Cowboys’ roster more than enough to make run at playoffs

ARLINGTON, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys discovered something crucial at a time when they most needed a glimmer of hope. Even with their best offensive player suspended and their best defensive player sidelined by injury, this team still has the ability to impress. It’s taken three games of ugliness — and plenty of steadily building criticism — for the Cowboys to prove that to themselves. The hard part now is sustaining that effort at a time when a playoff spot still lingers as a possibility.

The Cowboys’ 38-14 win over the Washington Redskins on Thursday night was the kind of butt-kicking Dallas had needed to inflict on somebody for well over a month. Dallas was riding a three-game losing streak coming into this contest. Its offense had turned into a running joke, one that stemmed from its inability to function while star running back Ezekiel Elliott served a six-game suspension for domestic violence. With a 5-6 record entering this contest, the Cowboys looked very much like a team clinging to its last breath in a season that had been tumultuous since it started.

The difference Thursday

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