Cowboys vs. Redskins: Cowboys' Biggest Winners and Losers from NFL Week 12

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Cowboys vs. Redskins: Cowboys' Biggest Winners and Losers from NFL Week 12
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Coming into today's contest against the Redskins, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was 5-0 on Thanksgiving. He was also Mr. November, posting a home record of 14-0.

Not anymore as the Redskins came into Dallas today and beat up on the Cowboys, 38-31. Don't let the final score fool you, Dallas was down by 25 points by halftime and looked like a team ready to throw in the towel.

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was nothing short of great on this day of thanks. He threw four touchdown passes; two going for more than 50 yards, posted a rating of 132 and had 311 passing yards.

This guy, boys and girls, is not only ready for prime time, but he may be the NFL's most valuable player. He completed 20 of his 28 passes and averaged a healthy 11 yards per pass attempt.

Before I continue on with this love fest for Bobby Three Sticks, let's examine the Cowboys.

They were down by 25 at the half, committed seven penalties, couldn't get the running started, and Romo threw two costly interceptions. Not trying to sound cynical, but should this surprise anyone and is this script any different from what we've seen from this team this season?

As of right now, this Cowboys team just is not that good.

Here are the team's biggest winners and losers on the day.

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