Halftime adjustments: Cowboys 10, Eagles 7

PHILADELPHIA -- The Dallas Cowboys lead the Philadelphia Eagles 10-7 at halftime.

Here's what's transpired so far and what to look for in the second half:

1. Michael Vick has been knocked out of the game, and the Cowboys need to take advantage. Vick was pushed down by DeMarcus Ware and Ernie Sims in the first half, and Sims knocked him down on an incomplete pass. With Nick Foles now in the game, the Cowboys need to put pressure on the rookie. Ware hit Foles as he attempted a pass late in the first half and he drew a holding call on Demetress Bell. The Eagles' makeshift offensive line will have problems if the Cowboys continue to attack with blitzes. The secondary must press the receivers on the outside and create turnovers. Orlando Scandrick almost had a pick when he jumped the route on a pass by Foles.

2. Run the football. Felix Jones gained 47 yards on seven carries in the first half and had an 11-yard touchdown run where he eluded six tackles. It seems Jones has his burst back, and he's reading the holes well. Lance Dunbar is doing fine, but we need to see more of Jones in the second half. In a close game, the Cowboys can control the clock by running the football.

3. Go deep. The Eagles secondary has struggled this season, and Dez Bryant caught a 49-yard pass on a stop-and-go. Miles Austin might be hurting with a hamstring -- he left the game briefly because of a leg problem but returned -- so getting him on some deep routes might not be possible. But Bryant is healthy and he's beating one-on-one coverage in this game. The Cowboys have to make sure to get him in good spots on the field to take advantage. Kevin Ogletree is another receiver the Cowboys like to use on deep balls, especially on fade routes, so they need to try and do that in the second half.

Note: We were curious about Jason Garrett's decision to take a knee to end the first half with nine seconds left. The Cowboys used two timeouts to get the ball back for the offense, and after a short return by Dwayne Harris the Cowboys, one would think, could take one shot down the field with zero timeouts. Instead, Garrett didn't. So here we are, 10-7.