The Arizona Cardinals got their big win in Big D -- a 28-17 victory in which they kept DeMarco Murray under 100 yards and limited Dez Bryant to two receptions for 15 yards.
We wrote some recaps already, but here is what else you can find around the Internet.
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Your walk-off quote, courtesy of Arians: "Having been 1-7 before, 7-1 feels a lot better."
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This is not a dream. This is not a fairy tale. The Cardinals are 7-1, in the fast lane on the freeway to history, getting stronger and more dangerous with each ugly victory.
But the Cardinals didn't hesitate to put Peterson on Dallas' best receiver, Dez Bryant, for the entire game. Bryant's two receptions didn't come until the Cowboys' final possession. The last one was a 3-yard touchdown against Peterson.
Since moving to Arizona in 1988, the Cardinals often have been predictable but not in a good way. This season is different. The 28-17 victory over the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium looked a lot like the six that came before it.
Images from the Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys game on Nov. 2, 2014.
The Cardinals (7-1), who have sole possession of the best record in the NFC this late in the season for the first time since 1974, won their fourth straight, including back-to-back wins over the top two teams in the NFC East.
Attach a giant qualifier to the Cardinals' 28-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at AT&T Stadium if you want. Quarterback Tony Romo didn't play for the Cowboys. This is a quarterback-driven league. But you'll forgive the Cardinals if they're not sympathetic to other teams' personnel losses. When your starting quarterback misses three games, your defensive front seven is missing five guys you thought would be starting and you're still winning every week, excuses are for whiners.
The Cardinals shot themselves in the foot on their first three drives of the second half before the defense made a game-changing stop and handed the offense the ball with the a breakout drive just begging to be finished.
"He took a hit in the head but he was cleared by the independent neurologist so he was able to keep on going," Arians said.
The Cardinals held DeMarco Murray under 100 rushing yards and made WR Dez Bryant a nonfactor.
ESPN Video: Jim Basquil and Merril Hoge break down the Cardinals' 28-17 win over the Cowboys.
Observed and heard in the locker room after the Arizona Cardinals' 28-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
A few thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' 28-17 win at over the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium.
Upcoming Cardinals opponents: Brace yourselves. The Honey Badger is back.
The 1-yard touchdown came in the fourth quarter of the Cardinals' 28-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys -- Grice was welcomed to the NFL under a scrum of massive, sweating, grunting Cowboys players but he was able to punch through the pile; a play designed for the tough.
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The offensive impotence of Dallas was the determining factor in this game.
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