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Rival Watch: Behind enemy lines (week three for the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants)

Rival Watch: Behind enemy lines Vol 2 (week three for the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants)

from Newsday

Cowboys rally in fourth quarter to beat Washington

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) dives into

Washington Redskins logo, recently has been the subject of much criticism due to possible racist native american themes. Combined with it's name it has received much controversy for the well established and known organization.


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CBS Sports breaks down who to pick in Cowboys Redskins matchup

Alex Duckenfield , 247 Sports Brady Quinn and the CBS Sports team discuss which team will come out on top. Keep reading...

Week 2 Warmup: Cowboys Redskins battle for 1st wins; Rams debut in L.A.

What's trending after Cowboys-Redskins: Jason Garrett throwing caution to the wind?

from Zone Report

Believe it: Cowboys, Redskins were once model franchises

Thom Loverro, The Washington Times ANALYSIS/OPINION: Welcome to the “Aura of Self Destruction” Bowl. The Dallas Cowboys come to FedEx Field Sunday, and it is a contest defined by dysfunction more than distinction, two organizations that have come to represent self destruction. No one has been a bigger opponent — yes, opponent — of the Dallas Cowboys than Jerry Jones, and no one has been a bigger opponent of the Washington Redskins than Daniel Snyder. This isn’t about the rivalry. It is about what both NFL franchises have come to represent in the 21st century — embarrassment. Yet they are among the richest and most financially successfully sports franchises in the world... Keep Reading