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Washington vs. Dallas: Cowboys Win 57-14

Dec 26, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) is tackled by Washington Football Team defensive tackle Daron Payne (94) and defensive tackle Jonathan Allen (93) during the first quarter at AT&T Stadium. (Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports)

Washington vs. Dallas is the game everyone watches because of the rivalry. Tonight it got worse.

The Dallas Cowboys (11-4) had 300 yards passing in their 56-14 win against the Washington Football Team (6-9). They scorched the Washington Defense, raking in roughly 40 plus points. Washington Defensive Linemen Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne were even fighting on the sidelines. In context, it wasn’t against the Cowboys, but themselves.

Meanwhile, the Cowboys scored four touchdowns and made the Washington offense nonexistent. That was only the First Half. Late in the Third Quarter, punter Tress Way’s punt gets blocked and returned for a touchdown. There was nothing good about this game. It was all about…Dem Boys.

Washington QB Taylor Heinicke finished with 121 yards passing, one touchdown, two interceptions. Running back Jaret Patterson had nine carries for 33 yards. That’s about it. Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was 28 out of 49 for 330 yards, four touchdowns. Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliot had nine carries for 37 yards, one touchdown, and three different Cowboys receivers caught a touchdown. Domination is the only word that describes Sunday’s loss. Any other words would be NSFW. With players coming on and off their reserve/COVID-19 list, everyone saw a game like this coming. No one could have known which Washington Football Team would show up.

Washington vs. Dallas: Rivera Unshaken, Unphased

WFT Head Coach Ron Rivera told media after the game that when you’ve played the game long enough, you’re gonna get beat like this. “How you respond to it, how you play, how you bounce back, how you play tells more about who you are than anything else.”

In regards to the sideline spat between Allen and Payne, Rivera said he talked with them and is not pursuing disciplinary measures. He attributed the frustration to the team dealing with most of their roster on the reserve/COVID-19 list. “It’s all tied together. I mean, if you look at the things that have happened in the past couple of weeks, you know, we’ve dealt with a lot but that’s football…We didn’t handle it very well tonight, that’s disappointing.”

Washington’s next game is Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles (8-7).

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