Just minutes after his fumble allowed the Cowboys to take a seven-point lead, Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson scored a game-tying touchdown.
Jackson fumbled on a punt return late in the fourth quarter, setting Dallas up with good field position and allowing Darren McFadden to score the go-ahead touchdown.
On the ensuing drive, Kirk Cousins found Jackson for a 28-yard touchdown catch. After punter Tress Way handled a high snap on the extra point, the game was tied.
Washington lost the game, though, when Dallas kicker Dan Bailey hit a 54-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining.
- Dan Gartland