Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants Recap
October 19, 2014
The Giants led by Eli Manning took on the Cowboys led by Tony Romo. This was a close battle throughout the whole game. The Cowboys only ended up running a total of 60 plays. The Giants ended up running a total of 59 plays. Total yardage was even close. The Giants had 352 total yards. While the Cowboys had 423 total yards. Cowboys ended up 267 total passing yards. While the Giants were able to gain 248 yards through the air. The biggest difference on offense was the running game. The Giants were able to gain 104 yards on the ground. While the Cowboys were able to gain 156 yards on the ground.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys Recap
October 12, 2014
The Dallas Cowboys went up to CenturyLink Field in Seattle and defeated the Seahawks in a thrilling NFL week 6 match-up. Trailing 3-0 in the first quarter, Cowboys punter Chris Jones' punt was blocked and returned 25 yards for a touchdown by Mike Morgan to give the Seahawks a 10-0 lead. Right before the half, Tony Romo found tight end Jason Witten for a 3 yard touchdown to give Dallas a 17-10 halftime lead. With Seattle leading 23-20 in the fourth quarter, running back Demarco Murray scored from 15 yards out to give Dallas the lead as the Cowboys held on for a tough road win. Tony Romo finished the game with 250 yards passing and 2 touchdown passes. Demarco Murray had his sixth consecutive 100+ yard rushing game as he finished with 115 yards and a touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans Recap
October 5, 2014
The 3-1 Texans travelled to Dallas to face the 3-1 Cowboys this past weekend. Through the first half, it was an extremely low scoring affair, and at halftime, it was 3-0 Cowboys. Both offenses got going in the third quarter, scoring 1 touchdown each. Dallas out gained the Texans 456-330 in total yards throughout the game. With respect to quarterbacks, Tony Romo had a good game, going 28-41 with 324 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. On the other side, Houston's Ryan Fitzpatrick was 16-25 with 154 yards and an interception. Arian Foster and Demarco Murray both had over 100 yards rushing for their respective squads as well.