Patrick McDermott

Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins Week 17

In-game updates for the Week 17 match-up.

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Redskins Beat Dallas, Clinch Division

Washington beat the Dallas Cowboys in D.C. on the last week of the NFL Regular Season, winning the division and clinching a home playoff game.

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Rob Jackson Delivers With Interception

After the Redskins had to punt the ball away, Rob Jackson has halted a Dallas drive with a huge interception for the Redskins. It is Romo's third interception of the day, and puts Washington in great position - in Dallas territory with three minutes left and a three-point lead. The interception comes just a few plays after Robert Griffin III was sacked for a 13-yard loss on third down, and directly after a 14-yard pass from Romo to Witten.

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Cowboys Within Three After Ogletree Touchdown

A Dwayne Harris punt return led to a pair of perfect passes from Tony Romo, and the Redskins now trail 21-18. Harris returned a Sav Rocca punt 39 yards with just under seven minutes left in the game, and Rocca brought him down with a horse collar tackle, adding another 15 yards to the play. Three plays later, Romo found Kevin Ogletree with a ten-yard pass in the corner of the end zone, and found Harris in the same spot on the two-point attempt. Admittedly, both were very good throws from Romo, and Harris in particular made a fantastic grab on the conversion.

With 5:50 left, Washington will try and further their lead while running out the clock as much as possible.

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Morris Runs For 32-Yard Touchdown, 21-10

After a 48-yard field goal by Dan Bailey on the previous drive, the Redskins have furthered their lead. Robert Griffin III ran for 17 yards before completing two passes for a combined 26 yards, to Santana Moss and Pierre Garcon. Alfred Morris then ran 32 yards to the left side, zig-zagging his way through the Cowboy defense for the touchdown. Washington now leads 21-10.

Morris has run 24 times for 172 yards and two touchdowns, breaking the Redskins' single-season rushing record. The yardage is a career-high, and the sixth time this season he has eclipsed 100 yards. The two scores also tie a career-high.

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Griffin Scores, Redskins Take 14-7 Lead

Robert Griffin III has run for a ten yard touchdown to cap off a nine-play, 82-yard drive, giving the Redskins a 14-7 lead late in the fourth quarter. Alfred Morris started the drive with five straight runs for a combined 44 yards, and Griffin then completed an 18-yard pass to Pierre Garcon. Two plays later, he found Garcon for another 13 yards, and then ran it in on the left side. Kai Forbath hit the extra point, and Washington leads 14-7 with under three minutes left in the third quarter.

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Morris Ties Game at Seven with 17-yard Score

After a controversial touchdown for the Cowboys, the Redskins have immediately struck back. An eight-play, 68-yard drive took up about four-and-a-half minutes before a 17-yard run by Alfred Morris tied it at seven. With about three minutes left, the game is 7-7, with the Cowboys receiving.

Other than an eight-yard pass from Robert Griffin III to Logan Paulsen, the Redskins gained all of their yardage on the drive in the running game. Morris had 45 yards, Griffin had nine, and Evan Royster had six.

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Cowboys Take Lead on Controversial Play

After the play clock seemingly stood at zero for a full second, Dallas was able to get a play off on third-and-goal. Tony Romo completed a nine-yard pass to Jason Witten for the first score of the day. The Cowboys now hold a 7-0 lead with about eight minutes left in the second quarter. Romo struggled out of the gate, throwing two interceptions before that touchdown pass. Washington and Robert Griffin III will now get the ball back, trying to tie it up before the half.

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