The Cowboys special teams and defense also helped finish Seattle off, as Dan Bailey nailed his 3rd field goal to push the lead to seven, and a Rolando McClain intercepted a Russell Wilson pass to end all hope for the Seahawks. This big win for the Cowboys runs their win streak to 5, and moves their record to 5-1 for the first time since 2007.
Murray is the second running back in NFL history to start the season with 6 straight 100-yard rushing games, with the other being Jim Brown. Before this game, the Seahawks defense had not allowed a rusher more than 38 yards.
Romo finished the game 21 of 32, for 250 yards, and 2 touchdowns for Dallas. His second TD pass to Jason Witten made Witten the 2nd tight end in NFL history with 900 receptions.
Wilson finished the night 14 of 28 for 126 yards, and ran in for a 9-yard score. The Seahawks' Mike Morgan also returned a blocked punt 25 yards for an early touchdown, helping Seattle get out to a 10-0 lead early.
The Cowboys are now a perfect 3-0 on the road, while handing Seattle their first home loss. The Cowboys head back home for a divisional showdown with the New York Giants. Meanwhile, the Seahawks fall to 3-2 on the year, and will hit the road to take on the St. Louis Rams next week.