Tony Romo didn't have much to say after the game, and really, what could he say? The Cowboys had the ball for only 18 plays in the first half. They had four first downs and 94 yards in the first 30 minutes. They trailed 24-0 at the half.
Romo had completed only 8 of 16 passes for 62 yards and an interception for a 33.9 rating before a 70-yard touchdown to Laurent Robinson with 12:44 left in the game. The Cowboys quarterback finished 18-of-35 for 203 yards with one touchdown, an interception and a 66.7 passer rating.
"We're going to watch this tape and figure out a way to get better," Romo said. "You're always disappointed when you lose, and obviously when you lose like we did today, we have to figure out a way to go watch the tape 50 times and we have to improve. We have to get better. We have to execute better."
The Cowboys’ big-play receivers, Dez Bryant and Miles Austin, weren’t even targeted in the first half. Bryant and Austin finished with a combined six catches and 55 yards.
"It's just tough to get the ball down the field," Romo said. "You know, there were times when we stalled a couple of times. We had more chances down the field as the game wore on for longer drives and stuff, and we didn't do that as well as we needed to."
Laurent Robinson was Romo's favorite target Sunday with five catches for 103 yards and a touchdown. Tight end Jason Witten, who entered the game with 91 catches for 1,053 yards and seven scores in 16 career games against the Eagles, had four receptions for 28 yards.
-- Charean Williams