Sunday Night Football Live: Cowboys vs. Redskins for Division Title
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The Redskins defeat the Cowboys 28-18 to take the NFC East title.
Tony Romo is now 1-6 in win-or-go-home games in Week 17 or the postseason (via ELIAS).— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 31, 2012
Rookies Alfred Morris ran for 200 yards and RGIII threw for 100 yards to lead the Redskins to a win-it-and-in-it victory.
Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson will play against each other in playoffs. Proving forever that the read option is a fad.— Will Brinson (@willbrinson) December 31, 2012
Players of the Game
Robert Griffin III was 9 years old the last time the Redskins hosted a playoff game.— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) December 31, 2012
And the Washington Redskins are your 2012 NFC East champs. They'll face the Seattle Seahawks next Sunday.
Rob Ryan has been a defensive coordinator for 9 years. During that span his teams have never had a winning record.— Jimmy Kempski (@Jimmy_Beast) December 31, 2012
And now Cowboys WR Dwayne Harris is down.
Last time somebody rushed for over 200 yards vs. Dallas was Warrick Dunn's 210 in 2000.— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) December 31, 2012
Alfred Morris' remarkable night continues as his 3rd TD is also his 200th rush yard. Redskins lead 28-18.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 31, 2012
Alfred Morris punches the ball in from one yard out for his third TD of the night and the amazing cap to his incredible night. "Hail to the Redskins" is officially playing.
Tony Romo was not happy after that roughing the passer penalty.
Two incredible rookies led the Redskins to the playoffs with amazing seasons.
Don't want to hear all this about Cowboys' D. It stunk. Fine. But Tony Chokemo can't throw three picks. He just can't.— mike freeman (@realfreemancbs) December 31, 2012
Of course. Almost a penalty-free game ... then a colossal penalty.— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) December 31, 2012
Dallas' Jason Hatcher keeps the Redskins' drive alive by hitting RGIII in the head and drawing the Roughing the Passer call. Redskins now have first and goal.
Tony Romo only has 2 multi-interception performances in his last 9 games. BOTH have come against the Redskins.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 31, 2012
Tony Romo-- 3 INT on Sunday vs Redskins.He had 3 INT in his previous 8 games entering today.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 31, 2012
Romo being Romo. He is picked off by Rob Jackson. The Redskins can seal it now.
Tony Romo has a chance to lead the Cowboys to a tie or lead on this drive.
RGIII is slow to get up after getting sacked by Anthony Spencer. The Redskins have to punt the ball back to the Cowboys.
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