The Typhoon has better high speed agility, than low speed agility. That's where it's optimized, which is why the Rafale tends to do better up close, and at lower speeds. The F-35 has lots of thrust to maintain energy, and superior nose pointing(remember, even the A model exceeds the Super Hornet's nose pointing).
This video showing BFM manouvering between an Danish Air Force F-16 and a Eurofigher support what your saying Wrightwing. The DK pilot commenting the video says that the F-16 fares good in dogfights against the EF especially at lower speeds.