Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Redskins game of Sunday Night NFL is the favorite in the betting lines. The two NFC East division rivals will face each other in Week of 2019 regular-season games. The Cowboys are currently six-point favorites against the Redskins as they are the defending champions of their division.
While the Cowboys easily won the Week 1 game against the Giants with 35-17, the Redskins lost a 17-0 lead to lose with 32-27 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Cowboys vs Redskins could easily go one-sided as the Dallas team will easily cover the spread in Washington.
Cowboys have a Better Offense
Let’s be honest here, there is not even a comparison between the offensive sides of two teams. The Cowboys have the No. 1 highest-paid running back in the form of Ezekiel Elliot and a world-class wide receiver in the form of Amari Cooper. Dak Prescott in the last game showed that he is among the top NFL quarterbacks. Case Keenum is the only name that did an effort in the Redskins, and none of the other players could rush any yards.
Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys back at practice today, getting ready for the Redskins pic.twitter.com/KM357MSWJq
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) September 11, 2019
The Redskins’ Defense is a Joke
Washington Redskins are only known for their defense which they proved in the first half of the game against the Eagles. But as soon as the last quarter started, none of them could stop Carson Wentz and company. The trio of Prescott, Elliot and Cooper will easily break through it and put up some big numbers. It will be the only fight in the game, the Redskins defense trying to stop the Cowboys offense, where they have a chance to do something.
Cowboys vs Redskins: Rivalry History
Cowboys vs Redskins rivalry is not much of a tough battle as the Dallas side won seven of their last games against Washington. Even while playing in Washington, there is not much difference as Cowboys won five out of six games with Prescott on 5-1 as a starter. The Dallas team is looking for a Super Bowl title and the Redskins will most probably won’t even make it to the playoffs.
When the Dallas Cowboys play the Washington Redskins on Sunday they’ll be playing against the fourth different quarterback in a row:
2017 at DAL: Kirk Cousins
2018 at WAS: Alex Smith
2018 at DAL: Colt McCoy
2019 at WAS: Case Keenum
— RJ Ochoa (@rjochoa) September 13, 2019