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Cowboys’ NFC East challenger might be without starting QB this weekend, reports say

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is sacked by Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory during the first half Sunday. Gregory had one of two sacks for the Cowboys. Tyrone Crawford forced a fumble on a sack in the final minute that eventually led to Brett Maher’s Cowboys’ record 62-yard field goal and a 6-0 lead.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is sacked by Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory during the first half Sunday. Gregory had one of two sacks for the Cowboys. Tyrone Crawford forced a fumble on a sack in the final minute that eventually led to Brett Maher’s Cowboys’ record 62-yard field goal and a 6-0 lead. AP Photo

The Cowboys beat the Eagles, 29-23 in overtime, on Sunday at AT&T Stadium.

The victory likely secured the NFC East division title for owner Jerry Jones’ team.

And while Philadelphia, along with the Washington Redskins technically still have a chance to steal away the division, the former might to have to accomplish that feat without the team’s best player.

At least in Week 15.

On Wednesday, reports indicated that the Eagles are concerened that quarterback Carson Wentz might not be able to play against the Rams in Los Angeles this coming Sunday due to ‘soreness’ and ‘tightness’ in his back.

If Wentz can’t play this weekend, then head coach Doug Pederson will turn to backup quarterback Nick Foles.



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