AP Sports Writer
IRVING, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys get another shot at Robert Griffin III after he put them through their worst quarter of the season in a loss on Thanksgiving.
They aren't talking all tough about how it will be different this time around for Washington's dynamic rookie quarterback in a Sunday night game that will decide the NFC East champion.
Dallas (8-7) might not even be surprised if the Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor goes 8 of 8 for 178 yards with three entirely different types of touchdown throws. That's what he did in the second quarter last month to give Washington (9-6) a 28-3 lead in a 38-31 victory.
Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears says he won't say Griffin can't do it again "because he can."
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