Robert Griffin III became the first rookie in NFL history to throw four touchdown passes in back-to-back weeks. Aside from one errant interception, Griffin's trademark accuracy was on display in a 20-of-28, 311-yard passing performance. There was the requisite wide-open, beautiful bomb to Aldrick Robinson, but there also were many pinpoint throws into tight windows.
The Cowboys rallied from a 28-3 hole to make it a one-score game with eight minutes left. This is where big-time offenses step up. And Griffin led a clock-killing field goal drive that put the game away.
Forget about next season. We're talking about next week.