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9-1, 1st in NFC East
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Eagles now FPI's Super Bowl favorite

After being leapfrogged by the Patriots last week, the Eagles are back in front, with a 27 percent chance to win Super Bowl LII, per FPI. Philly's odds to claim the NFC's top seed are up to 64.1 percent.


Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery says that "winning championships" is what's important to him and he's willing to sacrifice gaudy stats to accomplish the goal.

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Power Rankings: Eagles remain at No. 1

The Eagles have the best record, have scored the most points, thrown the most passing touchdowns, have the best red zone efficiency, forced the third-most turnovers, allowed the second-lowest third-down conversion percentage ... you get the point.

Eagles continue to take care of business (1:00)
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Eagles soar in second half

During the past 25 years, the Eagles are the only team to win by a margin of 28 points or more at Dallas like they did on Sunday -- and Philadelphia has actually done it three times during that span. Their other big road wins over the Cowboys came in 2001 (36-3) and 2004 (49-21). The Eagles also became the first team ever to outscore the Cowboys by at least 30 points in the second half of a game at Dallas. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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1dTim McManus

Grading the quarterback play for the Eagles

It's safe to say Carson Wentz has aced the first 10 weeks of the season by leading the league with 25 touchdowns and guiding the Eagles to a 9-1 record.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles K Jake Elliott is in concussion protocol. Coach Doug Pederson said no determination has been made as to whether Elliott, Caleb Sturgis (currently on reserve/injured list with a hip flexor) or an outside option will he called on for Sunday's game against Chicago.

Can the Vikings derail the Eagles' path to the Super Bowl? (2:12)
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2dKevin Seifert

NFL Playoff Picture: Where Eagles stand after Week 11

Sunday night's victory in Dallas gives the Eagles a commanding four-game lead in the NFC East. However, the Vikings and Saints are making sure home-field advantage is still a wide-open race.

Stephen A. says 'it's a wrap' for Cowboys (1:46)
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2dDavid Purdum

Eagles cement losing day for Vegas books

The Philadelphia Eagles easily beating the Dallas Cowboys 37-9 on Sunday night helped produce a losing weekend for Las Vegas sportsbooks.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Even though they already held the No. 1 spot in FPI's rankings, the Eagles improved their FPI rating more than anyone else this week after blowing out the Cowboys. The ratings for the Chargers, Ravens, Vikings and Patriots also were upgraded by more than a point following their respective performances yesterday. Remember, FPI isn't describing what has happened but is rating team strength going forward.

Eagles get it done on both sides of the ball (0:54)
Eagles have answered many of their questions (1:19)
Wentz says Eagles executed better in second half (0:39)
Eagles crush Prescott, Cowboys (1:01)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Carson Wentz said he was in concussion‬ protocol late in the first quarter.

Eagles force four Prescott turnovers (1:37)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

A 30-0 throttling in the second half turned a competitive game into an Eagles rout of the Cowboys. The division is now all but theirs. Sitting at 9-1, their attention to playoff positioning in the NFC.

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.015th
Rushing Yards144.62nd
Points For32.01st
Points Against18.87th