Fans slammed the Dallas Cowboys for having running back Tony Pollard run hard throughout their drive only for Ezekiel Elliott score a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday. 

“I fucking hate the Cowboys man, Pollard gets you to the 1 and you take him out. Bullshit,” a Twitter user said.

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“Pollard making all the plays then bringing in Zeke from the 1 is total bs on the #Cowboys coaching staff,” another one added. 

“As a Tony Pollard fantasy owner, I’m sick because of what the Cowboys just did to him,” a third one tweeted. 

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“I hate when they let Tony Pollard do all the heavy work, drive the ball and get it to the goal line then give the ball to Zeke like he did something,” said another. 

“Pain is watching Tony Pollard working hard for your fantasy team to get the ball all the way down to the 1-yard line just for Zeke Elliott to swoop in and scoop up the points for your opponent,” a disgruntled fantasy football fan said.

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Since 1961, the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles  League have competed against each other within the same division, igniting a 62-year intra-divisional rivalry.

The rivalry, which is distinguished by fiercely contested games typical of the NFC East, has twice been named the best in the NFL, in 1992 and 2014. The Eagles had the advantage in the 1960s and 2000s before the Cowboys once again asserted their dominance, despite the fact that the Cowboys currently lead the overall series.

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On NBC Sunday Night Football, there have been a total of 16 meetings between the teams, and they are knotted 8-8. The Cowboys have a 3-1 advantage in their four playoff meetings.