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Sunday 10/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




DALLAS (3 - 3) at WASHINGTON (3 - 2)
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Week 7 Sunday, 10/21/2018 4:25 PM
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DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-3+0.32-32-420.59.3319.5(5.6)
Road Games0-3-30-20-312.33.0275.7(5.1)2.019.712.3350.0(5.3)1.0
Last 3 Games2-1+1.31-12-127.314.3361.3(5.7)0.716.76.7349.3(6.2)1.3
Grass Games0-2-20-10-212.03.0262.0(4.8)1.517.510.0377.5(5.7)1.5
Division Games1-0+11-00-120.010.0298.0(6)
DALLAS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.59.318.830:4929-147(5.1)18-2862.0%172(6)57-319(5.6)(15.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.4112030:2026-118(4.4)21-3363.9%226(6.8)60-343(5.7)(14.6)
Offense Road Games12.33.016.029:2423-119(5.1)19-3160.9%156(5.1)54-276(5.1)(22.4)
Defense (All Games)17.27.818.030:3226-91(3.5)23-3370.4%224(6.9)59-315(5.4)(18.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.21120.330:1025-111(4.4)23-3664.9%249(7)61-360(5.9)(16.2)
Defense Road Games19.712.321.033:1934-116(3.4)22-3268.7%234(7.3)66-350(5.3)(17.8)
DALLAS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-641.5%1-050.0%1-29(25.1)2-21(9.1)6-47
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 13-539.5%1-044.1%2-39(22.4)13-2(6.1)7-55
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-537.2%0-00.0%1-22(22)3-39(12.9)8-57

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2-0.13-22-321.216.4344.0(5.4)1.020.811.2326.2(5.6)1.8
Home Games2-1-0.22-11-221.016.0336.0(5.4)0.718.310.0323.7(5.4)2.0
Last 3 Games2-1+1.12-12-124.319.3319.0(5.4)1.025.714.0379.0(6.3)1.7
Grass Games2-1-0.22-11-221.016.0336.0(5.4)0.718.310.0323.7(5.4)2.0
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.216.421.232:3229-117(4)22-3464.3%227(6.6)63-344(5.4)(16.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.214.621.231:1827-109(4.1)24-3468.5%256(7.4)61-365(6)(13.9)
Offense Home Games21.016.019.332:3628-121(4.3)22-3464.7%215(6.3)62-336(5.4)(16)
Defense (All Games)20.811.219.827:2822-90(4.1)24-3667.6%236(6.6)58-326(5.6)(15.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.711.621.230:3923-99(4.3)25-3965.5%261(6.7)62-359(5.8)(14.6)
Defense Home Games18.310.019.327:2421-95(4.5)25-3964.7%229(5.9)60-324(5.4)(17.7)
WASHINGTON - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 11-542.9%1-00.0%1-25(20.7)2-15(9.1)8-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.60.91.5 13-539.3%1-045.0%2-32(20.2)11-2(6.5)7-60
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-646.2%1-00.0%1-27(20.2)2-10(5.8)8-65
Average power rating of opponents played: DALLAS 18.5,  WASHINGTON 19.2
DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018@ CAROLINA8-16L3L42U22-9419-29-138132-14717-26-1461
9/16/2018NY GIANTS20-13W-3W41.5U25-13816-25-160017-3533-44-2201
9/23/2018@ SEATTLE13-24L2L39.5U19-16619-34-137339-11316-26-1820
10/7/2018@ HOUSTON16-19L3T45.5U29-9818-29-194231-8833-44-3742
10/21/2018@ WASHINGTON            
11/11/2018@ PHILADELPHIA            
11/18/2018@ ATLANTA            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018@ ARIZONA24-6W2W43.5U42-18221-30-247115-6820-34-1452
9/23/2018GREEN BAY31-17W2W46.5O35-16612-20-220117-10027-45-2401
10/8/2018@ NEW ORLEANS19-43L5.5L51.5O18-3923-39-244232-9826-29-3491
10/28/2018@ NY GIANTS            
11/11/2018@ TAMPA BAY            
DALLAS: With a tremendous offensive line and RB Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas will continue to lean on its productive run game. QB Dak Prescott developed nicely in his second season, but his receivers rarely created separation. With the loss of both WR Dez Bryan and TE Jason Witten, the passing game could be an all-out disaster in 2018. The WR and TE depth charts are a who's-who of third-string talent, which could make for a long season for Prescott. Dallas' defense was great when LB Sean Lee was on the field last year, allowing 16 PPG in games he played (and 29 PPG when he was hurt). The Cowboys hope first-round draft pick LB Leighton Vander Esch thrives as Lee's understudy. DE Demarcus Lawrence tallied 14.5 sacks last year and DT David Irving (seven sacks in eight games) has a chance to be special if he can get his personal life in order after serving a four-game PED suspension.
WASHINGTON: Head coach Jay Gruden gets the most out of his offense, and it's unlikely that Washington would have acquired QB Alex Smith if Gruden didn't think he could run the team effectively. While rookie RB Derrius Guice is promising and TE Jordan Reed dominates on the rare occasions when he's healthy, Washington has one of the weakest skill-position units in the league'certainly a downgrade from what Smith had in Kansas City. Washington showed some improvement in coordinator Greg Manusky's first season, but parted with promising, young CBs Kendall Fuller and Bashaud Breeland in the offseason. LBs Ryan Kerrigan and Zach Brown are solid, and there's hope for improvement up front with the addition of first-round draft pick DT Da'Ron Payne and the healthy return of 2017 first-rounder DE Jonathan Allen (who missed 11 games with a foot injury last season).
Cowboys trying to break cycle with win at Washington

The Dallas Cowboys head to the Washington Redskins on Sunday afternoon, setting up an unusually important game for one that falls so early on the schedule.

The Cowboys have won eight of the last 10 meetings with the Redskins, including five straight in Washington. But Dallas has lost on the road every odd week this season, beginning with the opener at Carolina. Reversing that trend would boost the Cowboys into the lead in the NFC East going into their bye week. However, a loss could dump Dallas into third place in the NFC East with a couple of weeks for the bad vibes to fester.

Likewise, Sunday's game gives the Redskins, who come off a victory over the Carolina Panthers, a chance to be two games over .500 for the first time since they were 8-6-1 after Week 16 of the 2016 season. Washington is 27-25-1 since the start of the 2015 season. At this time last year, the Redskins were 3-2. The year before they were 2-3. They won two games in a row just twice last season and never three.

In their past eight games following a win, the Redskins are 1-7.

"We've been hovering around .500 the last three years here, or four years, I guess it is," Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said. "That's something we have to do, we have to handle success equally as well as we handle adversity. These guys have to come in and prepare and understand what's at stake here every week. Every team is a different opponent with great challenges and Dallas is no different."

Neither team should have trouble getting emotionally ready to play this weekend as the Cowboys-Redskins has been a huge rivalry game for some time.

"Hopefully it doesn't take us to get our teeth kicked in like it did on Monday (against the Saints) for us to pick up our tempo in our focus and preparation," Gruden said. "For whatever reason we tend to have a flat game after a big win. That's something we have to talk about."

The Cowboys need to use the momentum they created with a 40-7 blasting of Jacksonville on Sunday.

"The mentality we played with, the spirit we played with, the physicalness and certainly the execution in all phases is what you want to accomplish week in and week out regardless of what the opponent is," Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said.

Dallas found its rhythm on offense against the Jaguars. Running back Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown and quarterback Dak Prescott found wide receiver Cole Beasley nine times for 101 yards and two touchdowns.

But the Cowboys still rank 29th in the NFL in yards per game and they won't convince their fans that they're fine without Dez Bryant and Jason Witten until they can perform well in a win on the road.

And Garrett knows that.

"Obviously we did some good things, running the football and throwing the football," Garrett said about Sunday's win over Jacksonville. "We were able to move it throughout the game. We cashed in on drives. Those are all things you aspire to do regardless of where you're playing."

Still, Dallas has struggled on the road against dual-threat quarterbacks this season. But Redskins quarterback Alex Smith hasn't been terribly potent as a passer or runner so far in his short tenure in Washington. He ranks 23rd in the NFL at 241 passing yards per game and has been less effective running than in the past as he has 60 yards on 27 carries. And he's been sacked 12 times in five games.

The key is getting off to a fast start. In their last two victories, the Redskins have scored early and often, putting opponents into a hole that's made them become more predictable and abandon the run.

"You love to come out starting fast, getting into a rhythm," Smith said. "Love to play four-quarter football, but obviously this is an NFL game, it's going to be a division game, it's going to be a physical game, hard fought. To expect that it's going to be smooth is unrealistic."

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