Cowboys interrupt Eagles’ touchdown celebration
The Dallas Cowboys interrupted a touchdown celebration by the Philadelphia Eagles during Sunday’s game.
Philly scored on a 2-yard touchdown pass from Carson Wentz to Alshon Jeffery in the third quarter to make it a 9-6 game in favor of Dallas. After the score, several Eagles players sat down in the end zone for what looked like would be a coordinated celebration.
Instead, several members of the Dallas defense — DeMarcus Lawrence, Antwaun Woods and Tyrone Crawford — got in and broke up the party. The Eagles never got a chance to complete their celebration.
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From a team that has a player known for end zone celebrations, this comes across as petty. At least it’s keeping the NFC East rivalry heated.