Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott and tight end Jason Witten: Prescott struggled in the passing game, completing 19 of 39 for 287 yards, but threw two touchdowns and ran for another. His 5-yard touchdown to Witten in overtime was the game-winner. Witten finished with two catches for 16 yards and made his 204th consecutive start to surpass Ed Jones for the most in team history.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant: Bryant caught four passes for 113 yards and one touchdown. He caught a 53-yard pass in the first quarter. It was Bryant’s first game action since injuring his knee against Chicago on Sept. 25.
Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott: He provided a lot of balance for the Cowboys with 96 rushing yards amd 52 receiving yards. He also had a 63-yard gain wiped out by penalty.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee and defensive Tyrone Crawford: Lee led the team with 11 tackles and two tackles for loss. Crawford had six tackles, 1.5 sacks, two tackles for loss, three pressures and one fumble recovery.
Eagles running back Darren Sproles and receiver Jordan Matthews: They were a handful all night. Sproles had 86 yards rushing, 17 receiving and nine on returns. Matthews had 11 catches and one touchdown.