In honor of the popular social media trend "Throwback Thursday," and in preparation for Monday's game with Washington, let's look back a few years for this week's installment of "TBT."
In 2007, the Cowboys were rolling through the NFC while the Redskins were struggling. But like most division games, it proved to be a battle to the end.
Fortunately for the Cowboys, Terrell Owens was on their side as he lit up Washington's secondary for four touchdowns.
T.O. accounted for all 28 of the Cowboys' points as they held off the Redskins 28-23 at Texas Stadium to improve to 9-1.
Owens even helped seal the game in the final seconds when Washington attempted a Hail Mary to win the game. The Cowboys put the wide receiver back on defense and when the ball got near the goal line, Owens jumped up to deflect the ball out of bounds.
But he was clearly much better at catching the ball, and finding the end zone afterwards.
His 4-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter tied the game 7-7 and after trailing 10-7 at the half, the Cowboys went back to T.O. in the third quarter for a 31-yard score from Tony Romo, who found Owens again early in the fourth on a 46-yard strike to give Dallas a 21-13 lead.
Owens seemingly put the game away with a 52-yard touchdown on the next drive but the Redskins didn't fold, pushing the Cowboys to the limit.
Owens finished the game with eight catches for 173 yards, the ninth-highest single-game total of his career. But it was his only four-touchdown game in his career.