Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the Eagles will be a more consistent team now that Kevin Kolb has replaced Donovan McNabb as the starting quarterback.
Jones said during an interview Tuesday night with the Philadelphia Daily News that the Eagles are better off with Kolb, and that they won't be as much of a Jekyll-Hyde team as they were with McNabb.
Last year, the Cowboys swept the three games with the Eagles, including a 34-14 wild-card playoff win. McNabb completed 53.3 of his passes in those losses and had two touchdowns and three interceptions.
In the Eagles' previous three wins over the Cowboys with McNabb at quarterback, he had five touchdowns and no interceptions.
"McNabb helped create those big swings in our games over the last 10 years," Jones said. "When he played well, it was like throwing the knockout punch. When he didn’t, you were able to throw the knockout punch.
"I don’t see that now (with Kolb)," Jones continued. "I think Kolb and the way they’re going about it now, you won’t have those big swings one way or the other. I think every game with them is going to be a battle. Because of Kolb and because the makeup of the rest of their team is solid. And their coach, There is not a better coach in the NFL than Andy (Reid)."