"I don't have enough game balls, but I know Fat Rob's getting one."
The Washington Redskins used a complete team effort to run away from the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night, from Robert Kelley rushing for three touchdowns to Kirk Cousins' three touchdowns and the defense shutting down Aaron Rodgers early and often.
By the final whistle, the Redskins turned a close game into a 42-24 victory in front of a national audience.
"Offensive line, tight ends. It's a team game and everybody has their hand in it," Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said during his victory speech. "The quarterback, the receivers are blocking. Everybody's making plays. Defensively, man that's a [heck] of a group over there you shut down. Josh Norman, big forced fumble, man. Give it up, man."
While it was a joyous moment for Gruden and Co., the head coach wanted to make one thing clear.
That showdown with the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day is fast approaching.
"Let's go get the Cowboys," Gruden said.