Cowboys vs. Rams 2013: DeMarco Murray leading rout over St. Louis

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DeMarco Murray and the Cowboys are dominating the Rams on Sunday, taking a 24-0 lead into the third quarter.

The Dallas Cowboys and running back DeMarco Murray are dismantling the St. Louis Rams in Week 3. The Cowboys hold a 24-0 lead midway through the third quarter.

Dez Bryant opened the scoring with a two-yard pass from Tony Romo, but Murray is stealing the show. So far Murray has 146 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries. Romo has been nearly flawless, completing 14 of 17 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns. His second score went to Gavin Escobar for 24 yards.

Things couldn't have gone worse for the Rams. Sam Bradford has thrown for just 68 yards, but he has had no help from the running game, which is nonexistent. Isaiah Pead, Tavon Austin and Benny Cunningham have combined for just five yards on five carries. Daryl Richardson has yet to see a snap.

On the Rams' last drive, Bradford completed a deep middle pass to Chris Givens, who fumbled it away to the Cowboys. It's been that kind of day for St. Louis.

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