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The Washington Football Team head in to their Week 14 match-up with the Dallas Cowboys on a roll. The WFT have won their last four games, including last week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Despite that good run, Washington (6-6) will need to take down the division rival Cowboys (8-4) – the current division leaders – if they want to keep pace.

This is a huge game for both teams.

WFT
at
Giants
New York Giants
MetLife Stadium
Jan 9, 2021
1:00pm
2021 Washington Football Team Schedule

How To Watch

The game will be shown regionally on FOX.

In the broadcast booth, Kevin Burkhardt will handle play-by-play duties, with Greg Olsen doing color commentary. Pam Oliver will be on the sideline for the call.

Live stream: FoxSports.com, NFL Game Pass

Other options:

Streaming: FuboTV

Radio: The Team 980 | WMAL 105.9

Head-To-Head

The two teams have met each other a whopping 122 times (including 2 postseason games), with Washington winning 47 games and Dallas winning 73. They have also tied twice.

Of late, Washington won both match-ups in 2020, including a 41-16 drubbing in late November last year. It bears mentioning that Dak Prescott did not play in either game in 2020. He is 7-1 against the WFT in his career.

Odds

Despite playing at Fed Ex Field, Washington are 4.5 point home underdogs.

Washington +4.5

The over / under for the game is listed at 48.0.

Injuries

For Washington: James Smith-Williams, Khaleke Hudson, Darryl Roberts and Montez Sweat are all out with Covid.

Curtis Samuel and Landon Collins were both limited at practice on Friday and were listed as questionable for Sunday.

Jamin Davis and J.D.McKissic are both on concussion protocol and questionable for Sunday.

Wendell Smallwood is also questionable with an undisclosed injury.

Update:

Adam Schefter tweeted late Saturday night that McKissic would NOT likely be available.

John Keim tweeted on Sunday morning that Davis and Collins would both be available.

For Dallas:

Tony Pollard did not practice on Friday and is questionable for Sunday.

T.J. Vasher will also not be available.

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