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Who Was MV(Redskin) at Dallas?

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 14, 2013 – 4:30 pm



Coaches and players have the occupational obligation to pore over film today, searching for what went wrong in a 31-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys last night.

Hopefully you can appreciate some things went right, including standout individual plays and performances. The Redskins fell short on the road, but at least three players gave them opportunities to capture the momentum at AT&T Stadium.

Here are your nominees for MV(Redskin) from Cowboys week.

Robert Griffin III: The quarterback directed a read-option attack that gashed the Cowboys for 433 yards. Refreshed from the bye week, Griffin III logged season highs in carries (9) and yards (77). For the fourth time in his career, the signal caller posted 200-plus passing yards and 75-plus rushing yards in the same contest. Two more such performances will tie him with Michael Vick and Randall Cunningham in that category.

Alfred Morris: He gave it his best Big Papi, continuing a string of strong performances against the Cowboys. In three career games against Dallas, Morris has 73 carries for 394 yards and five rushing touchdowns. His 45-yard touchdown sprint capped off with a signature home run swing gave the Redskins hope in the third quarter.

Rob Jackson: The linebacker knows how to knock of the rust, notching his fifth career interception in his first action back from a four-game suspension.

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One Response to “Who Was MV(Redskin) at Dallas?”

  1. By goodellisruiningtheleague on Oct 14, 2013 | Reply

    Dallas’ special teams. No Redskins player was worth a damn all game

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