- Well, the fourth quarter certainly isn’t starting off very strong. The Cowboys move steadily downfield to score a touchdown, and the drive includes one of those little Brett Favre-lite Tony Romo plays on a shovel pass to convert a third down. Just having fun out there, gunslinger, etc.
- Very grim — the Redskins have another promising drive stall out from under them on a failed fourth down conversion. The Skins took a timeout between third and fourth downs to think through their options, and the Cowboys were actually trying to get their fans fired up for the defensive stop. It didn’t work — at least, not noticeably — but still a strange moment.
- And the fourth quarter is made up of only three possessions. The Cowboys score, the Redskins don’t, and the Cowboys kill the clock. That’s about it.
- After the Steelers game, it seems important to note this: the performance of the Redskins fans is one of the main things I can compliment in an ugly and disappointing loss. They stuck around to the bitter end, and seemed loud and engaged throughout. I have very little good to say about this one, so I’m curious to hear what Coach Zorn has to offer.