The Cowboys offensive line made a comeback in Washington. Quarterback Tony Romo wasn't sacked and Marion Barber closed out the game with 10 carries on the final drive to seal the game.
"Kind of like imposing your will on opponents," right guard Leonard Davis said. "Just going out and being physical from start to finish and that's what we wanted to do."
It was the first time the Cowboys didn't allow a sack since the last meeting with Washington. Barber also finished with 114 yards and Dallas ran out the final 6:40 of the game.
"We just proved that when we play how we know we can play, nobody can stop us," Davis said.
Washington was more physical than the Cowboys in the first meeting but Dallas turned the tables on the road.
- Rick Herrin