Sunday's matchup against the Dallas Cowboys was an excellent effort by the Washington Redskins defense. Unfortunately, it was wasted by the Redskins' offense inability to score points. After making Tony Romo look lessùthanùaverage (15-27, 158, 1 TD, 1 INT), the Redskins defense looked dominant against a supposedly explosive Dallas offense. And while Jason Campbell put up good numbers (24-37, 256, 1 INT), the offense couldn't muster the points necessary to win. Dallas can send a big thanks to Shaun Suisham. After going 12ù12 on field goals in the first nine games of the year, Suisham was 2ù4 for the day. The Washington Redskins found a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. The game was less about what the Dallas Cowboys did, and more about what the Washington Redskins failed to ...
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