There's no way of beating around the bush: Sunday night was nothing short of embarrassing for Philadelphia Eagles fans.
The Eagles had a chance to solidify their NFC East lead if they could beat the Cowboys for the second time this season. Instead, Philadelphia showed little to no heart, getting beat down to the tune of a 33-13 final score at AT&T Stadium.
Unfortunately, the lopsided outcome wasn't the only ugly thing that happened in Dallas. Cowboys and Eagles fans engaged in a massive brawl by one of the merchandise booths during the game, trading blows as they knocked over everything from framed jerseys to the merch tables themselves.
You can check out the fight on the X (formerly known as Twitter) post below.
It's unknown why the fight started, but it's safe to say that the Cowboys fan — much like his team — was in control for the majority of the scrap. The fan wearing the Michael Crabtree jersey was getting absolutely manhandled before the fight was (presumably) broken up at the end of the clip.
On Monday afternoon, TMZ did a follow-up report with the Arlington Police Department, who said that charges haven't been filed by either the fans or the merch vendors.
Violence is never the right choice, but it's understandable if Eagles fans felt frustrated by their team's Week 14 performance. After earning a 28-23 win over the Cowboys back in Week 9, Philadelphia looked like it wasn't ready to play Friday night, scoring just one touchdown while being held off the scoresheet entirely in the first and final quarters.
Following last night's loss, the Eagles have fallen out of the NFC East's top spot with four games remaining. But despite that defeat, Philadelphia is still FanDuel Sportsbook's -320 favorite to win the division while Dallas trails at +240.
In the meantime, the Eagles will be back in action when they visit the Seattle Seahawks for the Week 15 Monday Night Football showdown on Dec. 18.
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