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• This was always going to be a very tough game for Washington head coach Jay Gruden. He has an injury-depleted team that was playing a road game in a short week, as well as breaking in a new quarterback. Notwithstanding all of that, Gruden did a pretty good job of keeping the Redskins in this game late into the fourth quarter.
• A couple of years ago, many commentators felt the Dallas offensive line was the best in football. This no longer is the case. Quarterback Dak Prescott often has to throw from a dirty pocket, and the lack of Integrity in that unit at the moment is going to be the one thing that will hold the Cowboys back.
• Washington’s defense continues to play hard and keep their squad in games. In this game, Dallas had four chances in the first half to take a two-possession lead but Washington’s defense continues to be stout, led by two promising interior defensive linemen in Da’Ron Payne and Jonathan Allen.
• The Dallas defense continues to gain confidence. This is a fast and aggressive unit that is relentless in pursuit. It will be interesting to see how they match up in their next game against the Saints.