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Micah Parsons has a message for the Eagles after loss

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The Dallas Cowboys were unable to get the job done last night against the rival Philadelphia Eagles, losing by a 28-23 final score at Lincoln Financial Field. The loss drops the Cowboys to 5-3, while the Eagles improved to 8-1. 

It didn't help matters for the Cowboys with their penalty trouble, which helped contribute to the setback. 

"When you play really good teams, the margin of penalties and errors is so slim," said Micah Parsons. "[Luke Schoonmaker's] knee hits before the goal line, crucial penalties on drives when we should've gotten off the field. It's a hard league to win in. You beat yourselves in certain things and then other factors don't help. It was a chance we could've won, either way you look at it, it was a 50/50 toss-up.

"In the end, we didn't, and now we've gotta get back to the drawing board and get ready for next week."

However, if you think Parsons and the Cowboys are going to forget about this loss, you'd be mistaken. The two teams will face one another again in Week 14 at AT&T Stadium. 

"When you have a clash like that, Eagles and Cowboys, there's nothing like it," he said. "We'll learn where we messed up and where we beat ourselves. We're gonna see them again. That's the joyful part. Unlike the 49ers [in the regular season], we're gonna see them again.

"We get our redemption in our home, where we've been pretty dominant, and that's gonna be exciting."

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