Former Alabama defensive back Trevon Diggs leads the Dallas Cowboys to a win over Carson Wentz and the Washington Commanders.

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In the Cowboy's 25-10 victory, Diggs ended the game with three pass deflections and his second interception of the season. Even though Diggs's stats are not anything special, he made most of his impact by locking down the Commander's star wide receiver, Terry McLaurin.

The former Ohio State Buckeye was only held to only two receptions for 15 yards. Last week against Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay, McLaurin ended the game with six receptions for 105 total yards.

Last season Diggs was criticized by NFL coaches for his high-risk-high reward playstyle. Even though he set the Dallas Cowboys franchise record of 11 interceptions in a season, he also gave up 1,068 yards. In four games this year, Diggs has toned down this playstyle and has become more of a lockdown cornerback.

Next week, the Cowboys will be on the road to face the Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams. Diggs throughout the game will be tasked to slow down the reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Year, Copper Kupp, who is a top-five receiver in the NFL. The game will be on Fox at 3:25 p.m. CT.

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