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REGULAR SEASoN GAME #12ThURSDAy, NoVEMBER 27, 2014
DALLAS CoWBoyS VS PhILADELPhIA EAGLESAT&T STADIUM -- 3:30 P.M. (CST)
QUICK FACTS:QUICK FACTS:DALLAS CoWBoyS (8-3)
VSPhILADELPhIA EAGLES (8-3)
Series Record:Dallas leads the series 62-48
Last Meeting:Philadelphia 24, @ Dallas 22, Dec. 29, 2013
Last Meeting in Dallas:Philadelphia 24, Dallas 22, Dec. 29, 2013
Last Cowboys Win:Dallas 17, @ Philadelphia 3, oct. 20, 2013
Series Streak:Dallas won three of the last four, and split the series last season.
RADIOKRLD-FM - 105.3 The Fan
Play-by-Play: Brad Sham Analyst: Babe LaufenbergSideline Reporter: Kristi Scales
Tune into 105.3 The Fan for pregame and postgame coveragebefore and after every Dallas Cowboys game.
KMVK-FM 107.5 Mega (Spanish)Play-by-Play: Victor Villalba Analyst: Luis Perez
Sideline Reporter: Carlos NavaCompass Media Network (National)
Play-by-Play: Kevin Ray Analyst: Danny WhiteTELEVISION
FOX Sports - KDFW FOX 4 in Dallas/Ft. WorthPlay-by-Play: Joe Buck Analyst: Troy Aikman
Sideline Reporter: Erin AndrewsCowboys Special Edition with Jerry Jones
KTVT CBS11 in Dallas/Ft. Worth10:30 p.m. Saturday nightThe Jason Garrett Show
KTVT CBS11 in Dallas/Ft. WorthSaturdays at 11:00 p.m.
Dallas Cowboys Postgame ShowKTVT CBS11 in Dallas/Ft. Worth
11:00 p.m. following every Cowboys game
RADIO & TELEVISION
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Series Notables:* Dallas has faced no team more than Philadelphia (110 times)
and has defeated them more times (62) than all but one team(Washington - 64).
* Dallas and Philadelphia have met in one wild card playoffgame, two divisional playoff games and an NFCChampionship Game.
* This is the second time the Cowboys and Eagles have clashedon Thanksgiving Day after a 27-0 victory by Philadelphia onNov. 23, 1989.
* The Cowboys won 11 consecutive games over the Eagles from1967-1972, marking the second-longest win streak over oneopponent in club history.
* Dallas and Philadelphia have combined to win 25 of a possible44 NFC Eastern Division titles.
A Cowboys Win Would:* Improve the Cowboys record in 2014 to 9-3, the first time since
1981, and the fifth time overall.* Suprass Dallas eight total wins of the last three seasons (2011-
13) and the most wins since the 2009 squad boasted 11.* Improve the Cowboys 2014 NFC East record to 3-1.* Up Dallas all-time Thanksgiving Day record to 30-16-1.* Increase Dallas home record to 4-3 at AT&TStadium in 2014,
and 26-21 overall in the regular season.
COWBOYS & EAGLES
To download the Dallas Cowboys 2014 Media Guide in PDF form,current and previous game notes, stat packs and game information,go to www.dallascowboys.com. Under the TEAM tab there is alink for the media guide.
COWBOYS MEDIA CENTER
Monday, Nov. 244:00 p.m. Practice - first 30 minutes open5:20 p.m. Locker room open6:15 p.m. Coach Garrett press conference
Tuesday, Nov. 2510:35 a.m. Coach Garrett press conference 11:15 a.m. Practice - first 30 minutes open1:30 p.m. Locker room open
TBD Eagles conference calls
Wednesday, Nov. 2610:00 a.m. Coach Garrett press conference 10:15 a.m. Practice - first 30 minutes open11:30 a.m. Locker room open
Thursday, Nov. 273:30 p.m. (CST) Kickoff vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Friday, Nov. 282:00 p.m. Coach Garrett press conference
Saturday, Nov. 29No availability
THIS WEEKS SCHEDULE
JASON GARRETT (32-27, 4th Year, 37-30 overall)Jason Garrett was named the eighth head coach in Dallas
Cowboys history on January 5, 2011. Garrett became the first for-mer Dallas Cowboys player to become the teams head coach. Asa backup quarterback during his playing career in Dallas, he start-ed nine-of-23 games played and was a member of teams that wonsix division titles and three Super Bowl championships. Garrettwas elevated to the Cowboys top job after taking over as theteams interim head coach at the midway through 2010. he guid-ed the club to a 5-3 mark to finish the season after the team start-ed 1-7. During his time as the interim head coach, three of Dallaswins were against teams that posted a 10-win season, while thethree losses were decided by a combined total of seven points.he led Dallas to an 8-8 record, narrowly missing the playoffs andan NFCEast Division title in his first three full seasons as headcoach (2011, 2012 and 2013). Since the 2007 season, Garrett hasbeen the Cowboys offensive coordinator, and in 2008, he wasassigned the additional duties of being the clubs assistant headcoach. Under Garrett, the Dallas offense has reached high levelsof productivity in several categories, and the unit has finishedamong the NFLs top-10 in total offense five times: 2013 (10th),2012 (sixth), 2010 (10th), 2009 (2nd), and 2007 (2nd). From thestart of the 2007 season, the club has averaged 24.6 points-per-game and 366.4 total yards-per-outing. The team has set single-season records in a handful of categories, including cumulativenumbers for gross passing yards (29,107) and total points (2,756)that represent the best totals over a seven-year span in the histo-ry of the organization while the clubs 41,041 total net yards aresecond. Garrett returned to Dallas in 2007 as the offensive coor-dinator. he entered the coaching profession as the quarterbackscoach for two seasons (2005-06) for Nick Sabans first MiamiDolphins club.
CHIP KELLY (18-9, 2nd Year)Chip Kelly was named head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles on
January 16, 2013. In his first season in professional football, Kellyproduced a 10-6 record and an NFC East championship, becomingjust the second head coach in league history to win a division title inhis first season in the NFL. The Eagles set a plethora of teamrecords, including points (442), total net yards (6,676), touchdowns(53), passing yards (4,406) and fewest turnovers (19). The Eaglesalso set an NFL record with 99 plays of 20+ yards and became thefirst team since the 1991 Buffalo Bills to lead the league in rushingwhile ranking last in time of possession. his four-year tenure atoregon produced a 46-7 (.868) overall record. Kelly became the firstcoach in oregons history to guide the program to three undisputedconference championships from 2009-12. Additionally, the Ducksmade an appearance in a BCS Bowl game in each of Kellys fourseasons as head coach. In just Kellys second season, oregonearned a trip to the BCS National Championship game in 2010.Kellys leadership was recognized with a multitude of Coach of theyear awards from outlets such as Associated Press, Sporting News,The Walter Camp Football Foundation, and other postseason titlesincluding the Eddie Robinson Coach of the year, AFCA Coach of theyear, and Pac-10 Coach of the year. Prior to taking over as oregonshead coach, Kelly spent two seasons as the teams offensive coordi-nator. Before joining oregons program, Kelly served as Newhampshires offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from1999-2006. Kelly got his first taste of coaching in the college ranks onthe defensive side of the ball with Columbia in 1990. In 1993 he wasnamed the defensive coordinator at Johns hopkins. A product of theUniversity of New hampshire, Kelly earned a bachelors degree inphysical education. he played quarterback and defensive back forlegendary coach Bill Bowes at UNh from 1981-84.
For breaking news, press releases, historical information, statistics and rosters, visit the official website of the Dallas Cowboys, www.dallas-cowboys.com. Updated daily, www.dallascowboys.com has the most extensive information on upcoming games, including video of weeklypress conferences and audio of weekly conference calls. The Cowboys website is also a great place to find information on the players andcoaches, order tickets for upcoming games and order merchandise from the Cowboys Pro Shop.
THANKSGIVING TRADITIONThe Cowboys took a chance in 1966 as
one of the newer teams in the NFL andvolunteered to host a game onThanksgiving Day. In front of a recordcrowd of 80,259 at the Cotton Bowl inDallas, the Cowboys defeated theCleveland Browns 26-14. Since then, theCowboys have hosted a ThanksgivingDay game every year except for 1975 and1977 when the NFL allowed the St. Louis
Cardinals to host games. In 1978 the game returned to Dallas onan annual basis.
The Cowboys have a 29-16-1 record on Thanksgiving Day,including a six-game win streak from 1980-85. Dallas was victori-ous over the oakland Raiders last year 31-24 .
Thursday marks the second time the Cowboys and Eagleswill face each other on Thanksgiving Day, with Philadelphia win-ning the first time 27-0 in 1989.
REDKETTLEKICKOFFFor the past 17 years the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day
game halftime show has officially launched the Red Kettle ChristmasCampaign on a national stage, becoming an annual holiday tradition.Since the partnership began in 1997, the annual Red Kettle cam-paign has raised more than $1.75 billion, which has helped the Armyto serve 30 million people each year nationwide. Last year, the cam-paign raised a record $148.7 million. Previous halftime performersinclude Keith Urban, Daughtry, The Jonas Brothers, Kelly Clarkson,Carrie Underwood, Sheryl Crow, Destinys Child, Toby Keith, Le