PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Carson Wentz out played Dak Prescott on Sunday night, if you ask Pro Football Focus.
Wentz completed 32 of his 43 passes (74.4-percent) for just 202 yards earning a 72.7 grade from PFF, more than double Prescott’s 33.9 grade. The Eagles’ receivers cost Wentz the most, as six of his incompletions were drops.READ MORE: Pennsylvania US Senate Race Between Republicans Mehmet Oz, Dave McCormick Too Close To Call
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Jordan Matthews caught 11 of his 14 targets, Dorial Green-Beckham caught just five of his nine targets, and Nelson Agholor dropped one of his four targets.
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Prescott threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns, he was just 19-39 (48.7-percent) with an interception. He also fumbled once, although the Cowboys recovered, and made three-to-four other bad throws that could have been turnovers. This was Prescott’s worst performance of the season, according to PFF.