The Dallas Cowboys entered yesterday's game with the Redskins as the second-most prolific offense in the NFL with an above-average ground game. 'Dem Boys departed with a 27-6 loss and a total of one rushing yard in 16 attempts, for an average of .0625 yards per carry. At that rate, the Cowboys would have required 160 carries to gain a single first down.
The Redskins hadn't held an opponent to one yeard since they did it to the Tampa Bay Bucaneers in 1989.
Julius Jones #21 of the Dallas Cowboys is tackled by Cornelius Griffin #96. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images) Getty Images
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