- The Dallas Cowboys now own a 16-4 record heading into the bye week with their win. The club has won six of its last seven games leading into the bye week - the lone loss coming last year at the Giants. * The win also gave the Cowboys their first win at Arrowhead Stadium in three total trips. * The Dallas offense racked up 498 total yards, the most since amassing 502 against St. Louis on Sept. 30, 2007. * The Cowboys are now 14-12 in overtime games. Sunday's win was the first touchdown in overtime since Rocket Ismail beat the Redskins in 1999 with a 41-35 victory. * Miles Austin had his first career start in place of Roy Williams (ribs). Austin finished with a career-high 10 catches for a club record 250 yards with two touchdowns. Austin eclipsed Bob Hayes' previous club record of 246 yards set on Nov. 13, 1966 at Washington. * David Buehler added his ninth touchback of the season to give him the sixth-most in a season for Dallas since 1991. * Patrick Crayton (2,509) passed Alvin Harper (2,486) for 18th in receiving yards on the club's all-time list with his 44 yards. * Mat McBriar had two punts downed inside the Chiefs 20-yard line to up his career total of punts downed inside the opponents' 20 to 107, passing Toby Gowin (106) for the third-most in a punter's career in franchise history. * Kevin Ogletree made his NFL debut as the club's kickoff returner. He took the opening kickoff of the game 32 yards on his first career play. * Jay Ratliff had his first career blocked field goal on a 53-yard Ryan Succop attempt. It was the second blocked field goal of the season for Dallas. * DeMarcus Ware had two sacks in the game to mark the 10th multiple sack game of his career. * Jason Witten played in his 100th career game. Compared to the NFL's top-five all-time tight end receptions leaders, Witten has racked up the second-most catches for the third-most yards through the first 100 career games. * Igor Olshansky recorded his first sack of the season and first with the Cowboys.
Oct 11, 2009 at 03:33 PM
This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an issue.