The Dallas Cowboys lost another game in Texas this turkey day. The game began as an absolute embarrassment at Cowboys Stadium when the Cowboys began the game scoring just 3 in the first half. They took an early 3-0 lead after the first, but then gave up 28 points in the second quarter. Dallas began a huge comeback in the second half, however, but in the end it was too little too late. In the end, they lost 38-31. Dallas is now just 5-6 on the year. The loss may have officially ended any hope of playoff aspirations the team had.
Dallas will have to look more towards the future and find out what they must do to be more competitive. It looks like all the teams of the NFC East are becoming more and more even with one another. The Cowboys have been very inconsistent in terms of their entire team from special teams to offense and defense. Rumors have circled about Coach Jason Garret whose seat can only get hotter and hotter with each home loss. What has got to be most frustrating to the team must be their poor performances at home. The stadium seats 100,000 plus fans, but wins have been anything but easy to come by.
The Redskins are certainly up and coming in the division and league. They finally have a good coach with a great running game and big-play quarterback. The defense could certainly use some improvement as can the receiving corps, but the pieces are certainly falling into place. The team is now tied with Dallas at 5-6, but has been in many more games then Dallas and will probably end the year with a better record then them.