Cowboys Outlast Eagles In OT, Win 5th In A Row

Don't look now but your Dallas Cowboys have won FIVE IN A ROW, thanks to a thrilling overtime victory over the reigning Super Bowl Champs, their NFC East rivals, the hated Philadelphia Eagles, by a score of 29-23. The Cowboys improved their record to 8-5, and more importantly, gave themselves essentially a three-game lead (due to the head-to-head tiebreaker) over the 6-7 Eagles with three games remaining on the schedule. Jerry Jones' bold move a few weeks ago to give up a future first-round pick for WR Amari Cooper has turned the season around. Cooper caught 10 passes for 217 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winning play in overtime.

Here are some highlights from my unique perspective as In-Stadium Host for the Cowboys, including a selfie with Fox lead NFL sideline reporter Erin Andrews (and her kind re-tweet), as well as my postgame victory interview with kicker Brett Maher who set a new franchise record for the longest field goal in Cowboys' history at 62 yards.



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