Dissension in Dallas
The crew discusses Terrell Owens' complaints after the Cowboys' first loss of the season.
Campbell turned a 7-0 deficit into a 17-7 lead by picking on Dallas cornerback Terence Newman for a 3-yard touchdown pass to James Thrash, a 2-yard touchdown to Antwaan Randle El and a 53-yard strike to Moss that led to a field goal after Moss landed out of bounds on a third-down fade.
After Dallas tied it, Washington scored two touchdowns on its next series — yes, two — and neither counted because of penalties, both on center Casey Rabach. The Redskins wound up with another field goal, then Romo threw an interception, leading to yet another Washington field goal and a 23-17 lead.
Aiming for a go-ahead touchdown, Romo instead threw three straight incompletions to Owens on the next drive. Then Dallas’ defense made a big third-down stop, but it didn’t count because there were 12 men on the field. The Redskins again got a field goal, the one that put the lead out of reach.
“It’s a reality check,” Dallas cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones said. “Truly, I think we needed it as a team. ... It will all work out at the end of the year.”
Notes: Zorn challenged the opening kickoff of the second half because he thought Dallas’ Anthony Spencer signaled for a fair catch before returning it. It wasn’t reviewable, a good thing for Zorn because replays showed Spencer followed the rules. ... Moss’ six-game scoring streak ended.
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