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Owens Rolls Over Redskins in 28-23 Loss To Dallas

Washington Redskins wide receiver Keenan McCardell (80) is tackled by Dallas Cowboys cornerback Jacques Reeves (35) after picking up 32 yards on a pass play in the fourth quarter of their NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2007, in Irving, Texas. Dallas won, 28-23.

The injury-riddled Redskins played well, but got burned by a familiar playmaker in a 28-23 road loss to the Dallas Cowboys.  Tony Romo tossed four  touchdown passes to Terrell Owens to power the victory at Texas Stadium.   Owens tied a 37-year-old team mark for the most scoring strikes in one game, set by Bob Hayes in 1970.  The Cowboys are 9-1 under coach Wade Phillips for the first time since 1983.  For Washington, Jason Campbell went 33-of-54 for 348 yards with two touchdown passes and a key interception late by Terence Newman.  The “Burgundy and Gold” has dropped three of its last four.  Santana Moss caught nine balls for 121 yards and a score.  Washington now heads to Tampa Bay this coming Sunday with a 5-5 record. 


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