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It is one of the most talked about stories of the season so far. And with good reason.

As we all know, the Philadelphia Eagles' defense is not quite clicking. Last season, Philadelphia ranked sixth in the NFL in yards allowed, but just 13th in points. The defense has surrendered more than 100 points just once this season, in the Week 4 win over the New York Giants.

There is no reason to believe the Eagles can't improve in 2017. However, there are some major question marks surrounding this unit.

The starters are playing on injured reserve, and three key starters – Vinny Curry, Brandon Graham and Brandon Boykin – will miss the season.

And yet, they continue to make plays that have the Eagles' defense clicking on all cylinders.

Injuries to key players have hindered the Eagles' defense, but the unit has remained strong in the win over the Cowboys on Sunday night. The Eagles held Dallas to just four points on 14 snaps, and they held Dallas to two turnovers and a fumble.

Below is a look at the Eagles' play in Dallas on Sunday night.

Vinny Curry: He played a total of 30 snaps, but he still gave the Eagles good coverage for most of the night. He finished with three tackles and a pass deflection.

Brandon Graham: He saw his snaps go down a bit after the team brought back Boykin.

A man who shot a dog who was trying to escape him in the Bronx has been sentenced to three years in prison, his lawyer said Wednesday.

Joseph "Joel" Zarrino, 32, of the Bronx, pleaded guilty in February to felony charges of cruelty to animals and harassment. He shot the dog, a Chihuahua, after it attacked his girlfriend's cat, prosecutors said.

Zarrino told cops that the dog bit his wife in the leg, and that he fired a bullet into the dog's mouth to make it go away.

He said he had grabbed the cat's collar when the cat started barking, but that the dog then attacked his wife, who had jumped out of a window.

The woman was taken to an area hospital, where she was treated for broken bones and lacerations. The dog was not injured.

Zarrino's defense attorney, Paul Tamburino, told the judge that his client had "zero remorse" for the shooting.