Washington drove into Cowboys territory on its first drive, but punted from the 43 after Samaje Perine got stuffed on a screen pass.
Dallas went three-and-out to start, as Prescott couldn’t hook up with Dez Bryant on third down.
After playing on Thanksgiving, the Dallas Cowboys and Washington at least got a full week of rest before heading out there on Thursday Night Football. Washington will try to cling to fading playoff hopes when it hosts its bitter NFC East rivals at 8:25 p.m. ET on NBC and NFL Network (live streams at NBC Sports, Amazon Prime, and FuboTV).
Both teams are coming off underwhelming performances on Thanksgiving, but at least Washington eventually got the better of the New York Giants with a 20-10 win. At 5-6 each, the Cowboys and Washington desperately need a win to stay in the NFC Wild Card conversation. The Philadelphia Eagles are well ahead in the division with a 10-1 record, and will clinch the title outright if Dallas beats Washington.
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys still can’t adjust to life without Ezekiel Elliott, losing their last three games to fall out of the playoff picture. Their last loss was particularly humiliating, a 28-6 blowout at home against the Los Angeles Article source: https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2017/11/30/16708904/cowboys-washington-2017-live-scores-results-highlights-tnf
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