Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys 13 to 34

Sunday, October 30, 2005, Week 8

The Arizona Cardinals played the Dallas Cowboys in Irving on Sunday, October 30, 2005, Week 8 of the 2005 season. The Cowboys won by a score of 34-13.


Arizona Cardinals offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
213 142 71 2 12

Coaches

Head Coach: Dennis Green Assistant Head Coach: Frank Bush Offensive Coordinator: Keith Rowen Defensive Coordinator: Clancy Pendergast Quarterbacks Coach: Michael Francis "Mike" Kruczek Wide Receivers Coach: Mike Wilson Offensive Line Coach: Everett Eric Lindsay Running Backs Coach: Kirby Wilson Tight Ends Coach: Carl Hargrave Offensive Quality Control Coach: Bill Khayat Defensive Line Coach: Donald "Deek" Pollard Linebackers Coach: Frank Bush Defensive Backs Coach: Richard Solomon Assistant Secondary Coach: Rick Courtright Defensive Quality Control Coach: Rick Courtright Special Teams Coach: Kevin O'Dea Strength and Conditioning Coach: Steve Wetzel Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Ryan Capretta, Daryl Lawrence Regional Scout: Steve Keim Assistant Athletic Trainer: Jeff Herndon


Dallas Cowboys offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
348 202 146 1 21

Coaches

Head Coach: Bill Parcells Assistant Head Coach: Sean Payton Defensive Coordinator: Mike Zimmer Running Game Coordinator: Tony Sparano Passing Game Coordinator: Sean Payton Quarterbacks Coach: David Lee Wide Receivers Coach: Todd Haley Offensive Line Coach: Tony Sparano Running Backs Coach: Anthony Lynn Tight Ends Coach: Paul Pasqualoni Defensive Line Coach: Kacy Rodgers Linebackers Coach: Gary Gibbs Secondary Coach: Todd Bowles Assistant Secondary Coach: Mike MacIntyre Special Teams Coach: Bruce DeHaven Strength and Conditioning Coach: Joe Juraszek Assistant Director of Football Operations: Craig Glieber Pro Scout: Will McClay, Sam Garza Northeast Area Scout: John Wojciechowski Southeast Area Scout: Walter Juliff Scouting Assistant: Dowell Loggains Football Operations Assistant: Bryan Wansley