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Topic - Nick Stewart
Much of that, he says, stems from the rivalry's competitive nature.
"Every year, no matter how good the Cowboys are, you go into a game against the Washington Redskins and it's a battle," Stewart said. "It goes down to the wire, no matter how bad either team is. That's why I don't think the rivalry is in decline. If you're a true Cowboys fan, it's always a big game, no matter what the record is for either team."