Through 3 Quarters
A great path to victory is to simply outgain your opponent on the field, and that’s working so far for the Dallas Cowboys (with 465 yards vs. 176 yards). They have unwrapped a big 49-7 lead against the Washington Football Team after three quarters. Dallas has been riding high on the performance of QB Dak Prescott, who has passed for four TDs and 330 yards on 39 attempts.
The Cowboys have been led by Prescott, who so far has passed for four TDs and 330 yards on 39 attempts. Prescott’s performance is making up for a slower game against the New York Giants last week.
With four sacks, the Dallas defense has been a true menace for Washington’s offensive line. We’ll see how many sacks Dallas can scare up the rest of the game.
Washington @ Dallas
Current Records: Washington 6-8; Dallas 10-4
What to Know
After three games on the road, the Dallas Cowboys are heading back home. The Cowboys and the Washington Football Team will face off in an NFC East battle at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Dallas will be hoping to build upon the 27-20 win they picked up against Washington when they previously played in December.
Dallas strolled past the New York Giants with points to spare last week, taking the matchup 21-6. No one had a standout game offensively for Dallas, but they got scores from TE Dalton Schultz and RB Ezekiel Elliott. QB Dak Prescott ended up with a passer rating of 133.90.
Dallas’ defense was a presence, as it collected three interceptions and one fumble. Those interceptions were spread across their defensive unit.
Meanwhile, Washington scored first but ultimately less than the Philadelphia Eagles in their contest on Tuesday. Washington fell to Philadelphia 27-17. The game was a 10-10 toss-up at halftime, but Washington was outplayed the rest of the way. One thing holding Washington back was the mediocre play of QB Garrett Gilbert, who did not have his…