Around the NFC East on Sunday….

 

Washington Redskins: Game was ugly and I think that is being nice. Beck was okay in his start, his stats from the game read below:

Name C/ATT Yards Avg TD Int
J. Beck 22/37 279 7.5 1 1 80.8

They ended up losing the game 33-20, had three turnovers, and were 5-12 on third downs. Meanwhile Cam Newtown was efficient with one TD and no INTs.  The Panthers also held the balls for over 35 minutes running a total of 64 plays. It appears that the Redskins are a far cry from the team they were at the start of the season. They are now 3-3 on the season.

Dallas Cowboys: Was it there bye week? Nope, but it might of seemed liked it; they were playing the win less Rams. The Cowboys had a commanding performance beating the Rams 34-7. Romo played well and DeMarco Murray dominated. The stats are below:

 

C/ATT Yards Avg TD Int
T. Romo 14/24 166 6.9 2 0 107.3

 

Car Yards Avg TD
D. Murray 25 253 10.1 1 91

The Dallas Cowboys took care of business like they were suppose to. Not a whole lot to say about this game. The NFC East is quickly bunching up again.

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, DeMarco Murray, John Beck, Tony Romo, Washington Redskins

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