1st. Dallas Cowboys- 9-4 (3-0 DIV)

2nd. Washington Football Team- 6-7 (1-1 DIV)

3rd. Philadelphia Eagles- 6-7 (0-2 DIV)

4th. New York Giants- 4-9 (1-2 DIV)




Dallas survived a near momentous collapse late when a 27-8 fourth quarter lead turned into a 27-20 nail biter. Washington could get almost nothing going on offense all day, but a TD drive led by backup QB Kyle Allen and a pick-Six immediately after made it a game. Allen had to step in for the injured Taylor Heinicke who had a rough day, going 11-25 for 122 yards with a TD and a pick. Dallas pressured Heinicke the whole game, sacking him four times and registering nine QB hits. 

The Cowboys offense wasn’t spectacular either, as they managed just one touchdown and turned the ball over twice. The lone touchdown was a TD pass from Dak Prescott to Amari Cooper late in the first quarter. Both turnovers were Prescott interceptions including the late pick-six. However, they still managed to collect field goals and to take advantage of their defense forcing four turnovers. 

Cowboys Week 15 Opponent- @Giants, Sunday at 1:00

Football Team Week 15 Opponent- @Eagles, Sunday at 1



Eagles Week 15 Opponent- Football Team at home, Sunday at 1:00


NEW YORK GIANTS @ Los Angeles Chargers

Justin Herbert and the Chargers offense was too much to handle for the Giants, as New York fell 37-21 on the road. They trailed by as much as 30 points in the fourth quarter. Herbert finished with 275 yards and 3 TDs including a 59-yard bomb that traveled 65 yards in the air. 

Conversely, Mike Glennon struggled in place of the injured Daniel Jones. Glennon finished 17/36 for 191 yards with 2 TDs and an interception. New York scored their first points on a TD pass late in the first quarter before allowing 24 unanswered and didn’t score again until under five minutes left in the game. 

Giants Week 15 Opponent- Cowboys at home, Sunday at 1:00