Robert Griffin III looks rejuvenated, but the Cowboys have the early lead.
The Redskins responded with a solid drive, but had to settle for a field goal on their first possession out of the bye week. Griffin had a 15-yard run in the mix, showing some signs of improved mobility as he continues to recover from knee surgery.
But it was Tony Romo and the Cowboys who showed they’re still fresh, with a 7-3 lead after a pair of possessions on Sunday Night Football.
Dallas opened with a clean 10-play drive to start the game with a touchdown, with running back DeMarco Murray finishing it with a 4-yard run.
In many ways, it was like the pace the Cowboys kept a week ago, as they’ve now scored touchdowns on five of their last six possessions. We’ll see if they can keep it up.