The Cowboys are at home Sunday to take on the Cleveland Browns, who are coming off a bye week at 2-7.
Dallas played well in Philly Sunday, enough so to get a win and get back in the race in the NFC East after the Giants laid an egg in Cincinnati.
“Hey, look, it gets back to football, but you lose another game and there’s going to be more talk,” tight end Jason Witten said. “We know what’s at stake, and I thought it was big of our team to go find a way to win, and hopefully we’ll build on that.”
Tony Romo threw for two touchdowns, Felix Jones totaled 93 yards with a TD and the Cowboys scored two fourth-quarter TDs on defense and another on special teams. The victory left Dallas one behind the NFC East-leading New York Giants in the loss column.
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