Cooper caught 10 passes for a career-high 217 yards on the day, as his team finished with 576 total yards in another clutch victory. This was the Cowboys' first game since snapping the New Orleans Saints' 10-game winning streak on Thursday Night Football. Their entire offense was in-sync on this day, as Ezekiel Elliott ran for 113 yards and Prescott threw for 455 yards to overcome his two interceptions.
These two teams have gone to overtime in Dallas three of the past four seasons, all of which have been won by the Cowboys, and they are sitting comfortable with just three games left in the season. Carson Wentz threw for three touchdowns, two of which tied the game in the fourth quarter. Dallas Goedert and Darren Sproles each hauled in game-tying catches, but the Eagles fell to 6-7 on the season. Their struggles have come away from home, as they dropped to 2-4 on the road this year.
Prescott's big day was overshadowed by Cooper's performance, but he set career highs with 42 completions and 54 attempts, as well as his 455 yards passing. The Cowboys' 576 yards is their most in a game since they had 578 against the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973. They can clinch the NFC East with a win on the road against the Indianapolis Colts next week.
The Eagles were coming off a big Monday Night Football win over the Redskins this past week, but they might have to focus on the NFC Wild Card race. They will move on to a Sunday Night Football battle with the Los Angeles Rams next week.