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Quick Take: Redskins snap Cowboys' streak

It was over when ...
Nick Folk's onside kick bounced off Sam Hurd's hands and landed out of bounds with 1:41 left in the game, handing the ball -- and the game -- to the Redskins.

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Quarterback Jason Campbell led the Redskins on four consecutive scoring drives that spanned the second and third quarters as Washington took control of the game. Campbell finished with two touchdown passes and is the only quarterback (with at least 50 attempts) without an interception this season.

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Clinton Portis rushed for 121 yards as the Redskins outrushed the Cowboys 161-44. Washington had 37 rushing plays compared to 11 for Dallas.

The Redskins' victory was only the second in Dallas in 13 years. ... Santana Moss had 121 receiving yards but was held without a touchdown for the first time this season. ... Tony Romo had the 13th 300-yard passing game of his career, tying him with Troy Aikman for the most in club history. ... Terrell Owens was held below 100 receiving yards for the fourth time this season. ... Chris Horton recorded his third interception of the season but has only made one start in 2008.

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