Full Interview: Jason Witten on Cowboys-Eagles

12/02/2012

Despite falling to a 5-6 record after tough loss on Thanksgiving, the Dallas Cowboys are still just two games off the pace in the NFC East.

With Washington and the New York Giants playing each other on Monday Night Football, the ‘Boys will pick up a game on one of those two teams if they can manage to beat the Eagles on Sunday Night Football.

Ahead of the game, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten spoke with our Scott Graham.

(Listen to Jason Witten’s interview with Scott Graham from 12/2/12)

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Dave Sims and James Lofton will have all the action from Cowboys Stadium tonight as Dallas hosts Philadelphia. Coverage begins at 7:30 PM Eastern with Scott Graham on NFL Sunday.

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