Here is Domo's report card for the Eagles-Cowboys game. Click here to send in your own grades.
RUSHING OFFENSE: Either opposing defenses have figured out Chip Kelly's Zone-running scheme or his line isn't executing worth a damn or, more than likely, both. DeMarco Murray, the Eagles' $8 million-a-year running back, has rushed for 11 yards on 21 carries in the first two games.
PASSING OFFENSE: Two more interceptions and some uncharacteristic poor decisions by Sam Bradford. Receivers that can't get open and can't hang on to the ball when they do. Whatever it was they found in the second half of the Falcons game, they lost it yesterday.
RUN DEFENSE: Even without inside linebackers Kiko Alonso and Mychal Kendricks for much of the game, the defense did a good job of shutting down the Cowboys' run game, particularly when you consider they were on the field for 40 minutes. The Eagles held the Cowboys to 3.3 yards per carry.
PASS DEFENSE: The Eagles lost Kiko Alonso to a knee injury in the first half, but still did a decent job on tight end Jason Witten, holding him to 56 yards on seven catches. Malcolm Jenkins held slot receiver Cole Beasley to 14 yards on four catches. Byron Maxwell didn't struggle as badly as he did in Week 1, but still gave up a 42-yard touchdown pass to Terrance Williams late in the game.
SPECIAL TEAMS: The Eagles, who turned blocked punts into an art last season, got a taste of their own medicine early in the third quarter when the Cowboys blocked a punt and returned it for a touchdown. Kyle Parkey converted a 46-yard field goal attempt. Coverage units were solid, but the punt block was a killer.
OVERALL: Last week, Chip Kelly's offense started slow, but found its stride in the second half. Yesterday, it never found its stride. The quarterback and his receivers seldom seemed to be on the same page and the running game, well, the running game needs to be taken back to the shop for a major overhaul. And oh yeah, the Eagles probably are going to be without their top two inside linebackers for a while.