Cowboys rushed for 2,103 yards

IRVING -- In the aftermath of the Cowboys victory over the Eagles on Sunday, comes this little gem from the running game.

The Cowboys rushed for 2,103 yards on the season the first time the team gained over 2,000 yards since 2001 (2,184).

Marion Barber led the team in rushing with 214 carries for 932 yards and seven touchdowns. Felix Jones was productive with 116 carries for 685 yards and three touchdowns.

Running backs coach Skip Peete said if the rushing attack gained close to 2,100 yards that would be a productive year considering there are two running backs getting the bulk of the carries.

The Cowboys were one of 10 teams to rush for over 2,000 yards and they finished seventh in the NFL and third in the NFC in yards.