The starting time of the Eagles-Cowboys game this Sunday has been moved to 8:30 p.m., meaning that the showdown for the NFC East championship will be played in prime time for a national television audience.
The Cowboys' 24-23 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday ensured that this Sunday's game would determine the division crown.
The Cowboys will play for the division title in Week 17 for the third straight season.
It will be the Eagles' second consecutive Sunday Night Football game on NBC, and their fourth prime-time game this season.
The Eagles have a chance to win their first division title since 2010. If they win, they will have the No. 3 seed and will host a playoff game the first weekend of January.
Wolff returns, exits
Earl Wolff walked gingerly off the field in the second quarter against the Bears and appeared to be examined for a right knee injury. Wolff had missed the last four games because of an injury to the same knee.
Patrick Chung continued starting at safety for the Eagles even though Wolff had returned to the lineup. Chung had struggled in recent weeks and split snaps with Kurt Coleman in a Dec. 15 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
Wolff entered the game in the third series but then stayed on the sideline because of the injury. He did not go to the locker room, which was a positive sign.
Linebacker Trent Cole moved past Clyde Simmons to take sole possession of second place on the team's all-time sack list when he dragged Jay Cutler to the ground in the first quarter. Cole entered the game with 76 sacks and finished with three more, pushing his career total to 79.
Cole trails only Reggie White, who had 124 sacks with the Eagles.
Punter Donnie Jones set a franchise record for punts inside the 20-yard line when he kicked his 32d of the season in the third quarter. Jones broke Jeff Feagles' record, set in 1993.
Kurt Coleman (hamstring) and Colt Anderson (knee) both missed their first games of the season because of injuries. Safety Keelan Johnson, who was promoted from the practice squad on Tuesday, was active in his Eagles debut.
There were no other surprises among the Eagles' inactive players. Quarterback Matt Barkley continued to sit, as did cornerback Curtis Marsh, running back Matthew Tucker, and tackles Matt Tobin and Dennis Kelly.