The Redskins enjoyed a cornucopia of scoring today, hanging five touchdowns on the Cowboys, including four in the second quarter alone.
Griffin III managed to do it in just five days.
Morris got an opportunity on the next drive, taking advantage of a defensive fumble recovery and the ensuing short field.
Picking up 15 yards on three carries, Morris got the nod on 1st-and-goal from the 1-yard line, set up by Cowboys pass interference in the end zone. Taking the Griffin III handoff, Morris plunged ahead, untouched for the score:
Receiver Pierre Garcon got the job done two drives later, catching a deep crossing route on 2nd-and-12.
Splitting the defenders, Garcon turned a first down catch into a foot race for the end zone, out-pacing three Cowboys defensive backs en route to a 59-yard touchdown catch and run:
In the waning moments of the second quarter,
The Redskins had 30 seconds before halftime, and ran three plays, getting the ball down to the 6-yard line. Lined up in the shotgun, Griffin III looked to his right and found
The play was reviewed by officials, who confirmed that he had both feet down in-bounds for the touchdown:
Marching from their own 18-yard line, the Redskins offense had a 3rd-and-1 from the Dallas 29-yard line. Taking the snap under center, Griffin III dropped back and found tight end
The ensuing completion and score was the difference between winning and losing, as Paul caught his first NFL touchdown: