Is Cowboys’ Close Victory Over Redskins Reason To Worry?

Posted: 23rd November 2009 by James Williamson in NFL
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The Redskins-Cowboys rivalry has always been intense. The Redskins have three Super Bowls to go along with their two NFL Championships, while Dallas has five Super Bowl wins of their own. However, to my great delight, the Redskins have struggled greatly as of late due to the ineptness of owner Daniel Snyder, who makes Al Davis not look half bad, and general manager Vinny Cerrato, who has neglected several key positions.á The Redskins have had a repugnant offense this season. Before the Cowboys game, they had 140 points over nine games. Dallas, however, had one of theábest offenses in the league, averaging nearly 25 points per game. For Sunday's matchup, the Redskins offense did not have Chris Samuels, Clinton Portis, or Chris Cooley. In other words, the Redskins' offense was supposed to ...

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