After the Washington Redskins ended the Cowboys’ season with a 28-18 victory in Landover, Maryland, Dallas owner and general manager Jerry Jones admitted that he was impressed with the team.
“I’m impressed with the way the Redskins are put together across the board,” Jones said, per the Dallas Morning News. “They’re going to be formidable as the Cowboys look to the future, and we have to look where we are within our division and we’ll look and see just exactly how to approach a team that has some of the players they’ve got and good coaching they’ve got."
“We’ve got a big challenge ahead of us. They’re of course in the tournament and we get to sit at home and start thinking about how to get in the tournament. This is very disappointing. We have players that also have fought hard all year, but it did not get it done and one of my jobs is basically evaluate, analyze and make decisions in the off-season that can help us be in better shape when I’m standing here going into the playoffs.”
Indeed, Dallas will be seeing a lot of Robert Griffin III in the near future. The Redskins’ quarterback is a rookie (of course), and just 22-years-old.
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