Cowboys keep their season alive with a huge 38-14 win over the Redskins, Alfred Morris rushes for over 100 yards and 1 touchdown:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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Things were looking dire for the Dallas Cowboys entering tonightā€™s game with a 5-6 record but Dak Prescott and company kept their foot on the gas. Prescott finished the night with 102 passing yards, 2 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. It wasnā€™t a great night in terms of yardage for Prescott but at last he threw for 2 touchdowns, didnā€™t turn over the ball, and secured the win. Alfred Morris also starred in this one rushing for 127 yards and 1 touchdown. Morris used to play for the Redskins so it had to be a sweet night for him. Dez Bryant also made some plays for the Dallas offense finishing with 61 receiving yards and 1 touchdown. Bryant was able to out jump a Redskins defender on a 50/50 ball in the 4th quarter for a big Cowboysā€™ score. Jason Witten and Rod Smith both punched in touchdowns for Dallas too and overall it was a strong showing for Americaā€™s Team. Kirk Cousins did all he could for the Redskins but there just wasnā€™t enough successful plays to win. Cousins threw for 251 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions however Washington couldnā€™t overcome their slow start. Ryan Grant caught 1 touchdown and added 76 yards through the air. Josh Doctson also grabbed a touchdown from Cousins late in the game that would be it for the Redskins offense though. Demarcus Lawrence played out of his mind for Rod Marinelliā€™s defensive unit. Lawrence chalked up 4 tackles, 2 sacks, and 1 forced fumble. Anthony Hitchens had himself quite a game as well he ended up tallying 15 combined tackles. Zach Brown continued to lead the way for the Redskins D, he had a team high 7 tackles. D.J Swearinger did all he could for Jay Grudenā€™s ball club coming up with 6 defensive stops. The home crowd was rocking from start to finish and thatā€™s because the Cowboys put together a strong four quarter performance. Jerry Jonesā€™s dreams are alive and well with only four games remaining in the season, theyā€™ll have to win out if they hope to get into the playoffs.

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