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Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

This Week In 1995: NFL sues Jerry Jones for $300 million for undermining league sponsorship deals. Jones had signed a deal with Pepsi when league had deal with Coke. Jones eventually was granted the right to do individual deals and today is the only team that controls the distribution of its own merchandise.

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Best and worst QB performances from Week 3

Aaron Rodgers threw four first half TDs, Ryan Fitzpatrick had six INT. Check out the best and worst QBs in Week 3 so far according to Total QBR.

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Elliott hurdles his way over 100 yards rushing

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott showcases his athleticism by hurdling over Bears S Chris Prosinski, which gives him over 100 yards rushing for the first time in his career.

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Ezekiel Elliott clears hurdle in Cowboys win

Ezekiel Elliot's development as a runner was on display as he gashed the Bears defense for 140 yards en route to his best game so far this season.

Marty Smith ESPN 

I love it when a star isn't "too cool" to still be a fan! Dabo Swinney told me a hilarious story about meeting Pitt/Dallas Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett: He was at the ACC awards dinner and sees Dorsett. Freaks. "That's TONY DORSETT. I ain't leavin' here til I meet him! "Here I'm about to accept ACC Coach of the Year and I'm all super fan over here." Suddenly, here comes Dorsett, says... "I HAVE to get a picture with you. My agent will die!" Dorsett's agent? A Clemson grad. And then this showed up in the mail.

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Dez Bryant sprains right knee in Cowboys' win (0:24)
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Prescott's TD pass to Bryant felt 'great' (0:45)
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Cowboys' Bryant played through knee sprain

Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant suffered a sprained knee on the second play Sunday night before catching three passes for 40 yards and a touchdown in a win over the Bears. He'll have an MRI Monday.

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Cowboys ride Elliott, Prescott to second victory (0:44)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys used Ezekiel Elliott's legs and Dak Prescott's arm to get a 31-17 win against the Chicago Bears. For the first time since the 2015 opener the Cowboys won a game at AT&T Stadium. Next up are the San Francisco 49ers. Could the Cowboys get to 3-1?

ESPN Stats and Information  

Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 140 yards in the Cowboys' win over the Bears on Sunday night. Elliott totaled 134 rushing yards in his first 2 games combined. His 274 rushing yards through the first 3 games are second-most by a Cowboys player. Calvin Hill's 299 are the most.

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Prescott, Cowboys drop Bears to 0-3 (1:09)
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Young quarterbacks keep momentum in Week 3 (1:25)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott played like a Top 5 pick tonight. Power, vision and speed through the hole. Elliott finished with 140 yards rushing on 30 carries and he also added 20 yards receiving. I thought Elliott hit the hole with much more acceleration than I saw on film in the first two weeks of the season. He showcased the ability to bounce the ball outside and find cutback lanes. He's a great fit for the Cowboys zone running schemes. Impressive night for the rookie in the Cowboys 31-17 win over the Bears.