The Philadelphia Eagles have extended their lead even farther with another Alex Henery field goal early in the fourth quarter. The Eagles now lead 20-0 and the Cowboys have little to no chance at catching up this point, especially without Tony Romo.
After forcing the Cowboys into another three-and-out, the Eagles took over at their own 41-yard line. After a couple runs from LeSean McCoy and Ronnie Brown and a pass to DeSean Jackson, the Eagles had the ball on Dallas' 33-yard line. On second down, Vick dropped back to pass but was sacked by Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware for a loss of five yards. Brown was able to get those yards back on a third-down carry which put the Eagles back on Dallas' 33-yard line on fourth down.
Henery, Philadelphia's rookie kicker, was able to make the 51-yard field goal, giving the Eagles a 20-0 lead early in the fourth quarter. That was his longest kick on the year. With 20 points to make up and without Tony Romo, the Cowboys are pretty much done for in Week 16.