With Brandon Weeden struggling to move the Dallas offense through the air, Murray was greeted with a stacked box all afternoon. He finished with 79 yards on 19 carries, a significant drop from the 131.8 yards per game he averaged in the first half of the season.
After the loss, Murray was asked what the NFL record means to him.
"Nothing," he replied, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "Just worry about winning, and we didn't get that done today."
"That's not disrespectful of the Cardinals," Jones said. "It's just we've gotten used to being pretty efficient there. So I didn't have any problem understanding why we were having a tough time running it, because they had it loaded up. But still, I knew that we needed to be persistent, but we also had to hit some big plays."