The Dallas Cowboys came into Sunday knowing their game against the Falcons was a statement game, and the Cowboys made one on both sides of the ball as they claimed a convincing, 37-21 victory. The Cowboys' defense gave up a touchdown on an 80-yard drive by the Falcons to start the game, but gave up little else throughout. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had a rough day as he went 19-of-35 passing for 198 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Ryan was sacked just twice all season coming into this game, but the Cowboys' defensive line housed the Falcons' front line and sacked Ryan four times. DeMarcus Ware sacked Ryan twice and forced a fumble that linebacker Anthony Spencer recovered, and the Cowboys scored on the next play when Tony Romo found Miles Austin for a 59-yard catch-and-run ...
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