Final score predictions for Washington vs. Cowboys

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The Washington Football Team faces the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football in a rematch from Week 14. The Cowboys won the first meeting, 27-20, after jumping out to a 24-0 lead at halftime.

What happens in the rematch?

Here are Washington Wire’s staff projections for Week 16.

Bryan Manning

Washington enters Sunday night without Landon Collins, Brandon Scherff, Cole Holcomb and William Jackson III, in addition to the others already on injured reserve. Against a team as talented as the Cowboys, that’s just too much to overcome.

While I don’t believe Washington starts as slowly as it did in Week 14, the Cowboys have a lot to play for, such as the No. 1 overall seed in the NFC.

Cowboys 30, Washington 20

Ivan Lambert

In the last meeting of these two teams two weeks ago, the Dallas defensive front seven exhibited they are much more athletic and quicker than Washington could endure.

To be direct, it was ugly.

Washington must generate some sort of running game between the tackles.

Perhaps they should also attempt more first down safe, quick passes, seeking to avoid 3rd and longs they experienced two weeks ago.

Yet, injuries along the offensive line won’t help.

Dallas 20 Washington 10