During a 30-point second-half onslaught, the Eagles learned how listless a crowd of 93,247 can become.
It didn’t matter that the rival Dallas Cowboys were desperate or had home-field advantage.
The Eagles fans could be heard by the end of a second half that silenced anyone in blue and gave the Eagles a 9-1 record.
“It just shows we’re resilient,” quarterback Carson Wentz said.
The game was already decided by that point, but the Eagles defense wanted to keep Dallas out of the end zone.
The Cowboys showed Switzer’s return on their enormous video screen during the fourth quarter as the play of the game, which shows what kind of game it was for Dallas.The Eagles went for two-point conversions in the second half because kicker Jake Elliott had exited the game with a concussion.