The Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys face each other for the 103rd time in the history of the rivalry. Dallas owns a 60-40-2 advantage.
After the jump, check out some more fast facts about tonight’s game:
— The Redskins are going for their first 3-0 start since the 2005 season when they opened the year with wins over Chicago, Dallas and Seattle.
— The team has opened the season with a 3-0 record 10 times in franchise history. Only once (1978) has the team failed to make the playoffs after starting 3-0.
— Washington aims to improve its all-time record against Dallas on Monday Night Football to 8-7.
— The Redskins enter the game having recorded a touchdown pass in 17 consecutive games, which is a franchise record.
— Tight end Fred Davis aims to lead the team in receiving for a third straight game, which hasn't happened since Chris Cooley did so in 2007.
— Davis ranks second in the league among tight ends with 191 receiving yards.
— Wide receiver Santana Moss enters the game with 73 career receptions against Dallas, the most of any active player in the NFL.
— Moss and Cooley are the two active players with the most receiving yards versus Dallas. Moss has 1,055 yards while Cooley has 574.
— With a win over Dallas, Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan would achieve his first 3-0 start since 2008.