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Two of the NFL’s oldest rivals are going head to head on Sunday, and the game actually seems like it could mean a whole lot this time around.
The NFC East does not necessarily look like one of football’s best divisions, but it is arguably its most competitive right now, with the defending champion Eagles battling it out near the top with Washington and Dallas.
Both of those teams are coming off bounce-back wins that were sorely needed after terrible losses suffered in Week 5.
Washington had been thoroughly destroyed by New Orleans on Monday Night Football while the Cowboys limped through a Sunday night stinker against the Texans.
It’s safe to say both teams feel better about themselves after their respective wins over Carolina and Jacksonville.
Washington is 3-2 and holding onto first place in the division, while Dallas has evened its record at 3-3 and sits in second by virtue of a tiebreaker. Whoever comes away with a win here (4:25 p.m., CBS) will take early control of the division until they start playing Philly in a few weeks.
Which one of them will get it done? And if they do, how will it happen? Read on to find out.
Washington rebounded from Week 5’s embarrassing loss to the Saints with a strong performance in a win over the Panthers last weekend.
Adrian Peterson played through a dislocated shoulder and ran for 97 yards on 17 carries, helping Washington to a win in a game where it was missing several important contributors like Chris Thompson.
The Dallas defense poses a different challenge than Carolina’s, but one that could still prove tough for Washington to crack.
A weakness for years, the Cowboys’ defensive line is now one of the better units in the NFL, and it recently got a boost with the return of its second most talented player (David Irving).
DeMarcus Lawrence is one of the handful of best pass rushers in the league, as his 5.5 sacks currently rank eighth in the NFL and his 25 total pressures rank third.
Lawrence rushes almost exclusively off the left side of the line, which means Morgan Moses will have his hands full on Sunday.
And it’s not even just against the pass where Lawrence excels, as he has turned into a dominating run defender as well.