After one quarter of play in Landover, the Dallas Cowboys lead the Washington Redskins, 7-0. Dallas got on the board thanks to a Fred Davis fumble, which eventually led to a 22-yard touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Dez Bryant. The Redskins' offense, meanwhile, has been pretty awful otherwise.
Washington's offense has been horrendous all game, with three straight three-and-outs already. Davis' fumble on the first drive was bad, and Rex Grossman has been too. Grossman missed Jabar Gaffney on two straight third-down plays, throwing inaccurately and preventing Gaffney from making easy catches.
The Redskins now have gone 21 straight quarters without holding a lead in a game. This is getting worse before it gts better.
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