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Thursday, November 24, 2016 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Cowboys 31, Redskins 26The Redskins played the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day. Both star Cowboys rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot scored two touchdowns each. Meanwhile, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins threw for over 400 yards for the second time this season. The Cowboys continue to extend their franchise record of 10 wins in a row after defeating the Redskins 31-26.
Sunday, September 19, 2016 at FedEx Field (Washington, DC) Cowboys 27, Redskins 23Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott had a phenomenal game and helped lead the Cowboys to victory. Prescott ran for a six yard touchdown, and went 22 for 30, throwing just shy of 300 yards for the game. Redskins quarterback, Kirk Cousins threw an interception in the fourth quarter that eventually led to a go-ahead game winning touchdown from the Cowboys. The Cowboys defeated the Redskins 27-23.
Sunday, January 3, 2015 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Redskins 34, Cowboys 23The final game of the 2015 regular season for both the Redskins and the Cowboys featured one team ready to start a playoff run and the other planning for the future. The Cowboys were looking to get out of a disaterous season without Tony Romo, and once again turned to Kellen Moore under center, to try and give him crucial experience, and evaluate what his potential as a starter, or backup down the road might be. Moore played one of his best games of his career, passing for more than 420 yards, and 3 touchdowns for the Cowboys. But 2 interceptions and a combined 4 touchdown passes from Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy sent the Redskins over the top and cemented their NFC East title.
Sunday, December 7, 2015 at FedEx Field (Washington, DC) Cowboys 19, Redskins 16The first Cowboys vs Redskins matchup of the 2015 season didn't come until the 13th week of the season. The Cowboys and Redskins entered the game trending in opposite directions, as Dallas continued to reel from the loss of Tony Romo, and the emergence of Kirk Cousins had the Redskins trending in the right direction. The first three quarters of the game were marked by defense and turnovers, as the Cowboys and Redskins combined for 4 total fumbles, and only 12 points combined. But that all changed int he 4th quarter as both teams scored their only touchdowns of the game. The game came down to a 54 yard field goal from Dallas kicker Dan Bailey, who drilled it through the uprights with only 9 seconds remaining, giving the Cowboys their first win without Tony Romo.
Sunday, December 28, 2014 at FedEx Field (Washington, DC) Cowboys 44, Redskins 17 The Dallas Cowboys poured it in on the Redskins in the final game of the regular season crushing Washington 44-17. With DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant grabbing franchise milestones on back to back plays, the Cowboys were nearly perfect in Washington. The Redskins were hurt by turnovers combining for a total of 4, two fumbles and two interceptions. With the win the Cowboys remain undefeated on the road, a factor that will surely play into their playoff run in January.
Monday, October 27, 2014 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Redskins 20, Cowboys 17 The Texas native, Colt McCoy, got the start for Washington in what turned into a coming home party for the former Longhorn star. McCoy found the endzone early in the 4th quarter to take a 17-10 lead while Tony Romo made his way to the locker room due to re-injuring his back. With Brandon Weeden at the helm, the Cowboys would drive the field and send the game to overtime with a 25 yard pass to Jason Witten. With Romo back in the saddle for OT, the Cowboys were looking at a 92 yard drive to keep the game alive after a Redskins field goal which would come down to be the deciding factor in the Washington win 20-17.
Sunday, December 22, 2013 at FedEx Field (Washington, DC) Cowboys 24, Redskins 23 While the Redskins had given way to the remainder of their season in hopes of shedding new light on next season's goals, the Cowboys found themselves in a must win situation. The Tony Romo all Cowboys fans love showed up in a big way to connect with DeMarco Murray on fourth down for the game winning touchdown. Unfortunately in doing so the Cowboys starter injured is back knocking him out of the last game of the season. The Cowboys barely survived in Washington D.C. but were able to snag a one point win at FedEx Field 24-23.
Sunday, October 13, 2013 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Cowboys 31, Redskins 16 The Redskins dominated the box score, but the Cowboys won where it mattered in a crucial NFC East game that kept the Cowboys in 1st place at 3-3 and dropped the Skins to 1-4. The Redskins made it close late in the 3rd on a 45-yard TD run by Alfred Morris, but the Cowboys defense hunkered down and Joseph Randle punched in a 1-yard TD run late to seal it for the Cowboys.
Sunday, December 30, 2012 at FedEx Field (Washington, DC) Redskins 28, Cowboys 18 Washington came up big with the season on the line, as they advanced to the playoffs by beating the Cowboys 28-18 in the final week of the season. Alfred Morris rushed for 200 yards and 3 TDs on 33 carries, decimating the weak Cowboys defense. Tony Romo threw an interception late in the contest to help seal it for the Redskins and punch their ticket to the postseason, as well as ending Dallas’.
Thursday, November 22, 2012 at Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX) Redskins 38, Cowboys 31 Over 400 passing yards from Tony Romo wasn’t enough as the Cowboys came up short after being down 35-13 in the 4th quarter. The win gave both the Redskins and Cowboys a 5-6 record, but also handed Washington a crucial win if the division comes down to tiebreakers. RGIII was 19-for-27 for 304 yards and 4 TDs and only one interception in the victory.