Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins: Latest NFL news
The NFL’s top three teams, with the most wins, have a combined record of 22-7.
They are the Philadelphia Eagles (1-1), the Dallas Cowboys (1, 2-1) and the New England Patriots (1.5-1).
The New York Giants, the only team without a winning record in 2016, are 0-3.
The New Orleans Saints, who are tied with the Dolphins for the NFL’s worst record at 2-6, are 2-0.
The Green Bay Packers, the team with the second-best record in the NFC East, are tied for the second wild-card spot in the AFC East.
The Carolina Panthers are tied to the Philadelphia Patriots and have a 1-1 record.
Here’s how the standings stack up heading into Week 7: The Eagles have won seven of their past eight games.
Philadelphia is 14-2 all-time in games decided by three points or less.
The Eagles have scored the most points in any game this season, winning 34 of 48.
The Dolphins have scored only six touchdowns all season.
Miami is 2-8 against NFC East teams.
Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake scored a career-high 58 yards rushing.
He was tied with his teammate, Chris Ivory, for the team lead in rushing yards.
Drake has had more than 1,000 yards rushing in each of the past two seasons.
Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson had a career high 52 receptions for 753 yards and seven touchdowns.
Johnson had four catches for 69 yards.
Johnson was the only player to score two touchdowns against the Eagles last season.
Johnson was the first Lions player to hit at least 20 points and five touchdowns in a game this year.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David had his first career sack and interception return for a touchdown.
He also had a season-high eight tackles.
Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh had a sack and an interception return on a punt return.
Chicago Bears linebacker Kyle Long had a tackle for loss.
He had nine tackles, two sacks and two quarterback hits.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford had four touchdown passes, his second straight game with four or more touchdown passes.
He has completed 65.9 percent of his passes for 2,945 yards, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller had a pick-six and had a pass breakup.
Fuller had six tackles, one sack and one interception return.