GAMEDAY RESOURCES: Trackers and Scoreboards
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GAMEDAY RESOURCES: Sounds of the game
Listen to the “Voice of the Dallas Cowboys” Brad Sham
on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan in Dallas.
or KMVK-FM 107.5 Mega
for the Spanish broadcast with Victor Villalba and Luis Perez
Don’t live in the Dallas area?
Click HERE for stations broadcasting from the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network and
Compass Media Network out-of-market national radio coverage
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GAMEDAY RESOURCES: Watch the game
To watch on network TV, tune to:
KDFW-TV/FOX 4 Dallas Ft. Worth
Out of market? Click HERE to (legally) watch online (NFL Sunday Ticket)
When: Sunday, September 20th, 2015
Kickoff: 3:25 p.m. (Dallas time)
Where: Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia
Watch on TV: FOX | DirecTV
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GAMEDAY RESOURCES: Dallas Cowboys pregame/postgame shows
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RIVALRY RUNDOWN: America’s Team and the Evil Eagles
Dallas Cowboys (1-0) at Philadelphia Eagles (0-1)
- Series Record: Dallas leads the series 63-49
- Last Meeting: Dallas 38, @ Philadelphia 27, Dec. 14, 2014
- Last Meeting in Philadelphia: Dallas 38, Philadelphia 27, Dec. 14, 2014
- Last Cowboys Win: Dallas 38, @ Philadelphia 27, Dec. 14, 2014
- Series Streak: Dallas has won four of the last six.
- Jason Garrett (43-32, 5th year) vs. Chip Kelly (20-14, 3rd year)
- Dallas has faced no team more than Philadelphia (112 times) and has defeated them more times (63) than all but one team (Washington – 65)
- Dallas and Philadelphia have met in one wild card playoff game, two Divisional Playoff Games and an NFC Championship Game
- The Cowboys won 11 consecutive games over the Eagles from 1967-1972, marking the second-longest win streak over one opponent in club history
- Dallas and Philadelphia have combined to win 25 of a possible 44 NFC Eastern Division titles
What’s at stake – A Dallas Cowboys win would:
- Improve the Cowboys record in 2015 to 2-0, the first time since 2008, and the 25th time overall
- Give Dallas its fourth straight win in Philadelphia – the longest streak since a four-game win streak in Philadelphia from 1975-78 and the second-longest all-time (five, from 1968-72)
- Improve the Cowboys 2015 NFC East record to 2-0, and their overall record in the NFC to 2-0
- Increase Dallas road record to 10 games – a streak that began during the 2013 season at Washington (12/22). The longest since a 10-game road win streak from 2006-07 that began at Arizona (11/12/06) through 2007 at Carolina (12/22/07)
- Up Dallas’ win streak to six games dating back to last season (at Chicago, 12/4/15) – the longest win streak since last season and tie the longest win streak of Jason Garrett’s career.
Philadelphia Eagles last game
Philadelphia opened the 2015 season with a 26-24 loss on the road to the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football. Atlanta jumped out to a 10-0 lead with scores in the first and second quarter – first with a Matt Bryant 41-yard field goal, followed by a Julio Jones four-yard touchdown reception from Matt Ryan. Philadelphia got on the board after that with a 29-yard Cody Parkey field goal to trim the lead to 10-3. However, the Falcons responded with 10 more points before the end of the first half via another Bryant field goal (39) and another Ryan-to-Jones touchdown connection (22 yards) to make the score 20-3 at halftime.
The Eagles responded in the third quarter with 14 points behind two DeMarco Murray scores – an eight-yard run and a five-yard touchdown reception from Sam Bradford – that cut the lead to 20-17.
Atlanta opened the fourth quarter with a 44-yard Bryant field goal to push the lead back up to 23-17, but Philadelphia took the lead for the first time at 24-23 after a one-yard touchdown run from Ryan Matthews.
The Falcons cashed in on one more offensive drive as a 47-yard field goal by Bryant late in the quarter proved to be the final score.