[tps_header]The 2016 Dallas Cowboys lost their season opener to the New York Giants. Ten weeks later, that remains their only loss this year.
Now 10-1 and rolling towards the playoffs, the Cowboys are about halfway to a storybook season. Whether or not they’ll “finish the fight” remains to be seen, but there’s no denying how special these last 10 games have been.
I thought we’d do a quick recap of this 10-game win streak, the longest in franchise history. Rather than look at them chronologically, though, I’ve listed them in order of how impressive each victory was.[/tps_header]
[tps_title]#10 – Dallas Cowboys 35, Cleveland Browns 10 (Week 9)[/tps_title]
Now 0-12 on the year, the Browns are by far the worst team Dallas has faced. In fact, this year’s squad may be one of the most inept in NFL history.
This game was highlighted by a throwback day from Jason Witten; 134 yards and a touchdown on eight catches. It was the veteran tight end’s biggest performance since 2013.