Cowboys Rookies Too Much For Redskins in Thanksgiving 31-26 Setback in Dallas

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Rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott keep winning for the Cowboys, even with Kirk Cousins setting records for the Washington Redskins.

Prescott accounted for two touchdowns, Elliott ran for a pair of scores and the Cowboys extended their franchise regular-season record with a 10th straight victory, beating the Redskins 31-26 on Thursday.

Prescott tied Don Meredith’s club quarterback record from 50 years ago with his fifth rushing TD and the NFL-leading Cowboys (10-1) won despite 449 yards passing and three touchdowns from Cousins, the first Redskins quarterback with two 400-yard games in a season.

“You know you’re talking to someone who knows how hard this is to win 10 games in a row, and I do,” Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said. “I know how we’re getting it done, and we’re getting done by hard work and Dak’s a great example.”

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2 Responses to “Cowboys Rookies Too Much For Redskins in Thanksgiving 31-26 Setback in Dallas”

  1. BJ Rassam says:

    The Skins played their hearts out but at the end couldn’t contain the Boys.

  2. 007 says:

    Keep building those lines SCOTT. DL, OT in the top two rounds for the next two years.