In a span of six minutes both the Eagles and Cowboys scored touchdowns, meaning that Philadelphia still has a seven-point lead as the teams go to the fourth quarter. The Eagles moved back in front 24-17 on a 15-yard pass from Nick Foles to Riley Cooper with 5:34 left in the third quarter,
That pass capped an 11 play, 80-yard drive that answered an earlier scoring drive from the Cowboys. Dallas was able to tie the game on a seven play, 80-yard drive to start the third quarter in under four minutes. Dez Bryant caught a short pass from Tony Romo and weaved his was 23 yards through the secondary for a touchdown.
Demarco Murray is nearing 100 yards rushing with 94 yards and a touchdown. Bryce Brown has already topped 100 yards on the ground for Philadelphia with 133 yards and two touchdowns.
Jason Witten also has five catches for 72 yards to lead Dallas.