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Bengals up next for America’s Team
The Dallas Cowboys defense has begun to catch up with their offense and especially CB Moris Clairborne who is finally living up to his draft selection. Clairborne finished the game with seven tackles, one tackle for a loss, one deflection and an interception returned for 27 yards.
“I remember walking around telling the training staff, ‘I’m going to get you one,’” Claiborne said. “I even told our linebackers coach, ‘Hey, I’m going to get you one.’ It just so happened that I came back over with one.”
Win important divisional game.
The Dallas Cowboys overcame two fumbles from rookie Ezekiel Elliott and a bad onside kick call to overcome the Washington Redskins at Fed Ex Field in Landover.
Dak Prescott lead the Cowboys without an interception going 22/30 for 292 yards while rookie Ezekiel Elliott finished the game with 21 rushes for 83 yards, a touchdown and two fumbles (one lost). The onside call came at an awkward moment with 5:47 left in the third quarter and while holding the lead.
Division Rivals meet in season opener
The Dallas Cowboys will kick off the season against division rival New York Giants this Sunday in AT&T Stadium. The game, for both teams is as an important a game opener as you can get – being a division game, but for the Cowboys, this is much bigger.
This season was supposed to be the opposite of what happened last and when the ginger Tony Romo went down in the third play from scrimmage, the season flashed before the eyes of America’s Team before it even started and once again the record of 1-11 without Tony Romo loomed large.