The Dallas Cowboys found themselves behind on the scoreboard early in their Sunday Night Football game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles' defense made sure the Cowboys weren't able to answer on their ensuing drive, giving the ball back to Michael Vick and the Eagles offense so that they could open up a 14-0 lead.
The second drive looked much like the first Eagles drive as Vick was able to do almost anything he wanted while leading Philadelphia downbo before LeSean McCoy punched it in from two yards out. McCoy has 78 yards on just seven rushes thus far.
The Eagles made quick work on offense, but it was the defense that set up that possession. The Eagles defense was able to sack Tony Romo twice on the Cowboys first offensive possession, the first of which looking like it probably hurt.
On the Cowboys next possession, following the McCoy touchdown, Nnamda Asomugha picked off a Romo pass to give the ball back to the Eagles with a 14-0 lead.