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The Post Sports Live crew took a crack at this question, but we might as well ask you too. If I had to simplify it, having seen all four teams play, I?d say bad defense. The Giants, at 26th in the league, are the best of the bunch. The ...
The Post Sports Live crew took a crack at this question, but we might as well ask you too. If I had to simplify it, having seen all four teams play, I?d say bad defense. The Giants, at 26th in the league, are the best of the bunch. The Cowboys, by yards allowed per game, check in at 30th, the Eagles 31st and the Redskins dead last. Dallas and Philadelphia have had the misfortune of facing the Broncos, and Washington played the Packers. Still, the defenses aren?t so hot. Any guess as to why? Read full article >> More...
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Last season there was no place like Dallas for University of Baylor product Robert Griffin III. Despite holding opponents to under 28 points from Weeks 8-11, the Dallas secondary looked lost, confused and downright befuddled by the duel-...
Last season there was no place like Dallas for University of Baylor product Robert Griffin III. Despite holding opponents to under 28 points from Weeks 8-11, the Dallas secondary looked lost, confused and downright befuddled by the duel-threat quarterback. Perhaps they served a little too much turkey into their pregame Thanksgiving meal because they looked […] More...
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Whether it was the offense making their defense look like a bunch of college kids or the defense forcing Tony Romo into an unsurprising late interception, the Washington Redskins controlled the Dallas Cowboys like a puppet last season. W...
Whether it was the offense making their defense look like a bunch of college kids or the defense forcing Tony Romo into an unsurprising late interception, the Washington Redskins controlled the Dallas Cowboys like a puppet last season. With the NFC East title on the line, the Redskins had their way with Dallas behind the […] More...
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Gray skies loomed over Redskins Park with the threat of rain Wednesday, but at 1 p.m. the team took a dry practice field with a benevolent breeze blowing in. Here Robert Griffin III fires a pass to practice squad pass catcher Nick Willia...
Gray skies loomed over Redskins Park with the threat of rain Wednesday, but at 1 p.m. the team took a dry practice field with a benevolent breeze blowing in. Here Robert Griffin III fires a pass to practice squad pass catcher Nick Williams.   More...
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The Washington Redskins on Sunday will face a Dallas Cowboys defense that last week surrendered 517 yards and 51 points to the Denver Broncos. But the Redskins wide receivers insist they aren't licking their chops, so to speak, over the...
The Washington Redskins on Sunday will face a Dallas Cowboys defense that last week surrendered 517 yards and 51 points to the Denver Broncos. But the Redskins wide receivers insist they aren't licking their chops, so to speak, over the prospects of facing such a defense. Read full article >> More...
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No one needs to tell DeAngelo Hall how large a task awaits him this Sunday as the Redskins resume play following their bye. The cornerback already knows that in all likelihood, he will frequently find himself matched up with explosive Da...
No one needs to tell DeAngelo Hall how large a task awaits him this Sunday as the Redskins resume play following their bye. The cornerback already knows that in all likelihood, he will frequently find himself matched up with explosive Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant. Read full article >> More...
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Plenty of Washington football news, but*focus: It’s Dallas Week. [ESPN]Dez Bryant has bigger name, but is Pierre Gar?on as good? [RR]D-Hall, Skins have much to play for this week, 1 game out. [CSNW]Cold blooded headline for Nats se...
Plenty of Washington football news, but*focus: It’s Dallas Week. [ESPN]Dez Bryant has bigger name, but is Pierre Gar?on as good? [RR]D-Hall, Skins have much to play for this week, 1 game out. [CSNW]Cold blooded headline for Nats season: World Series or Bust. [NE]Braden Holtby has been out and about signing a baby. Yep. [RMNB]Good sign [...] More...
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Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports TV Schedule: Sunday, Oct. 13, 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC Stadium: AT&T Stadium Weather: High 86, Low 66 Line: Dallas (-5.5) Coming off a devastating loss to the Denver Broncos in week five at home, the Dallas Cowbo...
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports TV Schedule: Sunday, Oct. 13, 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC Stadium: AT&T Stadium Weather: High 86, Low 66 Line: Dallas (-5.5) Coming off a devastating loss to the Denver Broncos in week five at home, the Dallas Cowboys are trying to recover from what looked like the upset of the year. Well, any win over the Broncos this season will be considered an upset as they are clearly the top team in football. Tony Romo might get the most blame for the loss because of his late interception in the fourth quarter that led to the Broncos’ game-winning field goal. However, with over 500 passing yards and five touchdowns in the game, Romo was anything but the reason for the loss. He has 1,523 yards and 13 touchdowns on the season, proving that he is the correct starting quarterback for this team. Dez Bryant has shown up big-time this season with 29 catches for 423 yards and six scores while DeMarco Murray has boosted the run game with 399 yards and two scores. On the other side of the field, the Washington Redskins have been arguably the league’s biggest disappointment this season, beginning just 1-3 through five weeks behind the struggles of Robert Griffin III. The young quarterback is suffering from a little bit of a sophomore slump this year, but he is starting to get it together, leading the Redskins to their first win a couple weeks ago against the Oakland Raiders before a much-needed bye week. RG3 has passed for 1,202 yards and six touchdowns this season, but his scrambling ability has been hampered a bit due to his bum knee. Alfred Morris will need to step up in order to take the weight off of RG3′s shoulders. Morris has 296 yards and two touchdowns this season. Defensively, the Redskins are on pace to have one of the worst defenses in the history of the league. Allowing 440 yards per game is one reason why this team is just 1-3. The Cowboys are coming off a 51-points-allowed performance in week five against the Broncos and have struggled this season, giving up the second-most passing yards in the NFL. This game might turn into a shoot-out. PREDICTION: Redskins 31, Cowboys 35 Related: Jerry Jones Sees Dallas Cowboys’ Loss To Denver Broncos A Moral Victory Washington Redskins Must Take Advantage of Wide-Open Division Connor Muldowney is a columnist for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @Connormuldowney, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google. You can also reach him at muldown5@gmail.com.
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With the Washington Redskins on their bye weekend, cornerback Josh Wilson watched portions of the Dallas Cowboys? game last Sunday against the Denver Broncos. It was a horror show of sorts for a defensive back, especially with both teams...
With the Washington Redskins on their bye weekend, cornerback Josh Wilson watched portions of the Dallas Cowboys? game last Sunday against the Denver Broncos. It was a horror show of sorts for a defensive back, especially with both teams on … Continue reading → More...
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The Washington Redskins on Sunday will face a Dallas Cowboys defense that last week surrendered 517 yards and 51 points to the Denver Broncos. But the Redskins wide receivers insist they aren't licking their chops, so to speak, over the...
The Washington Redskins on Sunday will face a Dallas Cowboys defense that last week surrendered 517 yards and 51 points to the Denver Broncos. But the Redskins wide receivers insist they aren't licking their chops, so to speak, over the prospects of facing such a defense. Read full article >> More...
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