Redskins vs. Cowboys: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The Dallas Cowboys were able to exact revenge on the 2012 NFC East champions. The Washington Redskins dashed Dallas' postseason dreams last year but the Cowboys are the ones smiling after the two's Week 6 matchup.
It looked like another nail-biter finish in another Cowboys game but between their defense and special teams, they hung strong at home. With the victory, the Cowboys dropped their arch rival to 1-4 on the season, putting Washington in a difficult position going forward.
Dallas protected its home turf and made a statement on national television after a tough Week 5 loss to Denver. That's about as good a week as Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett could've asked for.
Giants wondering if Eagles/Cowboys can collapse soon so they can stay in the division race.— Andrew Garda (@Andrew_Garda) October 14, 2013
Probably a valid prediction by Bleacher Report's own Andrew Garda.
Some Dallas fans started chanting "RG3, RG3!" after that pick.— Mike Jones (@MikeJonesWaPo) October 14, 2013
The rivalry is alive and well.
The Redskins can't convert on their fourth down try and have no more timeouts to utilize. The Cowboys are in prime position to run this clock out and leave AT&T Stadium with a win.
Here's that interception by Orlando Scandrick....with no Redskins receivers around.
Orlando Scandrick with an interception in the end zone with no Redskin receivers around. This is the Dallas team that hung it with the Broncos last week.
Here's that gutsy run by Joseph Randle.
After being humiliated by Denver last week the Cowboys Defense showing great pride and came to play against the Skins.— Mark Rypien (@MarkRypien) October 14, 2013
Mark Rypien praised the Dallas defense.
Great effort from Joseph Randle and Travis Frederick to get that rushing touchdown. The Cowboys are starting to give themselves some space between them and the 'Skins.
Despite all the injuries, the Dallas Cowboys get pressure on Robert Griffin III and force a fumble. DeMarcus Ware's replacement, Kyle Wilber with the fumble recovery. This is where the Cowboys need to shut the door on Washington.
Dan Bailey puts three more points on the board for the Cowboys but DeAngelo Hall stopped a touchdown reception for Miles Austin the play before. Hall is known for talking a big game but he backed it up right there.
Tony Romo has been near-perfect on this current Cowboys drive. This is exactly what the Dallas offense needed after puttering out most of this second half.
Kai Forbath has pretty much been the Redskins' offense tonight but he misses his latest field goal attempt. That was the most ideal of ideal scenarios for the Dallas defense on that drive.
The Redskins offense is really starting to play to its full potential. 'Skins are on the Dallas 30-yard line and could easily get at least a field goal on this drive.
The Dallas offense really hasn't had to do much for a long time in this game thanks to Dwayne Harris. A score of any kind on this drive would help stop the Redskins' growing momentum on offense.
Redskins' running back Alfred Morris puts his team's first touchdown on the board. He had just 27 yards before the 45-yard run to the end zone.
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