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The defense showed up in a big way early and even though the offense couldn't match serve from the outset -- landing only two field goals on the two aforementioned takeaways -- the Cowboys taking the lead early forced the hand of the Redskins offense, who couldn't match suit.
By the time the third quarter was over, the Redskins defense was gassed and Dak Prescott linked with Cooper to blow the top off of the scoreboard.
The Cowboys haven't lost a game all season wherein they scored at least 30 points, and they'll take that streak into the offseason.
There was seemingly nothing Washington could do to extend drives against Dallas, at one point going one for nine on third-down conversion attempts.
That led to early outs often for Case Keenum and Co. On the other side of the ball, the extensive time spent on the field stole all of the wind from a Redskins defense that initially had the Cowboys offense completely out of sorts.
With the fatigue came big plays allowed, and it was over from there. Three words on behalf of Amari Cooper, who set the Cowboys up to extend their lead early with this stellar yard catch: You got Mossed.
There were many highlights from the Cowboys in this victory, but Gallup had such a day that he deserves not one, but two votes for Play of the Game -- because both of these catches should be a felony charge.
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The following browsers are supported: Chrome, Edge v80 and later , Firefox and Safari. Got it! The chickens and the smugglers went unspotted until halftime, when a stadium usher noticed a man guarding the crates and heard the chickens.
As it turned out, the "official" was actually Redskins general manager Dick McCann. The following year and the night before the third Redskins-Cowboys match-up in less than a year, pranksters sneaked into Marshall's hotel suite and dropped off a large turkey in the bathroom.
When Marshall went into the bathroom, the turkey puffed up and gobbled at him, causing Marshall to flee his room.
Just minutes before kickoff, while " Hail to the Redskins " blared throughout the stadiums, four banners reading "CHICKENS" — one at each yard line and one in each end zone center — were unfurled in the stadium's upper decks.
By this time, the band was playing the National Anthem , therefore unable to move. The lone chicken-acrobat reached into this bag and released a chicken, then returned to his egg-throwing.
Running to a sideline, he then attempted to leave the stadium by jumping over a bench, but slipped. A group of security guards then apprehended him, but he was able to break free.
He made it back to the yard line, turned a cartwheel, then ran and flopped onto the yard line. By this time, only aware that the National Anthem was over, the two teams rushed onto the field in the middle of the chaos.
In the midst of the ruckus, the man made it off the field and into the stands. Although the real chicken was caught, the acrobat-chicken was never apprehended.
The next day, while reporting the 38—10 Cowboys victory, the Dallas News scoring summary ended with, Attendance, and one chicken.
From through , the Redskins and Cowboys, led by Sonny Jurgensen and Don Meredith respectively, played four games against each other that produced a combined total of points with only ten points of overall difference between the two teams.
November 28, , DC Stadium: The Cowboys quickly took a 21—0 lead on a pass play, a running play and a yard fumble recovery.
Despite Jurgensen's yard touchdown pass to Charley Taylor , the fans in the stands called for him to be benched in favor of second-string quarterback Dick Shiner.
However, Jurgensen then drove the Redskins down field for a second touchdown to cut the Cowboys lead to 24— They then scored a rushing touchdown to make it 24— But just when the Redskins were gaining momentum, Meredith tossed a yard scoring touch to Frank Clarke.
Jurgensen was then able to throw another touchdown pass to Bobby Mitchell to make it 31— The Redskins got the ball back on their yard line with less than two minutes to go.
After working his way down the field, Jurgensen passed to tight end Angelo Coia to give the Redskins their first lead, 34—31, with about one minute to play.
But Meredith was not done either. He drove the Cowboys to the Redskins yard line with seven seconds to go. Danny Villanueva was then brought in and attempted a tying field goal, but it was blocked by Redskins defensive back Lonnie Sanders.
Final: Redskins, 34 — Cowboys, November 13, , DC Stadium: In the second quarter with the score 7—6 Dallas, Meredith threw a yard touchdown to Bob Hayes , followed in the third quarter with a yard repeat, making the score 21—7.
Then Washington scored three consecutive times with Jurgensen's 4-yard pass to Jerry Smith and yard pass to Charley Taylor, followed by a Charlie Gogolak field goal, giving them the lead, 23— Meredith then drove the Cowboys down field to set up a one-yard touchdown run by Dan Reeves.
But the Redskins matched their score on a drive ending with Jurgensen's yard scoring pass to Taylor, making it 30— Meredith got the ball back with no timeouts and the Redskins playing deep prevent.
Somehow, he was able to drive them to the Redskins The Redskins mounted a strong pass rush to push the Cowboys out of field goal range. But apparently it was too strong.
Meredith was hit just as he scrambled out of bounds. The penalty put the Cowboys on the Redskins 12 for an easy Villanueva field goal. Final: Cowboys, 31—Redskins, December 11, , The Cotton Bowl: The Redskins took a 10—7 lead at the half after linebacker John Reger recovered a block punt and ran it in for a score.
But Danny Villanueva then kicked a tying yard field goal for the Cowboys and Bob Hays caught a yard pass for the 17—10 lead. The Redskins tied it up on Bobby Mitchell's yard reception from Jurgensen.
The Cowboys regained the lead when Dan Reeves broke for a yard touchdown run, making it 24— But the Redskins then drove the field and scored on Jurgensen's yard pass to Jerry Smith, only to have the Cowboys regain the lead with a six-yard touchdown run by Don Perkins , making it 31—