The Cowboys travel to Washington to complete the season series against the lowly Redskins on Sunday night. The Redskins were dismantled by the New York Giants on Monday night and will want to show their new GM that they can bounce back and have a good showing at home. It'll be hard for the Redskins to generate some offense against the Cowboys. In the first matchup they managed just 324 yards of offense. Jason Campbell was sacked five times against the Giants and suffered a shoulder stinger but coach Jim Zorn has said he will start Sunday night. In his last game against the Cowboys, Campbell was 24 of 37 for 256 yards and one interception. This week he'll try to get the ball into the end zone. Part of Campbell's ineffectiveness this season is because his receivers aren't that good. Santan ...
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