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"Dallas Cowboys Massacred The Washington Redskins 17-0"

Updated on December 30, 2009

"Dallas Cowboys Massacred The Washington Redskins 17-0"

Sunday night football game against the Washington Redskins in their their terriory at home. It was a shoot out with the Cowboys, shutting the Redskins  football team. The Cowboys shut them out again in 2003, without a score. Although  Dallas was scalped by the Redskins, the last game they played with them. This night would be different.  the cowboys last game and this one; had lost the coin toss, which is good for Dallas for more than one reason.  Dallas will kick the ball to the Redskins and will get the ball back in the second half, which is a plus for Dallas.  The Cowboys; played hard and kept the Redskins from converting to first down.  The ball is kicked to Dallas; they ran it back to the 31 yard line.  Hit man Romo, throwed the ball to Marian the  Barbarian and he made to the three yard line, Romo again to Barber and he took it in for the first score of the night for The Dallas Cowboys, we were happy but the crowd booed the touch down. The conversion made the score 7- 0 Cowboys.

Redskins got the ball back; and Dallas was on them like white on rice, so the Redskins, couldn't score.  The ball was kicked back to Dallas and they played tough cowboy football by converting to each first down, it appears the Redskins couldn't hold them back; no matter how hard they tried. Romo the hit man connected with Roy Williams, which ran the ball in the in  zone for another Dallas touch down, the Cowboys are really "'Smokin''tonight. The score  now 14 - 0 Dallas favor.  The football was kicked back to the Redskins; they played  really good ball, but not good enough.  Dallas gets the ball back; and traveled down the field  to the red zone, and screwed up on the fourth down, instead of kicking a field goal.  The Redskins get  the ball back in their possession in Dallas territory  and couldn't do a thing with the ball , because the Cowboys was sacking and dogging Campbell like he stole something.

Half time  has come, so maybe the Redskins can regroup and get something going in the second half.  Dallas gets the ball back in the second half and starting fighting like a Calvary brigade, converting first downs  along the way, but tried to convert to a first down on a fourth and blew it again. The Redskins get the ball back in Dallas territory, trying to play tough foot ball, but  the Cowboys kept pul.lin g rank on the  Redskins and stopping their actions. I guess tonight is the Redskins game. Dallas get the ball back and go for a Suisem field goal and made it, making the score 17 -0 Dallas favor.  The third quarter was over with the Redskins   not answering any of the Cowboys touch downs or field goal.  Tonight is one night that the Redskins aren't on the war path anymore, it seems they have put away their tomahawks and their winning gear for this game.  Dallas and the Redskins went the whole fourth quarter without anyone scoring.  The game ended with the Dallas Cowboys shutting out the Washington Redskins again like they did in the year 2003.    Cowboys win it 17 - 0

yahoo,yahoo, go Cowboys go.will the Redskins play with the Cowboys anymore.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Benny Faye Douglass

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      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you Phillipo, for your comment on the Cowboys, Redskins game. I appreciate your comment and feedback. godspeed. creativeone59

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      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you PWalker281 for your comment and feedback on the Cowboys, Redskins game, I'm sorry for your lost, but we needed the game. No it wasn't a play-off game. Godspeed. creativeone59

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      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you Hello hello, you have always been in my corner, when it comes to my Dallas cowboys. I appreciate you, your comment and your feedback.Godspeed. creativeone59

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      ivori 

      8 years ago

      Hmmmm, still can't feel all warm and fuzzy about those Cowboys! LOL Thanks for a great hub.

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      Philipo 

      8 years ago from Nigeria

      Very nice hub. Football. Too bad for the massacre. It is normal. The better side won. That is what happens in football.

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Well there is definitely enthusiasm to lift anyone. Great hub

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      Bose In-ear Headphones 

      8 years ago

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      PWalker281 

      8 years ago

      I'm not much of a football fan, but I AM a native Washingtonian, so when I saw your hub headline, I just had to take a peek. I know my friends and relatives back east who are big Redskin fans are moaning and groaning. Oh well ... there's always the next game. Was this a playoff game?

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