Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted being awed by Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III following Washington's 38-31 victory at Cowboys Stadium on Thanksgiving Day.
Jones was particularly "impressed" with the plays Griffin made with his legs and feet during a 28-point out burst in the second quarter.
As the Cowboys prepare for Sunday's crucial season final against the Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor, Jones said his team will again be challenged again to slow him down.
"There were two or three plays, maybe four that were just so impressive," Jones said ."It's hard to defense that. We got challenge. These exceptional athletes at that position can do the things to your defense, make the big play, make the big third and long to keep the chains moving. They can do things to you that presents quite a challenge."