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The Dallas Cowboys scored early and often and blew out the Rams 31-7 on Sunday in Arlington, Texas. After the Rams failed to capitalize on a fumbled punt by the Cowboys, Dallas took control. Running back D'Marco Murray ran for 175 yards and Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo throwing three touchdown passes to led the Cowboys offense. Dallas' defense was equally as good, sacking Rams QB Sam Bradford six times. The Rams offensive line had no allowed any sacks in their first two games of the season.
Fox 2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow was in the Rams locker room and has the post game report.