Stats-eye view of Cowboys-Giants

IRVING, Texas -- A stats-eye view of Sunday’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, thanks to the fine folks at ESPN Stats & Information:

Road warriors: The Cowboys are the only unbeaten team on the road this season (4-0), and Dallas has won its past two games at MetLife Stadium against the Giants. They haven’t won three straight road games against their rival since they took nine in a row from 1971 to 1979. The last time the Cowboys won their first five road games in a season was 2007 when they started 7-0 and win the division.

The Cowboys are outscoring their opponents by 10.0 points per game away from home, the best differential in the NFL.

Better on the road, Part 2: One reason for the Cowboys 4-0 record on the road has been the play of Tony Romo. He has a Total QBR of 87.1 in road games is by far the highest in the NFL.

In the first meeting against the Giants, Romo posted a Total QBR of 98, his second-highest QBR of the season and the highest he has ever posted against the Giants.

Stay with the formula: DeMarco Murray has rushed for 100 yards in all but one game this season, becoming the first player in NFL history with 100 rush yards in nine of his team’s first 10 games.

He needs 115 rush yards to pass Emmitt Smith for the most through 11 games in Cowboys history. Smith had 1,347 yards in the first 11 games of the 1995 season. Tony Dorsett posted 1,144 yards in the first 11 games of the 1981 season.

Murray leads the NFL with 1,233 yards in 10 games.

In sync: Romo is completing 71.4 percent of his throws to Dez Bryant after halftime, with four touchdown passes and just one interception.

In the Week 7 meeting against the Giants, Bryant had 151 receiving yards on nine catches, which is the fourth most in his career. He’s one of six players this season with 150 receiving yards in multiple games.