Cowboys lose assistant
The Cowboys faced the Redskins without special teams coach Joe DeCamillis, who was taken to a Virginia hospital Sunday with appendicitis.
DeCamillis underwent an emergency appendectomy, and his duties were handled by offensive assistant Wes Phillips and others.
Redskins fans booed and the Green Day song “Know Your Enemy” boomed through the speakers when Shaun Suisham came out to kick the extra point after the Cowboys scored a touchdown in the first quarter. Suisham returned to FedEx Field three weeks after he was cut by the Redskins following a couple of ill-timed missed field goals in the first Dallas game and against New Orleans. …
Safety Reed Doughty had the first interception of his four-year career when he picked off a deflected Tony Romo pass in the second quarter. But it was a costly play for Doughty, who injured his right ankle when he was tackled and left the game. …
Guard Mike Williams, who was recently converted from tackle, left the game in the second quarter with a toe injury. Linebacker Rocky McIntosh also left the game in the third quarter with a back strain.
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