James Cook has more yards from scrimmage than the Cowboys offense
Speaking of James Cook, it was a remarkable game for the Buffalo Bills running back as he had 179 rushing yards, 42 receiving yards and two total touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving). He would average 7.2 yards per rushing attempt and 21 yards per reception and was only six yards behind Stefon Diggs for the team lead in receiving yards.
The 179 rushing yards was the second most this season in the NFL and behind only rookie running back De'Von Achane and the 221 yards from scrimmage is the third most this season by any player.
James Cook was basically doing it all for the offense to the point that he finished the game with more yards than the entire Cowboys offense. The Cowboys finished the game with only 195 total yards on 57 plays.
This is a testament to the defense as much as it is a recognition of Cook's performance. The Bills defense was stifling for almost the entire game and did not let the Cowboys really get anything going. Before the fourth quarter, the Cowboys had only one drive that went for more than 25 yards and that one ended in a field goal.