Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys

Nov 24, 2016; Arlington, TX, USA; Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) in action during the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys defeat the Redskins 31-26. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Redskins travel to the “Lone Star State” and will play the Dallas Cowboys under the lights of Thursday Night Football on November 30th. Although the Redskins still have a large number of players on Injured Reserve, they have been playing better and the Cowboys have been playing worse. The Cowboys will be missing their starting running back Ezekiel Elliott and probably their best linebacker Sean Lee.

It really doesn’t matter what their records are, the Redskins-Cowboys game is always exciting and hard fought. It is the best rivalry in the NFL. I have reviewed the Cowboys last 3 games which are not impressive. In their last game, the Los Angeles Chargers beat them by the score of 28 to 6. The Cowboys field goal kicker has been about as accurate as a drunk playing lawn darts. The Chargers had 25 first downs to the Cowboys 14. They won the time of possession battle 36:05 to 23:55. The Chargers registered 2 sacks on quarterback Dak Prescott and made them punt 5 times.

After we beat the Cowboys, their last two games are against the Seattle Seahawks and the Philadelphia Eagles, so it is probable that the Cowboys will see postseason action on television. Our Redskins have the talent to win all 5 games left in the season if they take care of the football and do not commit many penalties. Start with the Cowboys and run the table!! 12th Man to the rescue! WE WANT DALLAS!

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