The Cowboys and Redskins both enter “Thursday Night Football” in Week 13 hoping to keep their slim postseason hopes alive, as both Dallas (6-5) and Washington (5-6) are fighting for a wild-card spot in the NFC playoff picture. As for the NFC East, a Cowboys loss or tie Thursday against the Redskins means the Eagles would be crowned division champs for 2017.
Angiolet also said he wasn’t concerned about the negative attention turned at the league, including the protests around the national anthem.
“We’ve been a partner of the league since 2010, and this is a five-year deal,” Angiolet said. “The climate might shift temporarily, but in the long haul, the NFL is a great partner and we had no concern renewing our deal.”
“They’re not always going to be pretty wins,” Crawford said. “When you go through tough stretches and still find a way to win, I think that says a lot about your group.”
Harrison Barnes scored 19 and Maxi Kleber tied a career high with 16 points for Dallas, which has lost three in a row. The Mavericks, who had won four of six before the skid, shot 41 percent in the second half despite going 8 of 19 on 3-pointers.
“I don’t think it has anything to do with Montreal, but there’s no doubt that I enjoy playing against the Canadiens in this building and I enjoyed playing for the Canadiens,” Cammalleri said.
Price made a deft move to stop a shot from behind his net, but then saw his soft pass picked off by Ryan Strome and sent to Khaira, who jammed it in before the goalie could get back at 11:37.