Philadelphia Eagles: 5 players that are key to a Week 14 victory over the Cowboys

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – NOVEMBER 11: The Philadelphia Eagles celebrate a touchdown by teammate tight end Zach Ertz #86 against the Dallas Cowboys during the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on November 11, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Dallas Cowboys won 27-20. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

The Philadelphia Eagles have their season on the line once again during Week 14. Which five players are key to keeping the team alive this week against Dallas?

Last year around this time, the Philadelphia Eagles were just about to take the NFC East crown. This time around, they are fighting for their playoff hopes to stay alive each and every week. This week, the Eagles will travel to Dallas to take on the Cowboys for the second time this season.

Since the Birds already took a devastating loss to the Cowboys at home a few weeks back, they need to make sure that they can come in and win on the road in a very critical matchup.

For the first time this season, the Eagles are on a two-game win streak. While the Cowboys have a longer, and much more impressive streak than Philly right now, that can only mean that the Eagles are due to issue an upset to those who apparently ‘choke’ in the winter time (Sorry, Doug).

All jokes aside though, this game should be a lot closer than expected. The Eagles last two opponents haven’t been the stiffest competition, but it put Philly back on the right track and boosted some of their confidence as they attempt to make a late-season run.

An excellent all-around effort would be appreciated, but there are a few Eagles on the team who must go above and beyond to snatch the NFC East crown from Dallas before they run away with it to the postseason. So with that – Which five Eagles are key to a victory against the Dallas Cowboys this week?

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