BREAKDOWN KEY: Robert Griffin was too much to handle in the second quarter, leading Washington to four touchdowns and a 28-3 lead at halftime. The Redskins defense did its part, forcing a pair of turnovers that led to scores. The Cowboys looked listless in a game that they considered a near-must win. COWBOYS SAID: "You can't spot a good team. We talked about it all along. That's what's disappointing. We continue to do it. It's just too hard to overcome. Being in that situation and trying to fight back, you're against the clock at that point. We've got to get it fixed." -- TE Jason Witten. REDSKINS SAID: "Even two weeks ago we felt like we had a chance. We felt like we had to play a lot better. We hadn't played great and we knew we could. I've felt like we've been able to show some things the past 2 weeks, and that's all you can ask for. Even at 3-6, we still had a chance." -- CB DeAngelo Hall.