Recapping the Cowboys week

October, 12, 2013
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IRVING, Texas – There are a few rivalries in the NFL as historic as Dallas Cowboys-Washington Redskins and the NFC East rivals will meet Sunday for the 107th time.

The Cowboys hold a 62-42-2 advantage in the history, but the Redskins swept the Cowboys last year and took the de facto NFC East Championship Game last December at FedEx Field.

Here's a recap of the stories during the week leading up to Sunday’s kickoff:

The Cowboys do not worry about Tony Romo bouncing back from his costly interception against the Denver Broncos last week.

Jean-Jacques Taylor said it’s not a matter of pressure with Romo. It’s decision making.

Monte Kiffin fell on the sword for last week’s loss, as any defensive coordinator should when you give up 51 points.

A more mature Dez Bryant is ready for Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall.

In this week’s Hot Button, Tim MacMahon and I debate Romo versus Robert Griffin III.

In this week’s Double Coverage, Redskins’ reporter John Keim and I debate the matchup.

Todd Archer

ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter

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