- Rivals supporting the Cowboys and Eagles were filmed fighting during the game
- As they traded punches, the two men nearly knocked over a memorabilia stand
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Rivals supporting the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles were caught on camera brawling during the two teams’ game in Texas on Sunday night.
The Cowboys pulled even with the Eagles in the NFC East with a 33-13 victory, their 15th consecutive home win.
But trouble spilled out in the stands at AT&T Stadium as two fans traded blows during the game in Arlington.
Footage shows the two men grappling with each other before they exchanged a few punches as they stumbled around.
They then came dangerously close to knocking over a huge charity memorabilia stand as one ended up on top of a table.
Rivals supporting the Cowboys and Eagles were filmed fighting during the game on Sunday
At one point the two men came extremely close to knocking over a memorabilia stand
After staggering back to his feet, the same man was then pushed into one of the walls holding up the items for sale.
Fortunately it managed to hold firm before they flipped the table over – much to the annoyance of the man organizing the stand.
The Cowboys fan managed to gain control of his rival and forced him down to the ground before getting on top of him and landing a few savage blows.
A large crowd had gathered to see what was going on and the Cowboys fan managed to land a huge punch before the footage cuts out.
On the pitch, Dak Prescott threw for two touchdowns and Brandon Aubrey made four field goals to start his career a record 30-for-30 as the Cowboys secured a huge win in their pursuit of the NFC’s No 1 seed.
The Cowboys pulled even with Jalen Hurts and the Eagles in the NFC East with a 33-13 victory
Dak Prescott threw for two touchdowns and Brandon Aubrey (pictured) made four field goals
The Cowboys (10-3) weren’t deterred by Jalen Carter’s 42-yard fumble return for a touchdown, winning their fifth consecutive game since a loss at Philadelphia that gave the Eagles a two-game division lead.
The Eagles (10-3) lost three fumbles and didn’t score an offensive touchdown as quarterback Jalen Hurts, who had the first fumble, lost consecutive games for the first time since October 2021.
While the Cowboys currently hold the tiebreaker, the Eagles would take the division title if they win their remaining four games.
Prescott had a career-best seventh consecutive game with at least two TD passes.
Aubrey connected from 60, 59, 45 and 50 yards, becoming the first to make two kicks of 59 yards or more in a game.
Prescott was 24 of 39 for 271 yards, and the Cowboys limited Hurts to 197 yards passing and 30 rushing.