Wentz and Eagles Fall to Dallas in Overtime
Throughout the entire game, Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz probably looked better than the Cowboys' rookie Dak Prescott. But Prescott came through late to get the win.
Following a two interception performance last week, Wentz avoided giving the ball away against the Dallas Cowboys.
Wentz was able to pick up the win despite the turnovers last week. However this week, despite being turnover free (though Wentz did fumble twice), the Eagles lost.
A fumble by Wendell Smallwood in the fourth quarter helped propel a comeback for the Cowboys who were able to force overtime with a late fourth quarter touchdown.
The Cowboys then had the first possession in overtime and they were able to score a touchdown not allowing Wentz to even see the field.
Wentz finished the day 32/43 for 202 yards and a touchdown. Prescott was 19/39 for 287 yards, two touchdowns and a pick.
The Cowboys won 29-23.
The Eagles fall to 4-3. Dallas improves to 6-1. The Eagles play another division rival, the Giants, next week.