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Washington Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman has thrown for 1,347 yards, six touchdowns and 11 interceptions this season, and is being given a second shot at leading the offense. Coaches were happy with his play against the Miami Dolphins last week --- 21 of 32 for 215 yards, no touchdowns --- despite the two picks he threw. Washington will look to snap its five-game losing streak against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. (AP Photo/Hans Deryk)
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Washington Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman has thrown for 1,347 yards, six touchdowns and 11 interceptions this season, and is being given a second shot at leading the offense. Coaches were happy with his play against the Miami Dolphins last week --- 21 of 32 for 215 yards, no touchdowns --- despite the two picks he threw. Washington will look to snap its five-game losing streak against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. (AP Photo/Hans Deryk)

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