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Redskins Fall to 0-2; Lose at Home to Cowboys 27-23

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Discussing Dak Prescott after the rookie quarterback’s first NFL victory, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones managed to throw in references to folks such as Troy Aikman, Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger — QBs with nine Super Bowl victories combined.

Not bad company for a guy who was a fourth-round draft pick and is only playing because Tony Romo is out with an injured back.

Prescott ran for a 6-yard TD , went 22 for 30 for 292 yards, and showed a veteran’s poise in the pocket, helping the Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins 27-23 on Sunday as he stayed turnover-free as a pro so far.

“He exudes confidence,” Jones said about Prescott. “He’s got a great supporting cast, but he’s using it.”

Dallas (1-1) won for only the second time in its past 16 games without Romo — and both of those victories came at Washington (0-2).

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2 Responses to “Redskins Fall to 0-2; Lose at Home to Cowboys 27-23”

  1. SCOTT mcCLOUGHAN fan says:

    At this rate, we’re lucky to win five.

    I see the locker-room is already feeding on frustration.

    Yes, Capt. KIRK sucked in both games.

    4th quarter late:

    He leaves a wide-open DeSHAUN JACKSON running free at the 15 for the go-ahead score, and instead tries toi force the ball into his favorite TE. What a cluster-f***

    He doesn’t look off his primary receiver in many instances. D has got to know where he’s going with the ball.

    But this latest loss is not all on him.

    MATT JONES is running well in the first half, but runs disappear from the offense when it counts the most.

    Nothing but plain-vanilla offense most of the time. Where’s the rabbit out of the hat plays to bamboozle the defense.

    Coaching at the top on both offense and defense is just not gettin’ it.

    I like a lot of the assistants and position coaches, but the defensive co-ordinator needs some fresh air. You can’t lay being gashed on the ground and in the air strictly on poor personnel.

    And my man SCOTT Mc is getting “football” players for these meatballs who are serving up this hash.


  2. SCOTT mcCLOUGHAN fan says:

    Read the rest of this article on ESPN.

    GOLSTON may have been missed, but it wasn’t readily apparant as the free roaming backs of the STEELERS the last game proved with GOLSTON in there.

    Things tightened up in this one and it showed. I think ZIGGY HOOD and BAKE are doing an excellent job, and with JENKINS as back-up should slow down opponant’s running even if they don’t shut it down completely.

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