3. No roughing the passer on Dak Prescott headshot
Speaking of Dallas getting the ball back, on that final drive Prescott took a back-breaking sack on 1st and 10 from the Eagles 11-yard line. Terence Steele completely blew his assignment on Josh Sweat and Prescott was tackled for an 11-yard loss.
Out of timeouts, Prescott rushed a deep ball to Jalen Tolbert on the next play that sailed through the end zone. With five seconds left, Prescott hit CeeDee Lamb for a 23-yard gain, but the WR was tackled short of the end zone and even fumbled trying to fight through a swarm of Eagles defenders.
Lost amid the chaotic ending was a roughing the passer penalty on Eagles defensive lineman Jalen Carter, who leveled Prescott in the helmet on the aforementioned sack.
Despite a valiant effort from Prescott, Sweat wasn't letting the QB escape his grasp. And yet, Carter came flying in with a clear headshot. You can understand why Prescott immediately grabbed his helmet asking for a flag.
There's no clear definition of what qualifies as roughing the passer, but if this doesn't meet the qualifications, then what does? If the refs made the call, Dallas would've had a 1st and goal and four downs to score a touchdown to take the lead.