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Fourth Quarter Conclusions: #DALvsWAS

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 13, 2013 – 10:50 pm

(AP)

(AP)

On one run, Alfred Morris more than doubled his rushing yards and put the Redskins back in the game. With a 45-yard burst, Morris gave the Redskins some much needed momentum. The defense responded with its second consecutive three and out.

Special teams continued to hurt Washington. Dwayne Harris returned a kickoff 90 yards on the Cowboys’ first possession of the half, and Dallas did what Washington could not, scored a touchdown inside the 20. Tony Romo found Terrance Williams in the end zone.

The start of the fourth quarter found the Redskins driving with a chance to take the lead.

Here is your running summary.

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Alfred Morris With A Beauty–Touchdown!

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 13, 2013 – 10:43 pm

(AP Image)

(AP Image)

Whoever said Alfred Morris doesn’t have wheels is probably burying themselves in their Cowboys Snuggie right now.

Right as the telecast started highlighting the Redskins struggles on the ground tonight; Morris burst through for his third touchdown of the season.

Not only was it a beauty, it was the longest of his career.

(Via Bleacher Report)

(Via Bleacher Report)

 


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Papa John’s Redskins Touchdown Special

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 13, 2013 – 10:38 pm

(AP photo)

(AP photo)

It’s Redskins Day at Papa John’s.

A day after every Redskins game, fans can order a large cheese pizza for only $9.99, plus for each touchdown the Redskins score, fans get one free topping.

papa johnsAnd with a Redskins victory, fans get double the toppings.

That 45-yard touchdown run by Alfred Morris gets you one free topping — hopefully it isn’t the last!

Who’s hungry?


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Third Quarter Thoughts: #DALvsWAS

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 13, 2013 – 10:04 pm

(AP)

(AP)

For the Redskins, the first half was defined by missed opportunities and two crazy special teams plays.

Washington looked to capture momentum with a turnover on a punt, when Sav Rocca’s kick bounced into a Dallas player and looked to be recovered. The officials ruled the Cowboy was blocked into ball, and Dallas retained possession.

A presnap penalty nullified another clean punt for the Redskins, and Dwayne Harris made Washington pay on the second kick with an 86-yard return.

Jordan Reed was a bright spot with four catches for 58 yards, and Robert Griffin III displayed the elusive pocket presence and quick running that made him such a threat last year.

Here is your running update of the third quarter:

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Jordan Reed–Cowboy Ankle Enemy

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 13, 2013 – 10:01 pm

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(AP Image)

If there’s one player that has maximized his playing time through the first five games of the season, it’s rookie tight end Jordan Reed.

Some questioned the decision to draft a tight end in the third round this year, but few are still harboring doubt with every passing, jaw-dropping play.

Once again when Robert Griffin III needed someone to bail him out, the rookie out of the University of Florida was there for him and just made an absolutely sick ankle breaking move on Barry Church.

Check it out:

Shook


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Deja Vu–Rob Jackson Intercepts Romo

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 13, 2013 – 9:15 pm

 

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(AP Image)

You knew it was only a matter of time before Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo confused one of his targets with Rob Jackson.

Early in the second quarter, just like he did in Week 17 last year, Romo’s pass found the hands of Jackson.

Welcome back Rob!

(Via Bleacher Report)

(Via Bleacher Report)


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Durant Predicts Tonight’s Rival Game

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 13, 2013 – 9:04 pm

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All those talking heads in the booth can say what they want about the Washington Redskins but they don’t bleed burgundy and gold like Oklahoma Thunder forward and lifelong ‘Skins fan Kevin Durant.

I already highlighted Durant’s fandom in comparison to Ohio native/Cowboys “fan” LeBron James earlier, but the fun doesn’t stop there.

Unlike the Miami Heat star, Durant actually understands the magnitude of this rivalry and is in attendance tonight.

Redskins.com caught up with Durant, donning a “Redskins Just Do it.” Burgundy t-shirt (I need to get me one of those), and asked him his prediction for tonight.

Star struck like the rest of us, Durant also tweeted out this nostalgic, 14-word statement by NFL Commissioner Rodger Goodell that will forever live in Redskins history.

Hail to the Redskins!


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Second Quarter Summary: #DALvsWAS

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 13, 2013 – 9:02 pm

(AP image)

(AP image)

The Redskins defense offered little resistance on an opening drive touchdown for the Cowboys, but Washington’s offense looked to be equally effective with a strong first drive. But the Redskins stalled in one trip to the red zone. Washington came away with a field goal.

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First Quarter Happenings: #DALvsWAS

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 13, 2013 – 8:21 pm

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(AP image)

The early state of the NFC East is such that a 1-3 record is not cause for alarm, especially with four division games remaining after tonight. Philadelphia’s win over Tampa Bay means the Redskins are not competing for a share of first place in the division, but a win at AT&T stadium could still have major implications later in the season.

No one is picking the Redskins to beat the Cowboys. As a football team, that’s where you want to be. Washington could also see a schematic advantage with two weeks to craft a game plan. The Cowboys could still be hung over from a game that slipped through their fingers, a 51-48 loss to the Broncos sealed by another Tony Romo interception.

Statistically speaking, this matchup features two poor defenses. I would expect some offensive fireworks, but I’m also of the opinion that in a rivalry game, a lot of expectations go out the window early. Let’s see what happens.

Here is your running summary of the first quarter in Dallas:

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Results In–Predicted Points Vs. DAL High

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 13, 2013 – 6:14 pm

Pierre Garcon, Mike Jenkins

Last season the Washington Redskins not only scored 28 points to knock off the Cowboys in Week 17, but claimed the NFC East championship for the first time since 1999.

It was a fitting end to one of the greatest seasons in franchise history. Stagnant through the first nine games of the season except for a few Griffining cameos here and there, the Redskins used the momentum of a bye to carry them to a seven-game winning streak to end the season.

On a cold December night, the Redskins put all of their eggs in the basket of Alfred Morris. Not only did he run for 200 yards, but his three touchdown runs had the crowd screaming ‘Hail to the Redskins’ at the top of their lungs. As someone who was there I can tell you firsthand it brought chills down the spine.

Final score: Redskins win 28-18.

Fast-forward to this season and the potential is there. Yes, the offense’s effort has been spotty at times in the first half, but with two weeks to game plan, tonight may very well add up to the best offensive performance of the night.

Anyway, here are results of this week’s predict the points poll:

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