The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles square off in a meaningless game in Philly Sunday to cap off the regular season.
The kickoff temperature was 19 degrees, making it one of the coldest kickoff temps in Cowboys history.
Hey, we have points on the board! Brice Butler hauled in a 20-yard pass from Dak Prescott to cap off a 99-yard touchdown drive!
The last play from scrimmage of the third quarter was a 30-yard completion from Dak Prescott to Brice Butler on third down, the longest play of the game for either side.
Each team punted twice in the third quarter.
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The Cowboys and Eagles recorded the first scoreless first half of an NFL game since 2011. It's also the first Cowboys-Eagles game to ever be scoreless at halftime.
Eagles starter Nick Foles is out after completing 4-of-11 passes for 39 yards and an interception. That means Nate Sudfeld gets the first NFL action of his career.
Both teams turned the ball over on downs on their opening possession.
The Eagles took their opening drive 38 yards to no-man's land in Cowboys territory, electing to go for 4th-and-7 rather than attempt a 56-yard field goal. A Nick Foles pass was incomplete and the Cowboys took over. Dallas followed suit with an almost identical decision on their drive.
It didn't get much more exciting after that in the first frame, other than a wide receiver reverse by Terrance Williams that netted 10 yards for Dallas. Chidobe Awuzie recorded his first NFL interception with just over four-and-a-half minutes to go in the first.