Twelve facts and figures about Sunday's Eagles-Cowboys game:

1. The Eagles and Cowboys have combined to win 23 of a possible 39 NFC Eastern Division titles.

2. When Eagles backup tight end Clay Harbor caught his first career touchdown on Tuesday against Minnesota, he became the 13th Eagle to score a touchdown this season.

3. The Eagles are 4-3 at the Linc vs. the Cowboys, outscoring Dallas, 183-126.

4. Michael Vick set career highs in passing yards (3,018), passing touchdowns (21) and rushing touchdowns (nine) this season.

5. Vick is the only player in NFL history with at least 3,000 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns, 500 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns in a season.

5. Third-string quarterback Stephen McGee is expected to be the Cowboys' starter, his first career start. Tony Romo was injured on Oct. 25 against the Giants and Jon Kitna was hurt last week vs. Arizona.

6. If McGee starts, he would be the 35th player to start at QB for the Cowboys. Dallas quarterbacks are 13-21 in their debuts.

7. McGee, in his second year, completed 11 of 17 passes for 111 yards and one touchdown in the loss at Arizona.

8. Eagles defensive end Trent Cole got his 10th sack of the season against the Vikings. He is the first Eagle with double-digit sacks in consecutive years since William Fuller in 1995-96.

9. The Eagles have averaged at least 4.0 yards per carry in all 15 games this season, which is the longest streak in NFL history to start a season.

10. If the Cowboys win, they would avoid being swept by the Eagles for the first time since 2006 and would give them a 3-3 division record.

11. The Cowboys are 174-125-4 (.581 winning percentage) against their current NFC East foes. They are 58-45-0 against the Eagles.

12. LeSean McCoy's 78 receptions lead all NFL running backs and are third-most by an Eagles running back, trailing Brian Westbrook's 90 in 2007 and Keith Byars' 81 in 1990.