Standings

1st. Dallas Cowboys- 7-4 (2-0 DIV)

2nd. Washington Football Team- 5-6 (1-0 DIV)

3rd. Philadelphia Eagles- 5-7 (0-2 DIV)

4th. New York Giants- 4-7 (1-2 DIV)

 

Recap

Las Vegas Raiders @ DALLAS COWBOYS 

Dallas was charged with a pass interference penalty that helped set up the Raiders game winning field goal in a 36-33 overtime loss. Anthony Brown was the culprit on the penalty for his fourth of the day and the Cowboys’ 14th overall. Both teams had 14 penalties and combined for 276 yards worth of penalty yardage. 

Dak Prescott once again rebounded from a rough outing, this time doing it without Amari Cooper or CeeDee Lamb. Prescott went 32/47 for 375 yards and two TDs. However, the Dallas defense struggled to hold off the Raiders, surrendering over 500 yards of offense including a 56-yard touchdown to DeSean Jackson on the Raiders’ opening drive. 

Cowboys Week 13 Opponent- @Saints, Thursday at 8:20

 

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES @ NEW YORK GIANTS 

The Giants held on for a 13-7 win thanks to a dreadful performance from Jalen Hurts and the Eagles offense. Hurts threw three interceptions and was just 14-31 for 129 yards passing. Philadelphia as a whole turned the ball over four times, including a fumble from Boston Scott with under two minutes left. The Eagles still had a chance to win but two bad drops from Jalen Reagor on the final drive of the game killed the comeback chance. 

Daniel Jones player a clean game for New York, completing 19/30 passing for 209 yards and a score and adding in 30 yards rushing. The Giants offense struggled on third down (3-12) and did not score any points off of the Eagles four turnovers, but they 10 points in the second half after a 3-0 lead was enough for the win. 

Eagles Week 13 Opponent- @Jets, Sunday at 1:00

Giants Week 13 Opponent- @Dolphins, Sunday at 1:00

 

Seattle Seahawks @ WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM

Kendall Fuller’s interception on a two-point conversion sealed a 17-15 win for Washington, their third in a row. In a game that featured 13 combined punts, Antonio Gibson and the Washington offense managed just enough points to come out with the win. Gibson rushed for 111 yards on 29 carries while J.D. McKissic pitched in another 30 yards and a score. 

The Football Team’s defense held a recently inept Seattle offense to just 34 rushing yards and 267 yards overall. The Seahawks entered the red zone one time which was their touchdown with 15 seconds left that capped off a 10 play, 96-yard drive. But Russell Wilson wasn’t able to convert the two-point conversion. The Seattle QB finished 20/31 for 247 yards and two touchdowns. 

Football Team Week 13 Opponent- @Riaders, Sunday at 4:05