Cowboys feeling good: The Eagles' defense has been vulnerable to the run, and the Cowboys clearly found something in the run game last week when rookie DeMarco Murray took off for a team-record 253 yards on the ground. No one expects Murray to go off quite like that again, obviously, but his big game against the Rams showed the Cowboys' coaching staff what can happen if it commits to the run and sticks with it. That's a good strategy against an Eagles' defense that would rather force its opponents into passing situations so it can rush the quarterback with its talented defensive front.
Eagles feeling good: The Eagles are healthier now than they have been for the past month, with top defensive end Trent Cole and left tackle Jason Peters expected back for this game. We all know by now that Andy Reid is 12-0 as Eagles head coach in games immediately following the bye week. And the Eagles went into the bye feeling good about their victory over the Redskins. The Eagles know they're talented enough to beat anyone, and they come into tonight's game with a level of confidence that was waning during their four-game losing streak. If they can build off their last game, maintain their run/pass balance on offense and protect the ball, they'll be in position to win a key divisional game that vaults them right back into the race.