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'Dallas Week'
For Redskin fans, "Dallas Week" is always accompanied by a little anxiety, some anticipation and a lot of adrenaline. The Redskins and Cowboys have been regular opponents and bitter adversaries since 1960. They have experienced epic battles, nail-biting finishes and divisional and conference championships. Their rivalry over the years has come to be known as one of the greatest in sports. It's with that spirit that we offer articles about every game the two teams have ever played.

Through the Years
Get a decade-by-decade perspective on the Redskins-Cowboys rivalry.
1960-1969 | 1970-1979 | 1980-1989 | 1990-1999 | 2000 and Beyond

Check out every story from every game the Redskins and Cowboys have played through The Washington Post's eyes. Simply enter the player, year or score you are looking for.

Fans Will Remember...

Dec. 22, 1996: In the final game at RFK, the Redskins ended their 35th year at the stadium with a 37-10 trouncing of the Cowboys.

Jan. 22, 1983: The Redskins wallop the Cowboys, 31-17, in the NFC Championship, to advance to Super Bowl XVII.

Oct. 8, 1973: Safety Ken Houston stops running back Walt Garrison at the one-yard line late in the game to preserve a 14-7 Redskins' victory.

Dec. 17, 1961: Dick James scores four touchdowns as Redskins top Cowboys, 34-24.

Oct. 9, 1960: The Redskins beat the Cowboys, 26-14, in their first meeting ever.

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