The gap could certainly be wider, but all the same, Dallas leads Washington 20-7 at half.
A Gerald Sensabaugh interception gave Dallas the ball at Washington’s 27 yard line, and from there, the Cowboys needed just three plays to hit pay-dirt. The Cowboys’ first touchdown came on a three-yard touchdown pass from Jon Kitna to Miles Austin.
Buehler added a 20-yarder to bring the Dallas lead to 13 before the Redskins struck back, on a touchdown pass from Rex Grossman to Ryan Torain. Dallas answered quickly with a nine play, 97 yard drive, punctuated with a 14 yard touchdown pass from Kitna to Jason Witten.
Buehler missed on a 35 yard attempt as time ran out on the half.
At intermission, it’s Dallas 20, Redskins 7.
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