The Cowboys seize control of the NFC East with a dominant win over St. Louis at home on Sunday. DeMarco Murray turned in a great effort by running for 175 yards and a touchdown. It is apparent that Murray owns the St. Louis defense (remember, he ran for 253 yards against them back in October of 2011). I thought the play-calling by Bill Calahan was superb. The Cowboys stayed committed to the run and it payed dividends. Also, the Rams had done a great job protecting Sam Bradford this season. Going into this game, he had not been sacked on the season. The ‘Boys got to him six times and created a lot of additional pressure that didn’t translate into sacks. Tavon Austin had an 84 yard punt return for a touchdown nullified in this game with a special teams penalty, something that has plagued the Rams early on in the season. To make matters worse, St. Louis has to turn around and play a frustrated 49ers team on Thursday night. Things could get ugly in a hurry if they do not clean up their act and cut down on the amount of big plays they allow this season.