Zeke Hits Milestone, Dak and Brett Maher Set New Dallas Cowboys Records

It was quite a night at AT&T Stadium. Not only did the Cowboys whoop up on their NFC East rivals the Philadelphia Eagles by a score of 37-10, but several key players hit milestones or set new records. As you'll see below, Zeke Elliott hit 6000 career scrimmage yards, moving into a tie with Le'veon Bell and Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson (47 games) as the second fastest player to reach 6000 yards, behind Edgerrin James (44 games). Also, with his rushing TD last night, Dak Prescott broke a tie with Roger Staubach for most career rushing touchdowns (21) by a Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Not to be outdone, Kicker Brett Maher set a new Cowboys record when he made a 63-yard field goal, the longest in franchise history.



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