The Seahawks game on Thursday might be the most significant one the Cowboys have left in the season.

The game on Thursday against Seattle might be the most important one left in the regular season in terms of playoff implications.

No matter how hard we try, the Philadelphia Eagles are unbeatable. 

 Given how tenacious Philly has been, it is disheartening and infuriating to think that the Cowboys could win 24–25 games over

Though the Eagles used to, obviously, nobody shows up to hoist NFC East Champion banners

but that isn't the main reason. You can get a home playoff game if you win your division.

Recall that the Cowboys are on a 13-game winning streak at home. If you perform very well, you can secure a first-round bye in the postseason.

However, the Cowboys appear set to reach the postseason as the top wild card at best, given the current status of the playoff picture

the relevant teams' remaining schedules, and the way things are anticipated to go between now and the end of the regular season.

If this turns out to be the case, Thursday night's game will be the biggest one left in the regular season.

However, as we already noted, the Eagles are winning, and as a result, a possible loss at AT&T Stadium won't ruin their season.

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