Sean Salisbury and Steve Sloan are tied for the highest career completion percentage by a quarterback versus the Cowboys, at 100.0 percent.

highest completion percentage vs cowboys by quarterback
SalisburySloanHargettSudfeldGarrardFiedlerHuardAllenRiversBridgewaterAllenWatsonHollyTrubiskyEdwardsRosenfelsMariotaTaylorDarnoldCutlerDavisBuckClaridge100.0100.083.382.681.080.080.079.277.676.775.075.075.074.274.272.772.472.271.971.771.471.471.4
NAMEGPPCTCMPATTYDSAVGYDS/GTDTD%INTINT%SCKSCKYRATE
Sean SalisburySean Salisbury1100.077618.761.0114.300.000142.6
Steve SloanSteve Sloan1100.0113232.032.000.000.0118.8
Edd HargettEdd Hargett283.356427.021.000.000.095.8
Nate SudfeldNate Sudfeld182.619231345.8134.000.000.032490.9
David GarrardDavid Garrard181.0172126012.4260.0419.000.0322157.8
Jay FiedlerJay Fiedler180.0162023912.0239.0315.000.000156.0
Damon HuardDamon Huard180.045448.844.000.000.019103.3
Josh AllenJosh Allen179.219242319.6231.014.200.0427120.7
Philip RiversPhilip Rivers377.6831071,10710.3369.076.521.9211123.8
Teddy BridgewaterTeddy Bridgewater176.723301936.4193.000.013.354478.9
Brandon AllenBrandon Allen175.027362176.0217.012.800.00099.0
Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson175.033443758.5375.012.312.31198.2
Bob HollyBob Holly175.034266.526.000.0125.00052.1
Mitchell TrubiskyMitchell Trubisky174.223312447.9244.039.713.2213115.5
Trent EdwardsTrent Edwards174.223311765.7176.000.013.232874.1
Sage RosenfelsSage Rosenfels472.7811706.417.500.000.00089.2
Marcus MariotaMarcus Mariota172.421292408.3240.026.900.0425119.9
Tyrod TaylorTyrod Taylor172.213181799.9179.000.015.63780.6
Sam DarnoldSam Darnold171.9233233810.6338.026.313.1212113.8
Jay CutlerJay Cutler371.771998939.0297.777.111.0315118.8
Austin DavisAustin Davis171.430423277.8327.037.124.80098.0
Mike BuckMike Buck271.457618.730.500.0114.30058.3
Dennis ClaridgeDennis Claridge171.457304.330.000.000.079.5
Daunte CulpepperDaunte Culpepper271.132454479.9223.5715.600.0413142.3
Colt McCoyColt McCoy470.956796958.8173.833.845.174389.4
StatMuse has game-level data for completion percentage going back to the 1950 season.

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