By STEPHEN HAWKINS
AP Sports Writer
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Washington Football Team is just barely still in playoff contention. A 56-14 loss to NFC East champion Dallas was its third in a row, and the most-lopsided setback for the team since 2007. Taylor Heinicke threw an interception on Washington’s first offensive play when trying to go deep. The team was down 28-7 in the second quarter when veteran defensive tackles Daron Payne and Jonathan Allen got in a scuffle on the bench. Washington lost its third game in a row and is guaranteed its fifth consecutive losing record.