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.