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Stat Check: Five quick facts to know about Dallas’ win over Carolina

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Stat Check: Five quick facts to know about Dallas’ win over Carolina

Matchup Series

The Dallas Cowboys recorded their 10th win all-time over the Carolina Panthers today. The last time Dallas won against Carolina was a 19-14 win on October 21, 2012. The Cowboys now leads the series 10-3.

Ezekiel Elliott

Ezekiel Elliott scored his 50th career rushing touchdown on his first-quarter score, which is the third-most since he arrived in the NFL in 2016. Elliott also surpassed 100-yards rushing for the 29th time of his career and the first time this season.

Randy Gregory

Randy Gregory recorded two sacks on Sam Darnold in today’s game – marking his third career multi-sack game. His last multi-sack game came with 1.5 QB takedowns against the Philadelphia Eagles on December 27, 2020 of last season.

Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott threw for four touchdowns in the Cowboys win. On his third touchdown of the game he passed Danny White for sole possession of second place in team history for most games with three-or-more touchdowns. Prescott’s four touchdowns was his fifth career game with at least four touchdowns and is fourth in franchise history.

Trevon Diggs

Trevon Diggs recorded two interceptions against the Carolina Panthers. Diggs became the first player in Cowboys history to record an interception in each of the first four games since the NFL merger. He’s the 16th player since the merger to have an interception in each of the four contests. It was Diggs second career multi-interception game. The other time he had two interceptions in a game was at Philadelphia on November 1, 2020. He also became the second player in team history to record five interceptions through the first four games – Chuck Howley (5, 1968). He is the 17th player in NFL history since the merger to intercept five passes through four games.

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