Winston, Bucs pile on hapless Cowboys
•TAMPA BAY 10, DALLAS 6: Jameis Winston scored on a 1-yard quarterback keeper with 54 seconds remaining, lifting the host Bucs (4-5) over the Cowboys (2-7) and extending Dallas' longest losing streak since 1989 to seven games. The No. 1 draft pick shrugged off two interceptions — the first he'd thrown in a month — and benefited from a defensive holding call that wiped out his goal-line fumble on the play before the rookie faked a handoff to Doug Martin and circled around right end all alone. The Cowboys reached the Tampa Bay 44 following the ensuing kickoff, but Matt Cassel's throw to the end zone intended for Dez Bryant was intercepted by Bradley McDougald.
•WASHINGTON 47, NEW ORLEANS 14: Kirk Cousins threw for a career-high four touchdowns — each one longer than any scoring pass he'd completed all season — to lead the Redskins (4-5) over the Saints (4-6) in Landover, Md. Cousins went 20-for-25 for 324 yards, zero interceptions and a perfect passer rating of 158.3, connecting for TDs of 78 yards to Matt Jones, 16 and 8 yards to Jordan Reed, and 11 yards to Jamison Crowder. Cousins didn't have a touchdown toss of more than 7 yards until he got to go up against the Saints' porous and poor-tackling defense. The 33-point margin of victory for the Redskins was the team's largest since beating San Francisco by 35, 52-17, in October 2005. The Saints lost their second game in a row.