What a horrible morning to go to work with a Cowboys fan, they're riding all high and mighty off a win that they didn't even deserve, and anything you say to try to prove to them that Cowboys aren't that good is refuted by "we're 6-1." This is the worst 6-1 team I've ever seen by the way, they beat the Bears, Redskins, 49ers, Bengals, Packers, and now the Eagles, that means the Cowboys have beaten teams with a combined record of 17-25-2, not impressive whatsoever. Over the course of the next 2 months they'll play 6 teams with a .500 record or higher, so that could be a lot of potential losses coming towards the Cowboys after their ridiculously hot start, I know I'm coming off as a hater, but I'm just being real, the Cowboys did not look impressive last night, as a matter of fact they should've lost, and we wouldn't even be having this discussion because everyone would be shitting on them this morning. Instead, we're going to hear how Dak is a superstar in the making despite playing horrible for 95% of the game last night, and how this Cowboys team is Super Bowl bound despite being exposed on both sides of the ball. Philadelphia on the other hand, I have no clue what to think, their offense is certainly coming back down to earth fast due to the lack of playmakers, and the growing pains of Carson Wentz. Defensively they have nothing to worry about, the secondary got exposed on some big plays, but all in all that defense is solid enough to win football games in the NFL. I believe Philly is starting to show the team they were supposed to be at the beginning of the year, hopefully this down hill trend continues next week against the Giants because that's certainly a huge game, with huge playoff implications. Eagles had a 10 point lead in the fourth quarter and blew it, turnovers will do that to you. They had a chance to basically seal the deal, but on a special teams punt return the Eagles fumbled allowing the Cowboys to get a quick field score to bring them withing a touchdown of tying the game. The Eagles then put together 10 play, 39 yard drive that lasted 5 minutes, but it would lead to a punt, and the Cowboys would drive down the field in 11 plays to score a touchdown. Dez Bryant made a big time catch on that touchdown, Dak threw a ball that not many receivers would've caught, and a lot of the times probably would've been picked off, but Dez bailed him out. The game would go into overtime where the Cowboys drove down the field no problem, scored a touchdown, and won the game. Now everyone is calling Dak a hero because he threw 19/39 for 287 yards and 2 touchdowns. What people won't remember is how he looked like a fish out of water for 95% of the game, he had a 48% completion percentage, a total QBR of 69, and a passer rating of 71 so Dak was no hero, he just was able to cover his ass at the end of the game mostly in part to the Eagles choking big time. It's the kids 6th straight win though so no ones going to pay any attention to the bad because they have victory googles on, the last rookie quarterback to win 6 straight games, Robert Griffin III. Remember when everyone thought he was the next NFL superstar, certain circumstances allow players to flourish, but let's not crown Dak a great NFL quarterback after 7 starts that's just disrespectful to a position that has chewed up and spit out some of the highest of potential prospects. If Dak can continue to grow as a QB, then we can have the discussion at the end of the year how good of a QB he is, but we're not going to make ridiculous claims when he hasn't even played half a season yet. That also goes for everyone declaring that the Cowboys won the NFC East, we haven't even played half a season, so much can happen, and if you realistically think a team besides the Patriots can lock up a division after just 7 games of the NFL season you clearly have not been watching this league for very long.