I’m too worn out to write a proper recap right now. The Washington Redskins gave the Dallas Cowboys all they could handle but the Cowboys prevailed 28-23. Credit a stellar effort by Redskins QB Jason Campbell and some good receiving by Santana Moss and Chris Cooley for keeping it close. Campbell looks like a threat in the NFC East for years to come.
But on this day, the win belongs to Terrell Owens who put 4 TD’s on the board and carried a mistake-prone Dallas team to victory. Tony Romo was able to get the ball to an open Owens and he did the rest. The Cowboys defense left a lot to be desired and needs to take a good look at itself before this Thursday. Andre Gurode needs to work on his shotgun snaps.
But given all the nail-biting and bad play by Dallas and good play by the Redskins, the Cowboys still went to 9-1 and stayed perfect in the NFC East.
Post-game comments are welcome below.