By Troy Jefferson
The Redskins exited the field at halftime to a chorus of “boos” but it wasn’t for them.
The Redskins (5-6) traveled to Dallas (5-6) in hopes of keeping their season alive. It was a must win for both teams and the Redskins did not disappoint. Dan Bailey converted a 30-yard field goal to give Dallas a 3-0 lead early.
The Redskins then put together their best second quarter since Super Bowl XXII. Robert Griffin III threw a beauty to Aldrick Robinson that resulted in a 68-yard touchdown. After a Dejon Gomes’ fumble recovery, the Redskins put up another seven points on an Alfred Morris one yard touchdown. Washington’s defense looked great in the first half holding Dallas to only 124 total yards.
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