LeSean McCoy stars as Eagles make statement with huge win at Dallas

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NFL fans enjoyed a feast of Thanksgiving Day football last night, with the Philadelphia Eagles huge 33-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys the game of the night.

LeSean McCoy was the star of the contest for the Eagles, as the premier running back had his best game of the season with 25 carries for 159 rushing yards and one touchdown.

After the game, LeSean McCoy spoke about how he wanted to prove his worth on a national stage again after a terrible season so far. McCoy specifically wanted to outrush DeMarco Murray in the primetime Thanksgiving Day game, and with 156 yards and one touchdown, Shady did just that. 

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"Obviously, I wanted to out-rush him," McCoy explained, reported. "It's a pride thing. Overall, I wanted to win the game. And if it happened the other way around where he had more yards than me and we won the game, that's cool too."

NBA update

Across to the NBA, and the Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says the NBA needs to move some quality teams from the Western Conference to the East, thus creating a more balanced NBA.

Sticking with basketball, and two of the NBA's form teams will meet tonight as the Memphis Grizzlies travel to Portland for a huge game against the Trail Blazers.

NHL update

And finally in the NHL, Nashville Predators edged out Edmonton Oilers 1-0 on Thursday night.

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