So says ESPN:
COWBOYS AT EAGLES Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox
Matchup quality: 67 out of 100
FPI win projection: Eagles, 75 percent
FPI playoff leverage: Eagles, 0 percent; Cowboys, 0 percent
If you had other Christmas night plans and just checked the score of the Raiders-Eagles game, don’t be fooled: The Eagles’ offense was a problem.
Philly had an offensive efficiency rating of 8 (out of 100) in that game, by far its worst efficiency rating score of the year. Efficiency is essentially expected points per play that down-weights garbage time and adjusts for season averages. And the Eagles haven’t had an offensive efficiency rating that bad since they played the Vikings in Week 7 of 2016.
In other words: Those alarm bells going off over whether Nick Foles can finish what Carson Wentz started are justified: