wilbur58z Posted February 28, 2006 Share Posted February 28, 2006 Don't miss this Redskins fans....it's DallasCowboys.com's 2005 Cowboys season in review: http://www.dallascowboys.com/news.cfm?id=B1B997CF-984A-0953-6C8E4818DCAABD16 Redskins related stuff: Worst Loss Washington, Washington Take your pick: Either Washington game. Was it the first meeting in which the Cowboys completely dominated the Redskins for 56 minutes, only to give up two long touchdown passes to Santana Moss and lose, 14-13 on Monday Night Football? Or was it the rematch, with the Cowboys needing a win to not only stay in the NFC playoff race, but avoid a sweep to the Redskins, only to play their worst game of the season, getting embarrassed, 35-7, at FedEx Field? Most Pivotal Play Santana Moss' first TD catch Sure, it's hard to think the second game of the season would still come back to haunt a team. But just how might things have been different if the Cowboys stopped the Redskins on fourth-and-15 from their own 39 with just 3:55 to play? Instead, Santana Moss splits two defenders at the goal line to haul in a touchdown pass from Mark Brunell. That score got the Redskins back in the game, and on the next possession, Washington took the lead when Brunell hit Moss on a 70-yard score that not only silenced a raucous Texas Stadium crowd, but spoiled a night that was supposed to be remembered for Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin being inducted into the Ring of Honor. The Redskins basically stole this one from the Cowboys. Don't miss part 2 on Tuesday...here are the topics they'll address in that one, some of which could easily involve Redskins related stuff: (Tuesday: Part Two of season-ending awards, featuring: Most Significant Injury Biggest Disappointment Best Individual Play Worst Individual Play Best Off-Season Move Worst Off-Season Move Best Breakthrough Season Best Comeback Award :laugh: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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