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Washington Football Team Vs. Cowboys Film Review – Tyler’s Takes

Kyle Allen: Allen has his best game to date as a member of the Washington Football Team. He was efficient and most importantly, turnover free.

Antonio Gibson: Gibson finally had the breakout game many WFT fans were waiting for. It wasn’t perfect, but he’s getting there…

Logan Thomas: I have been hard on Logan Thomas – mainly because some have thought he could become the TE this team has been missing and so desperately needs. He had a really nice game against the Cowboys Sunday.

Morgan Moses: Moses has been a BEAST this season. That trend continued Sunday against the Cowboys.

Wes Schweitzer: WFT fans are thanking their lucky stars that Schweitzer replaced Wes Martin in the starting lineup. If it wasn’t for him being dinged up in training camp, he’d probably have won the job outright.

Brandon Scherff: Now healthy again, Scherff is back to being a complete mauler!

Chase Roullier: I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – Chase is one of the better movers in space at the center position in the NFL. We NEED to re-sign him!

Cornelius Lucas: You saw an immediate change with Lucas at left tackle over Christian. He’s not the long-term answer, but he’s best for this offense at this time.

Chase Young: People a complaining that Young isn’t getting any sacks, but as you can see, his presence is being felt all over this defense.

Montez Sweat: Sweat has absolutely caught fire, and is playing at a Pro Bowl level.

Cole Holcomb: This was a breakout game for the second year linebacker. If he can continue this level of play, the future looks bright!

Ronald Darby: Darby has been a VERY pleasant surprise at corner this year. He’s been a factor in both coverage and in run support.

Deshazor Everett: What a difference one player can make on the back end of a defense – especially one who can tackle!

Kam Curl: The WFT got an absolute steal in the draft with Curl!

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