A comfortable 35-17 win against the Giants has Cowboy fans fantasizing about playoff runs and Super Bowl appearances.
For now, NFC East rival Washington Redskins are on the schedule. Blowing a 13 point lead last week to the Eagles, the Redskins are looking to get back to .500. 

Here is a profile on the 2019 Washington Redskins…

Record: 0-1

Wins: None

Losses: 0-1; Philadelphia Eagles 32-27

Strengths: Case Keenum

Keenum was the one highlight from the Redskins against the Eagles last week. He threw for 380 yards and three touchdowns on 30/44 passing. His two first-half touchdowns had the Redskins up 20-7 at halftime and like they had a chance to win. 

This will be Keenum’s first career start against the Cowboys after facing Alex Smith and Colt McCoy in the two games against the Redskins last season. If Washington has any shot of winning this game, it will be because of him. 

Weaknesses: Everything Else

Everything else about this Redskins team screams one of the worst franchises in the sport. 

Running back Darius Guice told reporters after the game he was healthy this week, but now will be out for a few weeks with a knee injury. 

A once Josh Norman lead secondary let up 436 total yards and 25 points in the second half. 

Before last season’s home win, it had been since 2012 since the Redskins had beaten Dallas at Fed Ex Field.

Can the Cowboys win?
Everything about this game screams a Dallas Cowboys win. Not only a win but a blowout win. The Redskins plain and simple, are not good. The offense will be in for a huge day against Washington.

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