Even after two disastrous losses have left them a game back in the NFC East, the Dallas Cowboys control their playoff fate with two games to play.
Terrance Williams has been lost for this week to a hamstring injury, the 12th Dallas Cowboys player to injury his hamstring this season. Here is a look at the full injury report for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins game.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee will miss his second straight game with a sprained neck, and cornerback Brandon Carr says he will play against Washington after missing two days of practice because of illness.
The Cowboys may be walking into FedEx field on Sunday feeling superior the lowly 3-11 Redskins, but according the Owner/General Manager Jerry Jones, the team has a lot to lose.
LaVar Arrington played in his fair share of Cowboys-Redskins games during his career with Washington. But according to him, the rivalry is dead.
We’ve asked this question before and it’s time to do it again. What will you do this weekend to irritate the Redskins fan in your life?
Shut down a healthy quarterback in December so he can have remedial offseason work? Sounds like a solution for Tony Romo.
The Dallas Cowboys faced backup quarterbacks the last two weeks, and lost both games. Now, for the third game in a row, Dallas faces a backup quarterback as they face off with the Washington Redskins. Here is a look at the Redskins as Dallas enters a must win game.
When I first heard the cacophonous call for Daniel Snyder to change the name of his football team, I cringed. It felt like the sport we worshiped since childhood was under siege, crushed by the tide of groupthink.
Dwayne Harris already the NFL Special Teams Player of the Week award once this season, for impressive work as a gunner. Now, he is on pace to win his second, this time for his return game.
The Dallas Cowboys don’t have much room for Dwayne Harris at wide receiver. As a result, he might be about to need to make room on his mantle for yet another NFC Special-Teams Player of the Week Award.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray sprained a ligament in his left knee and defensive end DeMarcus Ware injured his right quad during a 31-16 victory over Washington on Sunday night.