Ten observations: Cowboys 18, Redskins 16 | John Keim
Rex Grossman was a flawed quarterback; the Redskins do not have a complete roster; they give up big plays on defense. And that’s what they are exiting the game too. Nothing changed about the outlook for them; they just reminded everyone that they’re far from a finished product.
Redskins-Cowboys: DeAngelo Hall’s postgame comments - DC Sports Bog
"It was a [bleeping] terrible call. I told the ref he should [bleeping] lose his job. Man, back up off me, man. Like I said, I told the ref after that call, that might have been the worst call of the game. He gonna get some demerit points for that call, because that wasn’t no facemask."
Redskins Not Quite Ready for Prime Time, Loss to Cowboys | NBC Washington
"This team has to learn how to say ‘were going to win. We’re going to win right now,’" Cooley said.
VIDEO: LaRon Landry Levels Laurent Robinson - SB Nation DC
About the only thing to cheer about today.
Redskins-Cowboys Winners & Losers | Mr. Irrelevant
Matt Terl with a solid roundup.
Redskins Fall In Dallas: Good and Bad " CBS Washington
Grant Paulsen gives a very complete recap of the game...who shined and who didn't. Gives some love to Rex.
Santana Moss: Missed opportunities
Post-game video of Moss saying offense didn't get it done while defense did.
Botched Snaps Almost Derails Comeback
"We've go to get the snap thing worked out," Romo said. "Costa said the D-line kept calling out the snap count. We'll get that worked out. We'll tell the league and see if that's something that can be fixed because you are not supposed to be able to do that."
DALY: Finishing touch eludes Redskins against Cowboys - Washington Times
About the only good thing about it, Barry Cofield said, is that the Redskins "don’t have as much time to sulk and feel bad."
Cowboys Corner: Felix gets it cranked up... finally
Felix Jones delivered his two longest runs of the season Monday night against the Redskins, breathing life into one of the worst running games in the NFL. Jones peeled off runs of 29 and 40 yards in the second half,...
Redskins-Cowboys report card | John Keim
Stephen Bowen played well vs. his former team for much of the game, taking advantage of a weak interior with several pressures. He made a crucial stop on first-and-goal from the 2-yard line late in the game.
Anthony Armstrong leaves with hamstring injury - Insider
No. 3 receiver fails to record a catch before he leaves the game for the night
London Fletcher Cowboys Stadium This Is Our House Video | SportsGrid
Video of Fletcher's pre-game speech on the Dallas star. The offense needs something like this.
ESPN: Tony Romo is super awesome and amazing - DC Sports Bog
As Monday night’s ESPN broadcast clearly proved, Tony Romo is basically the coolest and most studly quarterback, nay, human in the world.