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Newy's Instant Analysis: Cowboys Beat Washington

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Cowboys' Offense Too Much for Washington Defense

    Newy Scruggs and JP Finlay of NBCSN in Washington break down the Cowboys' 31-21 Week 2 win over the Redskins. (Published Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019)

    WHAT IT MEANS
    The Cowboys started off the road portion of their schedule at Fed Ex Field against Washington. They win 31-21.

    Cowboys are 2-0 in the NFC East.

    Dallas has made the playoffs 20 out of 23 times they have started 2-0. In 2015, Dallas started 2-0 and missed the playoffs.

    TURNING POINT
    I will say on the Cowboys fourth drive when Dak Prescott completed four straight passes that ended with a 51-yard touchdown pass to Devin Smith to cap off a 97-yard drive. Dallas would roll off three consecutive scoring drives after that.

    Cowboys Offense Posts 2nd Straight 30-Point Game

    [DFW] Cowboys Offense Posts 2nd Straight 30-Point Game

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, running back Ezekiel Elliott, offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and director of player personnel Stephen Jones react to the team's 31-21 win over the Washington Redskins Sunday afternoon. For more video, visit DallasCowboys.com and NFL.com.

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019)

    PLAYER OF THE GAME
    Dak Prescott is playing with command, control and confidence. Prescott threw three more TD passes on Sunday. He threw four touchdown passes in Week 1 against the Giants.

    The final stat line 26-30 269 yards 3 TD, 1 INT and 69 yards rushing.

    KEY STAT
    18 straight completions for Prescott, a career high for him.

    Zeke Elliott had 111 yards and one rushing TD. 

    WHAT’S NEXT
    The Cowboys host the lowly Miami Dolphins at JerryWorld next week. Miami host the New England Patriots in Week 2. Miami lost Sunday.

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