Dak Prescott and Cowboys Stars Respond to Eagles Comments on Being 'Chokers'

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Hosting a conference foe doesn't help Dallas either, as the Cowboys are 19-33 against the spread at home under Garrett when facing an NFC opponent.

This game was already going to be a huge one for both teams, but now there's been some extra fuel added to the fire.

"This team is very confident and we support each other no matter what", he said.

Asked about that conversation, Grugier-Hill said: "I just apologized because obviously I put him in a hard spot. We're ready", Grugier-Hill said.

If the Eagles want to stay alive in the playoff race and contend for the division, they need this win over the Cowboys.

Former Cubs infielder Luis Valbuena killed in auto crash in Venezuela
Valbuena joined the Cubs in April of 2012 off waivers from the Blue Jays and would play the next three seasons for the Cubs. In 592 career games, he hit.254 with a.296 on-base percentage, a.379 slugging percentage, 39 homers and 218 RBIs.

The last time these two teams met, there was a brief altercation at the 50-yard line between opposing players. While three of Philadelphia's six wins over that span have been by double digits-37-9 last season, 33-10 in 2014 and 20-7 in 2011-the Cowboys' two wins in that span have been by fewer than 7 points.

Grugier-Hill, 24, is in his third season with the Eagles after starting the 2016 season as a sixth-round pick of the Patriots.

And he knows he's going to hear it from the almost 100,000 fans at AT&T Stadium Sunday afternoon, but he said he doesn't care.

"I'm not too anxious about", he said. If they lose, it's a bad look for Grugier-Hill. "We're focused on ourselves in this locker room about what we need to do to get better in each and every phase of this game to be ready for this week". "They know what type of game this is, and it just comes down to us versus them and vice versa and back and forth". "Our confidence level is high".

Safe to say you'll never hear any more trash talking from Grugier-Hill.

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