Eagles looking for Christmas Eve win
PHILADELPHIA - December 21, 2011 Who can forget the last time the Eagles played the Cowboys? The Birds beat up the Boys by 27 points back in October. It was one of the highlights of the season. "I don't think it matters what the record is or how people have played in the past. When it comes to the Cowboys and Eagles, it's a totally different thing," said Brent Celeck. "I'm trying not to remember anything about it, because those things are not going to help us in the futer," said Jason Avant. The Eagles are not worried about it so much. Some of the players are saying they are not going to watch film from the October game, because so much has changed since then. "Both teams are playing a lot better," said Kurt Coleman, "And I think that is a compliment to the coaches, and as your season goes a long, your team is either going to get better or get worse." And the Eagles are certainly playing better, especially on defense. They have turned 7 turnovers into 38 points in their last two games. "Everybody could have just thrown in the towel or gave up, but you're really starting to see the type of character the players on the team have," said Cullen Jenkins. The Cowboys are playing better, especially quarterback Tony Romo, since having his worst performance of the season against the Eagles. Romo has thrown 18 touchdowns and just two interceptions.