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Dallas Cowboys aim to make NFL history if they win big at Arizona this weekend

The Dallas Cowboys have kicked off the season with a bang, winning their first two games with ease. They are now on the verge of making NFL history if they can win their upcoming game against the Arizona Cardinals in a similar fashion. If the Cowboys score 30 or more points while surrendering 10 or fewer points, they would become the first team in NFL history to achieve this feat in the first three games of a season.

The Cowboys have already made history by outscoring their opponents 70-10 in the first two weeks of the season, joining an elite group of teams who have achieved this feat.

These include the 1966 Oilers, 1967 Raiders, 1970 Lions, and 2019 Patriots. The Cowboys have been dominant on both sides of the ball, with their defense making key stops and their offense putting up points on the board.

However, the Cowboys will face a tough challenge in the Cardinals, who have lost their first two games by a narrow margin. The Cowboys will need to win by a significant margin to break the NFL record for point differential through the first three weeks in the Super Bowl era.

What's the record Cowboys can break on Sunday?

The current record belongs to the 1968 Cowboys, who outscored their opponents by 99 points over the first three weeks. To break this record, the Cowboys would need to beat the Cardinals by 40 points on Sunday, which is a tall order considering Arizona's recent performances.

Despite the challenge ahead, the Cowboys remain confident and focused on their goals. "We're not worried about records or anything like that," said Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. "We're just focused on playing our best football and winning games."

The Cowboys suffered a setback this week when cornerback Trevon Diggs was lost for the year due to an ACL tear. However, they remain optimistic about their defense and their ability to make plays. "We have a lot of depth on our team, and we're confident that someone will step up and fill Trevon's shoes," said Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith.

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