The Philadelphia Eagles won't play in January if they don't perform well against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Everyone in Philly knows just how important the week 16 showdown is.
For Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, it's time to put or shut up in a meeting that will likely decide the NFC East crown. He needs to play with the same confidence he did last week against the Redskins.
Wentz has led the Eagles to comeback victories over the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins in the last two weeks despite most of his offensive weapons battling injuries.
Dallas is a new beast, though. He and the Eagles can't get away with sloppy play like they did at times against New York and Washington.
Come Sunday, the Eagles will look to bounce back from a rough showdown with Dallas in October. The Cowboys pummeled the Eagles 37-10 earlier this campaign, with Wentz being held to 191 passing yards.
Wentz has had his fair share of ups and downs this season. He'll have the chance to shut up all of his haters with a convincing performance against Dallas this weekend. Will he deliver?