LONDON -- Just how good was Dez Bryant's six-catch, 158-yard, two-touchdown game against the Jacksonville Jaguars?
Here are some stats, including a few from ESPN Stats & Information, about the day the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver had:
** Both of Bryant’s receiving touchdowns were from outside the red zone. Only one of his six touchdowns entering the week was outside the red zone.
** Bryant’s first touchdown was 35 yards long, but he caught the pass 1 yard behind the line of scrimmage. Bryant had only four receptions behind the line of scrimmage this season entering the week, one of which was a TD.
** Bryant’s second touchdown was a 68-yard pass that was caught 32 yards past the line of scrimmage. It was just Bryant’s second TD on passes thrown 30-plus yards downfield this season. Cowboys quarterbacks were only 2-of-8 targeting Bryant on such passes prior to Sunday.
** Bryant amassed 81 yards after the catch. It was his third-highest yard-after-catch total in a game.
** Bryant’s 158 yards all came in the second quarter and are the most by a Cowboys receiver in a quarter in team history. The 158 yards were the most a Cowboys receiver has ever had in a half. Terrell Owens had 147 yards on Nov. 29, 2007, against the Green Bay Packers.
** This was the fifth time Bryant has had 100 receiving yards in a first half. His previous high was 145 yards on Dec. 23, 2012, against the New Orleans Saints. He also had 102 yards against the Packers (2013) and 100 yards against the Kansas City Chiefs (2013).
** His six catches also equaled the most he has had in a first half in his career. He had six in the aforementioned ’13 Packers game.
** Bryant’s two touchdowns marked the 10th multi-touchdown game of his career, which is second most in team history. Frank Clarke, Tony Hill and Michael Irvin had nine. Hall of Famer Bob Hayes has the most with 15.