Powered by Robert Griffin III’s second consecutive four-touchdown performance, the Washington Redskins defeated the Dallas Cowboys for the first time on Thanksgiving, 38-31. Their second straight win improved their record to 5-6 and propelled them back into the NFC East race with a pivotal Monday night matchup looming with the New York Giants.
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