COWBOYS OFFENSIVE FACTS
The Dallas Cowboys are 5th in the NFL with 298 points.
The Dallas Cowboys offense has the 6th-best average starting field position in the league at 30.3.
The Dallas Cowboys offense keeps the ball 2:30 on average, which is 18th-longest in the NFL
The Dallas Cowboys have had a total of 128 drives on the season with 36.7% of them resulting in a score, ranking 10th-best in the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys offense has only surrendered 26 sacks on the season, ranking 9th in the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys are 31st in the NFL with 219 rushing attempts.
The Dallas Cowboys are 29th in the NFL with 877 rushing yards.
The Dallas Cowboys’ 6 rushing touchdowns ranks 27th in the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys’ 4.0 yards per carry ties for 18th in the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys average 79.7 rushing yards per game, the league’s 4th-worst.
DeMarco Murray’s 634 rushing yards ranks 13th in the NFL.
DeMarco Murray is tied with Oakland’s Rashad Jennings for 3rd-best yards per carry at 5.1.
This past Sunday, DeMarco Murray rushed 14 times for 86 yards, and caught 3 passes for 40 yards, a total of 126 yards from scrimmage. The Dallas Cowboys are now 10-0 when DeMarco Murray has 100 or more yards from scrimmage.
Dez Bryant is tied for 11th in the league with 61 receptions.
Dez Bryant is 16th in the league with 835 receiving yards.
Dez Bryant is 20th in the league with 75.9 yards per game.
Dez Bryant is tied for 7th in the league with 8 touchdown catches.
Dez Bryant is tied for most receiving fumbles in the NFL with 2. Oakland receivers Jacoby Ford and Rod Streater combine with 2 receiving fumbles, the only receiving fumbles on their team.
After 12 weeks of play, Terrance Williams’ 82-yard touchdown in Week 5 against Denver still ranks 5th-longest reception on the year.
Jason Witten is tied with Oakland receiver Demarius Moore for 42nd in the NFL with 569 receiving yards.