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CowBuzz: Social Media Goes Behind the Scenes For Cowboys vs. Giants

The win over the Giants today improved Dallas' 2014 record to 6-1, the first time since the 2007 team started 6-1, and the 10th time overall.
The victory today was Jason Garrett's 35th win as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys (35-28), allowing him to break a tie with Bill Parcells and Wade Phillips (both have 34 wins) for the fourth-most regular season wins by a head coach in team history.
After scoring seven points in the third quarter and 10 points in the fourth quarter, 2014 is the first time in team history the Dallas Cowboys scored in the third and fourth quarters of each of the first seven games of a season. In 1968, the club scored in the third and fourth quarters in each of the first six games of the season.
Gavin Escobar posted career-highs in receptions (three), receiving yards (65), long catch (26) and touchdowns (two) in today's game.
After rushing for 118 yards against San Francisco (9/7), 167 yards at Tennessee (9/14), 100 yards at St. Louis (9/21), 149 yards against New Orleans (9/28), 136 yards against Houston (10/5), and 115 yards at Seattle (10/12), Murray's 128 yards against the N.Y. Giants (10/19) allowed him to become the first rusher in NFL history to record a streak of seven consecutive games to open the season with 100 rushing yards.
Murray's 28 carries in today's contest marked the 18th time of his career that he's had 20-or-more carries, and with the win today, the club improved to 17-1 when Murray has 20-or-more carries.

With three touchdown passes today, Tony Romo improved his streak of consecutive games with a touchdown to 35 games – the longest streak in franchise history, the sixth-longest in NFL history and the second-longest active streak.
Amongst NFL all-time passing yards leaders, Romo threw for 279 yards to up his career passing yardage to 31,354 and move into 36th place over Steve McNair (31,304).

Jason Witten had 27 yards to move his career receiving yards to 10,065 to pass Shannon Sharpe (10,060) for the second-most receiving yards by an NFL tight end and the 40th all-time amongst NFL receivers .
Jason Witten is now 40th amongst all-time receivers and second amongst tight ends in

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