The Dallas Cowboys get another shot at Robert Griffin III after he put them through their worst quarter of the season in a loss on Thanksgiving.
They aren't talking all tough about how it will be different this time around for Washington's dynamic rookie quarterback in a Sunday night game that will decide the NFC East champion.
Dallas might not even be surprised if the Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor goes 8 of 8 for 178 yards with three entirely different types of touchdown throws. That's what he did in the second quarter last month to give Washington a 28-3 lead in a 38-31 victory.
''No, I don't say he can't do that again because he can,'' Dallas defensive end Marcus Spears said. ''He can create so many plays and get himself out of trouble a lot, which in turn helps him make a lot of the plays where you look and say, `Man, how did that happen.'''
Griffin's first big NFL play in Texas was a perfect deep throw to Aldrick Robinson for a 68-yard touchdown. He threw a ball behind ...