The Dallas Cowboys prepare to play against the Washington football team for the second time this season, the interesting thing about the second clash this year is that it occurs only two weeks after the first. Playing a division rival twice in three weeks isn’t something that fans too excited about, but the NFL will plan things as they see fit. However, the schedule has unfolded, with the Cowboys winning three in a row and looking to make four by sweeping another divisional rival the season as they have. New York Giants Last week.
The NFC East is obviously a very historic division and the Cowboys can take another division title with a win on Sunday (or maybe even before). The pressure remains on Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, Ezekiel Elliott and the rest of the offense to start playing at the same level of defense given that Micah Parsons, DeMarcus Lawrence, Randy Gregory, Trevon Diggs and all the rest played mad during the winning streak. Dallas has generated four take-home points in each of their last three games, all won by the club.
Washington will do their best to oppose Dallas, although their best hasn’t been good enough lately. It remains to be seen who will start as WFT quarterback on Sunday night, and after a short week Ron Rivera has a lot of work ahead of him.
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