Ugly scene in Philadelphia, where at the end they had multiple riots and fights outside the stadium. Cowboys fans supposedly upset with the fact that the Eagle were trying to burn clock at the end of the game with a 40-10 lead late in the 4th. Coach Lazaroe, in the heat of the moment and sensing Dallas' anger at this, decided to switch it up and throw a deep ball which connected with Desean Jackson for a 47 yard strike. Not the most classy thing in the world to do, but after the game Coach Lazaroe had this to say, "You know sometimes the heat of the moment catches up to people. This was a game we had in the bad the entire day. There under 5 minutes we were just trying to run clock and get out of here with a big divisional win. But when their players start bumping and pushing after the play and question our play, we take offense to that here in Philadelphia. This city isn't known for hugs and kisses. You gotta have thick skin to live and play here. And if somebody questions that, we'll push right back. Do you feel bad for running that play at the end of the game? Sure. But we won't have our game management or skills questioned. You gotta have a backbone to play in the league." Philly would go on to win this one 47-17. Defense played a huge part, picking off Romo multiple times. So we'll give the game ball and MVP honors to the entire defense. GG CaptMoe ... Sorry it didn't go in your favor and we had disagreements at the end. Hopefully it won't affect our future matchups.