The Eagles-Cowboys game ended in hilarious fashion.
An ugly Week 17 matchup between NFC rivals came to a fittingly hideous end.
Philadelphia’s hook-and-ladder attempt devolved into a fumble, recovered by the Cowboys. The Dallas defender promptly fumbled himself, with Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins scooping up the loose ball.
Hollins then pitched the ball back to quarterback Nate Sudfeld, who had set the whole thing off with a completion. He was tackled inside the five-yard line for a net loss of about 33 yards.
Check out the glorious video:
A fitting final play for the Eagles and Cowboys game. https://t.co/8hOmBhBKBO
— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) December 31, 2017
The Eagles will probably just laugh this one off. Philly finished the season with a 13-3 record and clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs.
However, with quarterback Carson Wentz out for the year, the Eagles might not be the favorite even if they are the top seed.