Eagles have seemingly put poor start behind them

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“We all know what happens.”

A maligned defense didn’t allow a touchdown until Tony Romo threw a deep pass to Laurent Robinson after the game was way out of reach. That’s the second straight game in which the Eagles allowed just one touchdown.

Juan Castillo took a lot of criticism early on in his first season as coordinator after coaching the offensive line for several years. He made some adjustments, and has seemingly found the right way to use the new guys.

“We made tremendous strides to where we wanted to be and this week it just showed how hard we worked during the bye week as well as this week to get prepared,” linebacker Brian Rolle said. “I feel like we’ll continue to get better and better and we’ll be a force to be reckoned with.”

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