After each game, the Daily News' Paul Domowitch offers his grades on the Eagles' performance.

Click HERE to offer your own grades for the Eagles' 24-22 win to the Dallas Cowboys, which will be published in Tuesday's Daily News.

RUSHING OFFENSE

LeSean McCoy notched his seventh 100-yard rushing game of the season. He was instrumental on a fourth-quarter touchdown drive, picking up three first downs.

Grade: B

PASSING OFFENSE

Nick Foles was 17-for-26 for 263 yards, no interceptions, two more touchdowns and a 124.4 passer rating. But the offensive line had some protection breakdowns, including a costly one in the third quarter that resulted in a Foles fumble at the Philadelphia 20, which set up a Dan Bailey field goal.

Grade: B-minus

RUN DEFENSE

The Eagles entered the game with the third-best yards-allowed-per-carry average in the league (3.8) and did a good job on DeMarco Murray, holding him to 51 yards on 17 carries, well under his 5.4 average.

Grade: B-plus

PASS DEFENSE

The Eagles, who had notched 17 sacks in the previous five games, could not mount any pass-rush pressure on Kyle Orton. He wasn't sacked in 46 pass attempts. But the Eagles intercepted two passes, including Brandon Boykin's game-saver late in the game.

Grade: B

SPECIAL TEAMS

Alex Henery had a 47-yard field goal. The Eagles did a good job on dangerous return man Dwayne Harris. DeSean Jackson had a 23-yard punt return that kick-started a late-third-quarter drive.

Grade: B-plus

OVERALL

After scoring on their first two possessions, the Eagles' offense was inconsistent much of the rest of the night against the 32nd-ranked defense. Chip Kelly should have taken the three points late in the third quarter rather than gamble on a fourth-down quarterback sneak at the 1.

Grade: B

BY THE NUMBERS:

--Nick Foles won the NFL passing title. With his 17-for-26, 263-yard, 2-touchdown, zero-interception performance Sunday, he finished with a 119.2 passer rarting. Peyton Manning was second at 115.1.

--Foles finished with 27 touchdown passes and just two interceptions. His plus-25 touchdown-to-interception differential is the best in franchise history.

--Foles has thrown just seven interceptions in 582 career attempts. That's an interception every 83.1 attempts.

--For the 11th straight game, the Eagles didn't allow their opponent to score on their first possession.

--The Eagles scored on their first possession for the fifth time this season and the third time in the last five games.

--The Eagles had three more takeaways and had a plus-2 turnover differential against the Cowboys. In their 10 wins this season, the Eagles have a plus-18 turnover differential. In their six losses: minus-6. They are 9-1 this season when they have won the turnover battle, and 1-5 when they lost it or been even.

--LeSean McCoy has rushed for 519 yards in the last four games. He's averaged 6.3 yards per carry in those four games.