RUSHING OFFENSE: Brian Westbrook notched 60 of his 81 rushing yards in the fourth quarter, including a game-clinching 24-yard run with 2 minutes left. Donovan McNabb's 53-rushing yards were his most since last October.
PASSING OFFENSE: On a day when the Eagles defense intercepted Tony Romo three times, Donovan McNabb threw none. Eagles only converted 5 of 16 third-down tries, but McNabb's 29-yard third-and-9 completion to tight end Brent Celek late in the game was huge.
RUN DEFENSE: For reasons that aren't clear, the Cowboys only ran the ball 15 times. Eagles held RBs Julius Jones and Marion Barber to 2.6 yards per carry.
PASS DEFENSE:The Eagles, who had just 2 interceptions in their previous 8 games, picked off red-hot Tony Romo 3 times. Jim Johnson matched up Lito Sheppard on Terrell Owens, and Sheppard held him to 2 catches for 37 yards.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Eagles coverage units had one of their better games, holding PR Patrick Crayton to 6.7 yards per return. David Akers missed a first-quarter 47-yard field goal attempt. PRs Brian Westbrook and Reno Mahe averaged a collective 8.6 yards per return.
OVERALL: Jim Johnson made a gutsy move, matching up struggling CB Lito Sheppard on Terrell Owens. Sheppard responded to the challenge by holding Owens to 2 harmless receptions. Eagles were in Dallas territory on 9 of their 12 possessions, but scored just 10 points.