Cowboys Could Have Big Advantage On Offensive Line Today

The Cowboys won’t have their top running back today. However, the Dallas offensive lines should be able to pass-block.

Washington Football Team will not have its four top edge rushers for the 2018 season. Chase Young, a second-year standout, has been sidelined with a torn ACL. Montez Sweat and James Smith-Williams are on the Reserve/COVID-19 lists.

There will be 26 missed quarterback hits and 8.5 sacks. WFT currently has 24 sacks as a team and 78 hits.

The Cowboys don’t have to deal with WFT’s top pass rushers. They are also becoming healthier on offense which is a positive sign for today and tomorrow.

Dallas (8-4) leads Washington by two games in the NFC East standings. The division will be effectively done if Dallas wins.

WFT (6-6) still has a chance of winning the East, and is in a good position to secure a wildcard berth. To achieve the latter, a 3-2 season against divisional foes should be sufficient.

Cowboys-WFT kicks off at 1 p.m. FedEx Field will broadcast the action at 1 p.m. ET. FOX will broadcast all the action.



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