The Washington Commanders visit AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sunday to play an NFC East showdown against the Dallas Cowboys. Washington is 1-2 following its 24-8 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday. Washington was held to just 240 yards of total offense and the Commanders’ defense gave up 400 yards of total offense to Philadelphia.
Washington quarterback Carson Wentz has passed for 861 yards with seven touchdowns and three interceptions. The leading rusher is Antonio Gibson with 124 yards and two touchdowns while the leading receiver is Terry McLaurin with 235 yards and one touchdown reception. On defense, linebacker Cole Holcomb is the leading tackler with 24. Washington has two quarterback sacks and one interception
Dallas improved to 2-1 following its 23-16 victory over the New York Giants on Monday Night Football in East Rutherford. Tony Pollard rushed for 105 yards and quarterback Cooper Rush passed for 215 yards with one touchdown in place of starter Dak Prescott. Trevon Diggs made a late interception to seal the victory for Dallas. Dallas gave up 336 yards of total offense to New York.
Dak Prescott has passed for 134 yards with one interception and is questionable for Sunday. Cooper Rush has passed for 514 yards with two touchdowns. Ezekiel Elliott has rushed for 178 yards with one touchdown and Noah Brown has 213 yards receiving with one touchdown. On defense, Donovan Wilson is the leading tackler for Dallas with 24. Dallas has 13 quarterback sacks and two interceptions.