2010 NFC Wild Card Playoffs:Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia EaglesJanuary 06, 2010 by Marc Jerbs

On Saturday, the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles will meet again for the 3rd time this season. And this time, it's everything for the marbles as each team fight it out in the NFC Wild Card Playoffs.

The Eagles are a vulnerable team if QB Donovan McNabb can't find his target. In their last two losses against the Cowboys, WRs' DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin were tightly handcuffed by Dallas' defense. Plus, the Cowboy's defense has sacked eight time in two games and was constantly pressured by Dallas' defense. If they could solve their mistakes against the Cowboys, then the Eagles could have the upperhand and win the game. The Eagles need: ADJUSTMENTS.

The Cowboys were tossed out of the playoff picture last October. But winning their last remaining games in December catapulted to the top of the NFC East. QB Tony Romo is the main catalyst in the Cowboys' surprising surge. In their last six games, he completed 67.7% of his passes for 1,859 yards and 11 TDs while committing only 2 turnovers.

He had evolved in a quarterback who protects the ball more while maintaining his playmaking ability. He's now a true leader that among his fellow Cowboys could look up and follow. The Cowboys need: FOLLOW THEIR LEADER.

It's hard to imagine that the Eagles would lose three consecutive games this season against the Cowboys. But there's a strong possibility that this scenario may happen. The handicappers have installed the Cowboys as a 4-point favorite to beat the Eagles for the third time.

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