Cowboys vs. Bills score, key insights: James Cook had a career day as Buffalo crushes Dallas on the ground.

The Dallas Cowboys' five-game winning streak ended in a 31-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 15.  

Bills running back James Cook had a standout performance with 179 rushing yards and two touchdowns, becoming the first Bills player since Thurman Thomas in 1991 to achieve 200+ scrimmage yards, a rushing touchdown, and a receiving touchdown in a game. 

Critical personal foul penalties by the Cowboys, including roughing the passer and roughing the kicker, provided the Bills with extra opportunities leading to two touchdowns. 

Buffalo's quarterback Josh Allen had a modest passing game but contributed with 94 yards and a touchdown, along with 24 rushing yards and a score. 

Cowboys rookie kicker Brandon Aubrey connected on a 32-yard field goal, maintaining his perfect record of 31-for-31 on field goals to begin his career. 

The Cowboys struggled offensively, scoring only 10 points, matching their season-low set in a Week 5 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. 

Injuries to key players, including defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins and right guard Zack Martin, played a significant role in the Cowboys' struggles on both sides of the line of scrimmage. 

The loss prompted reflection for the Cowboys' defensive staff, especially after allowing over 250 rushing yards for the first time under defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.  

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