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Sunday was a productive day for the Dallas Cowboys.
It wasn’t the runaway train type of blowout the Dallas Cowboys have grown accustomed to against teams they’re heavy favorites against this season. On a game day that started out with great news for fans of America’s Team everywhere as Jerry Jones finally announced Jimmy Johnson will join the Ring of Honor this December, the Cowboys still did more than enough to control the game in Carolina and move forward with a 33-10 victory.
The Cowboys out-gained the Panthers in total yards 311-187, didn’t turn the ball over while generating two of their own with another defensive touchdown by DaRon Bland. They continued to work out their run game issues with Tony Pollard’s third quarter touchdown turning a one-score game into the more decisive win that Dallas earned on Sunday.