Cowboys vs Redskins : How to The NFL Football Game Cowboys have momentum heading into Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins NFL Sun, Oct 21, 2018 N Regular Season – Week 7 4:25p ET CBS FedExField – Landover, Maryland as they are coming off a dominating win over the Jaguars, 40-7, at home.
It was the first time the franchise scored at least 40 points since Week 7 last season. Dak Prescott threw 17-for-27 with 183 yards and two touchdowns, but his biggest weapon on Sunday was his legs as he set a career-high and franchise record for a QB with 82 rushing yards – including a 17-yard touchdown run.
Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins NFL Sun, Oct 21, 2018 N Regular Season – Week 7 4:25p ET CBS FedExField – Landover, Maryland
The NFC East is regarded as the NFL’s most storied division, and for good cause. The only division in the NFL that’s had every team win a Super Bowl (yuck, Eagles) will see one of its more historic rivalries on display once again this Sunday in the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins.
Dallas Cowboys: Sunday’s meeting between the Dallas Cowboys (3-3) and the Washington Redskins (3-2) pits two teams looking for their first win streak of the season. It’s been a win one, lose one type of year for both teams who are coming off Week 6 victories. But, the game has even bigger implications as it could either separate the Redskins from the NFC East pack, or push the Cowboys past Washington in the standings.
Washington Redskins : when the Dallas Cowboys visit the Washington Redskins for a crucial showdown in this wide-open division. Washington can claim sole possession of first place with a win, while Dallas will forge a tie if it emerges victorious. The Redskins are looking for their third straight home win after they outlasted Carolina last week, while the Cowboys are coming off their best performance of the season in a 40-7 rout of the Jaguars. The Redskins are 1-point favorites and the over-under for total points scored is 41.5 in the latest Cowboys vs. Redskins odds. Before you make any Cowboys vs. Redskins picks, make sure you hear what SportsLine expert Mike Tierney has to say.
Dallas heads to our nation’s capital fresh off of a big-time win against the Jacksonville Jaguars while the Redskins are coming off of an impressive victory over the Carolina Panthers at FedEx Field. This is the first time that the Cowboys will take on Washington while they are quarterbacked by Alex Smith, but they did defeat him last season while he was with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Redskins have never beaten the Cowboys in the Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott era, and it’ll be a whole lot tougher than ever with the defense they’re bringing to town. DeMarcus Lawrence, Jaylon Smith, Leighton Vander Esch, and maybe even Sean Lee are definitely going to help the cause of the Hot Boyz.