Stock Report: Who's up, down for Cowboys

It's our weekly look at who's up and who's down following the Dallas Cowboys' victory against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Stock Up

Roy Williams: Why not? Williams caught five of the eight passes thrown his way for 75 yards. It was the most passes he's caught since the Cowboys traded for him last year.

Marcus Spears: If you ever wondered where Spears has been this year, you're not looking hard enough. His tackle on Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb on a fourth-and-1 was one of many big plays for the Cowboys.

Mike Jenkins: The Cowboys' secondary shut down the quick-strike, big-play attack of the Eagles. Jenkins grabbed another interception, his team-leading third of the year, and he handle his business against DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin.

Stock Down

Martellus Bennett: It's hard to find some negative after a game like this but the second-year tight end had two drops on the only throws directed his way.

Curtis Johnson: He gets called up to the active roster for the first time in four weeks and is flagged for an illegal man downfield on a punt.

Terence Newman: The veteran cornerback earned a delay of game penalty for kicking the ball after an incompletion. He knows better than that.