Cowboys’ Four Biggest Plays vs Eagles
At Dallas News, I took a look at the four biggest plays for the Cowboys on Sunday night. . .
Not every play is created equally. In any game, there are a handful of plays that dictate the outcome of the contest. The Cowboys were on the right side of a few game-changing plays in their first matchup with the Eagles. Using a win probability graph, I showed how those plays changed the Cowboys’ fortunes in Week 10.
Well, the Cowboys were again able to secure the big plays they needed to take down the Eagles on Sunday night—something they’ve been unable to accomplish in most of their other contests. Let’s take a look at four plays that shaped the landscape of the Cowboys’ five-point Week 13 victory. . .
1: 23-Yard Touchdown to Dez Bryant
On a crucial 3rd and 2 at the Eagles’ 23-yard line, Tony Romo bought time to find Bryant across the field, allowing the receiver to dodge defenders on his way to a score. The play tied the game at 17 and increased the Cowboys’ chances of winning from 35 percent to 49 percent.
Read the entire analysis at DMN.
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