1st. Dallas Cowboys- 8-4 (2-0 DIV)
2nd. Washington Football Team- 6-6 (1-0 DIV)
3rd. Philadelphia Eagles- 6-7 (0-2 DIV)
4th. New York Giants- 4-8 (1-2 DIV)
DALLAS COWBOYS @ New Orleans Saints
The Dallas defense picked off Taysom Hill four times en-route to a 27-17 road win on Thursday night. They won the game despite head coach Mike McCarthy being absent as he is in the COVID protocols. The fourth and final interception was a 29-yard pick six from Carlos Watkins with a little under three minutes remaining in the fourth to push the Cowboys’ lead to three scores. Trevon Diggs also added an interception, as he is now up to 9 picks in 12 games this season.
The Cowboys’ offense wasn’t particularly impressive but they did enough to win on the back of their defense. Dak Prescott finished 26/40 for 238 yards with a TD and an interception while Tony Pollard was the leading rusher with 7 carries for 71 yards and a touchdown. CeeDee Lamb registered 7 catches for 89 yards in his return from injury.
Cowboys Week 14 Opponent- @Washington, Sunday at 1:00
WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM @ Las Vegas Raiders
Washington notched their fourth straight win thanks to a 48-yard field goal from Brian Johnson with 47 seconds left that gave Washington a 17-15 lead. The kick came after the Football Team squandered an 8-point lead early in the fourth quarter.
Taylor Heinicke led that game winning drive and finished 23/30 for 196 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Washington outrushed Vegas 112 to 76 with Antonio aginson leading the way with 88 yards on 23 carries. Logan Thomas led the receivers with 48 yards and a TD on three catches but was unfortunately lost for the season with a torn ACL.
Football Team Week 14 Opponent- Cowboys at home, Sunday at 1:00
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES @ New York Jets
Gardner Minshew played well starting at QB for an injured Jalen Hurts in the Eagles 33-18 win over the Jets. Minshew completed 20 of 25 passes for 242 yards and two TDs. Both scores went to Dallas Goedert who finished with six catches on six targets for 105 yards.
The Eagles played the time of possession game in this one, possessing the ball for over 35 minutes including almost the entire third quarter. Their defense was able to easily handle Zach Wilson and the Jets after their offense built a lead. New York was shut out in the second half after entering halftime trailing 24-18.
Eagles Week 14 Opponent- BYE
NEW YORK GIANTS- BYE week
Giants Week 14 Opponent- @Chargers, Sunday at 4:05