For all the talk about Dak Prescott’s 8-4 record against the Eagles, CeeDee Lamb could soon become public enemy No. 1 in Philadelphia.
The Eagles secondary has struggled this season. In 2022, they led the league by allowing only 179.8 passing yards per game. This year, they’re allowing 260.3 yards per game, the fourth-highest number in the league. Opposing wide receivers fill the stat sheet on a weekly basis, and none more so Lamb.
Back in Week 9, Lamb had 11 catches for a career-high 191 yards against the Eagles. To put that in perspective, six different players caught a pass for Philadelphia that day, but collectively, they outgained Lamb by 16 yards. Dallas somehow lost the game 28-23, but Lamb certainly put the Eagles on notice.
Lamb’s performance that day was no fluke. A week earlier, he also set a career-high with 158 yards against the Rams. But if Philly fans have any doubt, they should check out last year’s box scores.