2. Donovan Wilson
The entire Cowboys safety trio came up with big plays, but none were bigger than Donovan Wilson's forced fumble of Jalen Hurts in the first quarter.
The Cowboys had just marched 75 yards for a touchdown on the game's opening drive and the Eagles' offense was driving. It took Philly just seven plays to get into the red zone when Wilson punched the ball loose on a Hurts scramble.
You can never predict a drive's outcome, but it really felt like the Eagles were destined to finish that drive with a touchdown.
Regardless, the turnover turned out to be huge. There's no telling how this game turns out if Philadelphia ties the game there at 7-7. Instead, Dallas regained momentum and kicked a field goal on the ensuing possession to go up 10-0. The fumble injected confidence into the defense and it showed throughout the game.
Wilson has taken his fair share of criticism this season, but he made arguably the play of the game Sunday night and deserves all the praise.