John Keim breaks down Washington's 27-20 loss to Dallas


The Washington Football Team was blindsided by Dallas through three quarters of football on Sunday, before mounting a surprising late rally to close the gap to seven points.

Washington's offense allowed five sacks on the day, collapsing under the constant pressure of Micah Parsons, Demarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory, with the most glaring instance coming on a Parsons strip-sack of Taylor Heinicke that led to a 37-yard Dorance Armstrong touchdown the other way late in the first quarter.

ESPN's John Keim joined The Sports Junkies Monday to break down the intricacies of Washington's 27-20 loss, including whether Dallas' defense is really this good, or Washington's offensive line is just that bad. Keim touches on the reemergence of Antonio Gibson's fumbling problem. Gibson committed his league-leading sixth fumble (among NFL running backs).

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