Before the game was a blowout, Washington tricked the Dallas defense with a "fumblerooski".
This was brought to us by Washington Football wide receiver Terry McLaurin who came up with an wonderful play that turned out to be a key play for Washington, as they took down the Dallas Cowboys, 41-16. The final score of the game was 41-16 in favor of Washington and Cowboys fans were understandably upset about how it all went down.
There are several ways the current Cowboys coaching staff is different than the previous one. "Obviously it was a solid play call, it's a good play design".
Here's a video of the original play, for reference.
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Some fans celebrated Washington's hilarious play call on Twitter, while others were disappointed the Cowboys couldn't snuff out the play.
Rivera, who is half Puerto Rican on his father's side, said after the game that the play call was indeed inspired by the famous "Little Giants" play and that he had seen the movie "100 times" with his kids, who love the film.
ARLINGTON, Texas - Both starting offensive tackles were lost to injury on their first drive of the game, Ezekiel Elliott lost another fumble and there were several questionable coaching decisions for the Dallas Cowboys when they could have taken over the NFC East lead.
Ron Rivera is the gift that keeps on giving in the NFL.