12:52—The Cowboys are getting a good amount of pressure on Campbell and it is pushing his passes off mark. In general, the offense has had no rhythm since that initial drive. They're not really making mistakes, dropping passes or committing penalties, but they're breaking down everywhere. Certainly, a lot of it can be chalked up to a good defensive effort by Dallas.
9:37—The Redskins get yet another pick. They must have worked on that during the bye week. This time it was McIntosh, who got a tipped ball after Owens was smacked by Carlos Rogers. Dallas had a pretty good drive going primarily on the ground as the Redskins were not wrapping up Marion Barber. Skins with the ball back and on the move with their initial first down since the opening drive.
5:18—A nice drive has turned into a cluster, uh, bomb. On third and six in Dallas territory, the Skins get flagged for 12 men in the huddle and then they have to burn a timeout after a couple more players shuffle in and out of the game. It ends on a third and 11 sack. Campbell got the thing jump started with a 22-yard run on a QB draw. It was a great play call and Campbell carried tacklers for about five extra yards. But it went for naught after second and seven turned into fourth and 21.
1:54—Dallas is threatening again at the two-minute warning. Romo found Jason Witten for the first time today and it was good for 24 yards. They're still trying to get the ball to Owens but he has yet to be able to do anything with it. They're throwing him the quick outs, but Rogers and Smoot are taking him down immediately. They haven't even tried to go to him downfield.
1:46—Just after I type that, Owens gets a big gainer. He went in motion and found a seam in the zone for a catch down to about the three. Dallas is knocking on the door looking to tie this one up.
Barber 2 run (Folk kick)
Redskins 7, Cowboys 7
It sure looked like Barber's elbow was down before the ball broke the plane of the goal line. It wouldn't have mattered much as it would have been second and goal at about the six inch line and a touchdown is the highly probable outcome in that situation.
A great kickoff return by Cartwright sets up a field goal at the end of the half.
FG Suisham 41
Redskins 10, Cowboys 7
The Redskins get the second-half kickoff and they are going in with momentum. Still, they need to get some continuity going on offense. Dallas' last two drives were very effective with one ending in an interception and the other ending in the TD.