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|Emmitt Smith stretches out for the record-breaking yardage against Seattle.|
100 -- Sept. 30, 1990, at New York Giants (fourth game)1,000 -- Sept. 1, 1991, at Cleveland (17th game) 2,500 -- Dec. 22, 1991, vs. Atlanta (32nd game)-a 5,000 -- Nov. 25, 1993, vs. Miami (57th game)-b 7,500 -- Sept. 17, 1995, at Minnesota (80th game) 10,000 -- Nov. 28, 1996, vs. Washington (106th game)-c 11,353 -- Sept. 6, 1998, vs. Arizona (125th game)-d 12,037 -- Nov. 8, 1998, vs. New York Giants (133rd game)-e 13,260 -- Nov. 11, 1999, at Minnesota (148th game)-f 15,000 -- Dec. 10, 2000, vs. Washington (168th game)-g 15,270 -- Sept. 23, 2001, vs. San Diego (172nd game)-h 16,743 -- Oct. 27, 2002, vs. Seattle (193rd game)-i
a-Final carry of second season.
b-Snowy Thanksgiving loss remembered for Leon Lett's gaffe following Dolphins' missed field goal.
c-Smith had season-high 155 yards in Thanksgiving game, becoming 12th player to 10,000 on same day passed Jim Brown for third on all-time rushing TD list.
d-Passed O.J. Simpson (11,236) and John Riggins (11,353) to go from 11th to ninth on career list.
e-Became Dallas Cowboys career rushing leader, passing Tony Dorsett (12,036) on a 32-yard TD run as part of a 163-yard game, best in three years. Hasn't topped it since.
f-Passed Eric Dickerson (13,259) for No. 3 on career list on a 63-yard TD run.
g-Had season-best 150 yards and went over 1,000 yards for record-tying 10th season.
h-Passed Barry Sanders (15,269) for No. 2 on career list on a 14-yard run.
i-Passed Walter Payton (16,726) to become all-time rushing leader.
-- The Associated Press
|Emmitt Smith holds a trophy presented to him by team owner Jerry Jones after breaking Walter Payton's record for all-time rushing yards.|