2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
8-1, 1st in NFC East
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7hTim McManus

Eagles' Jeffery optimistic despite ankle injury

Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery, who is coming off a bye week after arguably his best game of the year, still has a lingering ankle injury but expects to play vs. the Cowboys.

Stephen A. can't decide if Dak is better than Wentz (1:51)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles coach Doug Pederson says that Alshon Jeffery's ankle injury has been lingering for a while. Is "optimistic" he'll play against the Cowboys Sunday night. Will be listed as questionable.

Stephen A. counting on Eagles to crush Cowboys' playoff hopes (1:58)
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9hNFL Vegas Experts

How to bet Philadelphia at Dallas

Where does the betting value lie in the Philadelphia-Dallas matchup? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and over/under advice on the Sunday night game.

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10hRivers McCown, Football Outsiders

Rasul Douglas among top 25 NFL 'prospects'

Yes, Douglas' numbers are supported by the fact that Philadelphia's front seven has been excellent. But even still, it has been an admirable performance.

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11hSteve Wulf

How the NFL's first foray into Mexico went south, and back north

Playing in Mexico is old hat for the NFL today, but the league's first attempt to do so in 1968 didn't go as planned. It's a tale of violent protests, a nimble ticket salesman, a QB's broken leg and an old-school football brawl.

Ajayi says playing in Dallas is special (1:20)
Injury-plagued Cowboys looking to make a statement (1:01)
Young: Wentz has advantage vs. Dak (0:48)
ESPN Stats & Info

FPI: Near coin flip in Big D

The Eagles are red hot, and the Cowboys are reeling a bit, but FPI sees a tight battle: Only one Week 11 game is more evenly matched. The Cowboys haven't been FPI underdogs at home since Week 5 of last season, when they ran all over the Bengals.

Wentz, Fournette highlight top players under 25 (2:22)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles receiver Alshon Jeffery appeared on the injury report Thursday with an ankle. He was listed as a limited participant. He was not on Wednesday's report. CB Ronald Darby (ankle) and TE Zach Ertz (hamstring), meanwhile, were full-go.

QBs shine in Eagles, Cowboys rivalry (0:51)
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1dMike Sando

Evaluators weigh in on Eagles-Cowboys

No Ezekiel Elliott, no Sean Lee and no Tyron Smith equals an uphill battle for the Cowboys against an Eagles team well-rested after a bye week.

Predicting NFL Week 11 (0:47)
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1dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Busting myths of Dak vs. Wentz debate

Prescott is a game manager. Carson improved only because the Eagles upgraded his receivers. The narratives that pit the 24-year-old NFC East quarterbacks against each other don't hold up on closer inspection. So ... who's better?

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2dMike Sando

NFL's top 25 players under 25

Four quarterbacks, five defensive backs, five running backs, five receivers, four front-seven players and two offensive linemen comprise our annual ranking of top young talent, led by second-year Eagles QB Carson Wentz.

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2dTim McManus

Who calls the plays for the Eagles?

Doug Pederson blends West Coast principles with spread concepts from the college level which gives the Eagles one of the league's most potent offenses.

Team Stats

Passing Yards240.214th
Rushing Yards136.84th
Points For31.42nd
Points Against19.9Tied-10th