PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Donovan McNabb and the rest of the
Philadelphia Eagles won't allow themselves to savor a dominating
victory over St. Louis. There's no time to dwell on old news when
it's Cowboys week.
McNabb couldn't even make it through his post-game news
conference after Sunday's 38-3 win over the woeful Rams without
hearing questions about Dallas. The rivals meet next Monday night
in the final home opener at Texas Stadium.
The Cowboys dismantled the Cleveland Browns 28-10 to start a
season they expect to end with their sixth Super Bowl title. Tony
Romo threw for 320 yards, Terrell Owens had a touchdown catch and
the defense overwhelmed a strong Browns offense.
It'll be a measuring stick for the Eagles, who benefited from
playing a woeful opponent in Week 1.
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