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Cowboys Top Redskins; Break Records

Cowboys 44, Redskins 17

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    DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant broke franchise records Sunday as the Dallas Cowboys prepped for the playoffs with a 44-17 win over the Washington Redskins.

    NBC 5's Pat Doney reported that the Cowboys will play the Detroit Lions on Sunday at 3:40 p.m. at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. If they win that game, they'll play the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. 
    The result was impressive but meaningless for postseason purposes unless at least one game played later in the day ended in a tie. Win or lose against Washington (4-12), NFC East champion Dallas (12-4) would get a first-round bye with losses by both Arizona and Seattle.
    Murray rushed for 100 yards on 20 carries, passing Emmitt Smith for the team single-season mark. Murray's 1,845 yards bettered Smith's 1,773 from 1995.
    Bryant caught scoring passes of 65 and 23 yards togive him 16 touchdown receptions on the season, breaking Terrell Owens' team record of 15 set in 2007.