Giants linebacker B.J. Goodson, left, and linebacker Devon Kennard, right, tackle Cowboys tight end Jason Witten after Witten caught a pass breaking the Cowboys all-time receiving yards record held by Michael Irvin in the second quarter of the Cowboys’ 19-3 win over the Giants Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.
Giants linebacker B.J. Goodson, left, and linebacker Devon Kennard, right, tackle Cowboys tight end Jason Witten after Witten caught a pass breaking the Cowboys all-time receiving yards record held by Michael Irvin in the second quarter of the Cowboys’ 19-3 win over the Giants Sunday night at AT&T Stadium. Ron Jenkins photo@star-telegram.com
Giants linebacker B.J. Goodson, left, and linebacker Devon Kennard, right, tackle Cowboys tight end Jason Witten after Witten caught a pass breaking the Cowboys all-time receiving yards record held by Michael Irvin in the second quarter of the Cowboys’ 19-3 win over the Giants Sunday night at AT&T Stadium. Ron Jenkins photo@star-telegram.com

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