Through 3 quarters
A good path to victory is simply to outsmart your opponent on the field, and it works so far for the Dallas Cowboys (at 465 yards versus 176 yards). They unwrapped a big 49-7 lead against the Washington soccer team after three quarters. Dallas bet on the performance of QB Dak Prescott, who had four touchdowns and 330 yards on 39 attempts.
The Cowboys were led by Prescott, who so far has four touchdowns and 330 yards on 39 attempts. Prescott’s performance made up for a slower game against the New York Giants last week.
With four sacks, the Dallas defense was a real threat to Washington’s offensive line. We’ll see how many sacks Dallas can scare the rest of the game.
Washington @ Dallas
Current records: Washington 6-8; Dallas 10-4
What there is to know
After three games on the road, the Dallas Cowboys return 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 on the 27-20 victory they won against Washington when they already played in December.
Dallas passed the New York Giants with points to lose last week, winning the game 21-6. No one had an offensive game offensively for Dallas, but they did have scores from TE Dalton Schultz and RB Ezekiel Elliott. Quarterback Dak Prescott had a 133.90 passer rating.
The Dallas defense was a presence, as it had three interceptions and one fumble. These interceptions were spread over their entire defensive unit.
Meanwhile, Washington scored first but ultimately less than the Philadelphia Eagles in their game on Tuesday. Washington fell in Philadelphia 27-17. The game was a 10-10 draw at halftime, but Washington was dominated the rest of the game. One thing that held back Washington was the mediocre play of QB Garrett Gilbert, who did not have his best game: he only managed 194 yards in 31 attempts. Gilbert had a passer rating of 117.10.
Dallas’ victory took them to 10-4 while Washington’s loss brought them down to 6-8. We’ll see if the Cowboys can repeat their recent success or if Washington rebounds and reverses its fortunes.
How to watch
- When: Sunday at 8:20 p.m. ET
- Or: AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
- TV: NBC
- To follow: CBS Sports app
- Cost of the ticket: $ 71.06
History of the series
Dallas has won nine of its last 13 games against Washington.
- December 12, 2021 – Dallas 27 vs. Washington 20
- November 26, 2020 – Washington 41 v Dallas 16
- October 25, 2020 – Washington 25 vs. Dallas 3
- December 29, 2019 – Dallas 47 v Washington 16
- Sep 15, 2019 – Dallas 31 vs. Washington 21
- November 22, 2018 – Dallas 31 vs. Washington 23
- October 21, 2018 – Washington 20 vs. Dallas 17
- November 30, 2017 – Dallas 38 vs. Washington 14
- October 29, 2017 – Dallas 33 v Washington 19
- November 24, 2016 – Dallas 31 vs. Washington 26
- September 18, 2016 – Dallas 27 vs. Washington 23
- January 03, 2016 – Washington 34 vs. Dallas 23
- December 07, 2015 – Dallas 19 v Washington 16