Garrard Leads Jaguars Past Crumbling Cowboys 35-17

ARLINGTON (AP) – David Garrard tied a club record with four touchdown passes and ran for another in leading the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 35-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

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The Cowboys (1-6) continued their worst start since 1989. The disturbing part for Dallas is that this one wasn’t even close; all previous losses were by a touchdown or less.

The Cowboys was within 14-3 just before halftime when new starting quarterback Jon Kitna turned right, Marion Barber went left and they collided while making the handoff. Jacksonville (4-4) made the goal-line stand and later stretched the lead to 28-3.

Garrard narrowly missed a perfect quarterback rating, finishing 17 of 21 for 260 yards. Even with three sacks and a lost fumble his rating was 157.8; perfect is 158.3.

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  • lopez antonhty

    jerry jone need to step down and let some body run dallas also fired the head coach plus the two quarterback put some rookie in maybe dallas cowboys will win some game right now they have bad luck streak. im a dallas fan who is very upset

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