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NFL Week 6 -- Wash. at Dallas

It might be 1-3 vs. 2-3, but this Sunday night game carries a little more weight, considering the names of the teams involved. But there's more than just history between the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys; the NFC East title is up for grabs, with Dallas tied atop the division and Washington half a game back. The teams also enter in different places mentally, with the Cowboys losing a heartbreaker against Denver on Sunday and Washington coming off a win and a bye.

Which team will win the Redskins-Cowboys game in Dallas?

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  • How will the Cowboys' 51-48 loss to the Broncos affect them vs. Washington?

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  • How much will having the bye week help Washington against Dallas?

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  • Which is the bigger concern for Dallas this season?

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      36%

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  • Is Tony Romo an elite quarterback?

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      33%
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      67%

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  • Will Tony Romo win any of his future playoff games?

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      56%
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      32%
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      12%

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  • When will Robert Griffin III return to form?

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      29%
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  • If you had to win a game this weekend, which quarterback would you want as your starter?

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      69%

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  • Which team will win the NFC East?

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      69%
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      3%
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      17%
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      11%

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