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Football Night in America

Season 8 Episode 19

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Dec 29, 2013 on NBC
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Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys
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The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 17 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night winner take all NFC East showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys from AT&T Stadium on Arlington, Texas.
The game report can be found here.

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      • Dan Patrick: I mentioned that Denver is the highest scoring team in NFL history for a season. Only one of the 10 highest scoring teams in the Super Bowl era have won the Super Bowl, 1999 Rams. Just something to file away.

      • Tony Dungy: Cincinnati, I believe, was rooting for San Diego. Bring them east in some cold weather. They've already beaten San Diego one time. I'm sure they would much rather play them than Pittsburgh.

      • Tony Dungy: This is going to be a great NFC playoff race and I really think the two best teams are those teams in the West, Seattle and San Francisco.
        Rodney Harrison: But, you can't forget about Carolina and what Cam Newton and that defense bring each and every week.

      • (on Kyle Orton)
        Cris Collinsworth: Well, I can only believe what my eyes saw, and I watched him at practice the other day and he threw the ball really well, maybe even a little bit better than really well; has a very classic over the top kind of throwing motion, and he's the guy that got paid big money to be the backup quarterback to the Dallas Cowboys. (Owner) Jerry Jones took a chance, allocated funds for the backup quarterback position for this very scenario. ... I think Kyle Orton's going to surprise some people.

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