Dallas improved to 11-4 with the victory and kept its chances of winning the NFC East alive. Meanwhile, Philadelphia suffers just its second loss of the season at 13-2 and has to wait to clinch home-field advantage until next week.
Offensive spotlight: CeeDee Lamb was simply unguardable against the Eagles. The third-year wide receiver caught 10 of his 11 targets for 120 yards and two touchdowns, with an absurd 151.7 passer rating when targeted.
CeeDee Lamb tucked in his chain and immediately scored a touchdown ????pic.twitter.com/NiCRGOECMl
— PFF (@PFF) December 25, 2022
Defensive spotlight: Linval Joseph dominated on the interior of the Eagles defensive line. He currently has an 89.8 grade on first review, which would be his highest in a game since 2018 when he was with the Minnesota Vikings. Joseph especially excelled as a run-defender, where he had three stops and two tackles for loss/no-gain.
Rookie spotlight: Cowboys left tackle Tyler Smith continues to impress, finishing with a 78.5 grade on first review against the Eagles. The first rounder from Tulsa only allowed one pressure on 40 pass-blocking snaps in the victory.
Offensive line spotlight: The Eagles offensive line continues to show why we consider it the best in the league. Philadelphia didn’t allow any sacks to Micah Parsons and company while only giving up six pressures on 30 pass-blocking snaps. Right tackle Lane Johnson and center Jason Kelce went the whole game without allowing a single pressure.
|Gardner Minshew||28.7||24 / 40||355||8.9||2||2|
|Dak Prescott||31.98||27 / 35||347||9.9||3||1|