Cowboys 29, Eagles 23 in overtime - as it happened
Amari Cooper scored the game-winning touchdown; it was his third touchdown catch of the day.
The Eagles lost to the Cowboys, 29-23 in overtime, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sunday. Amari Cooper scored the game-winning touchdown; it was his third touchdown catch of the day.
Here’s a look back at how the game unfolded in our live chat:
1:55 OT - Cowboys 29, Eagles 23: From the Eagles' 15 yard-line, Dak Prescott threw a pass that bounced off Rasul Douglas' left hand and into the hands of Amari Cooper, who took the catch in for the game-winning touchdown.
4:01 OT: Dallas converted on 4th-and-1 with a run by Ezekiel Elliott.
0:16 4th: A big sack by Fletcher Cox sent the game to overtime.
1:39 4th - Eagles 23, Cowboys 23: On second and goal from the 6, Carson Wentz threw to Darren Sproles and he forced his way into the end zone for a touchdown.
2:40 4th: A potential game-tying 75-yard pass-and-run touchdown play from Carson Wentz to Dallas Goedert was negated for pass interference on Goedert.
3:01 4th - Cowboys 23, Eagles 16: On Dallas' first play from scrimmage after the Eagles scored, Dak Prescott fired a pass down the right side to Amari Cooper and he raced away for a 75-yard touchdown.
3:12 4th - Eagles 16, Cowboys 16: Carson Wentz threw a three-yard touchdown pass over the middle to Dallas Goedert. Jake Elliott’s extra point was just barely good.
7:46 4th - Cowboys 16, Eagles 9: Dak Prescott threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper.
12:11 4th - Cowboys 9, Eagles 9: The Eagles got to Dallas' 8-yard line but couldn’t punch it in, so had to settle for a 26-yard Jake Elliott field goal.
2:14 3rd: Michael Bennett stripped the ball from Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, Brandon Graham recovered the ball, and this time the referees got the call right.
6:04 3rd - Cowboys 9, Eagles 6: The Birds finally got on the scoreboard as Carson Wentz threw a two-yard touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery, but Jake Elliott missed the extra point wide right.
9:01 3rd - Cowboys 9, Eagles 0: Brett Maher extended Dallas' lead with a 21-yard field goal.
0:00 2nd - Cowboys 6, Eagles 0: Brett Maher kicked a 62-yard field goal as time expired in the first half.
0:59 2nd: Carson Wentz blew the Eagles' chance at scoring late in the half by fumbling the ball away.
1:53 2nd: Cowboys kicker Brett Maher missed a 45-yard field goal attempt.
10:26 2nd: Rasul Douglas made a spectacular leaping grab of a Dak Prescott pass at the one-yard line. But the Eagles were unable to capitalize, going three-and-out on the ensuing drive.
13:25 2nd: Sidney Jones (hamstring) and Corey Clement (knee) are questionable to return for the Eagles.
2:25 1st - Cowboys 3, Eagles 0: The Eagles stopped Dallas on 4th and goal, then Brett Maher kicked a 28-yard field goal.
14:54 1st: The Eagles appeared to force a fumble as the Cowboys returned the opening kickoff, but for some reason the referees ruled - even after Doug Pederson challenged the call - that there was not a clean recovery of the ball, so Dallas kept it. Fortunately, the Birds went on to force a three-and-out on the drive.
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