Josh Norman's eyes lit up as he reflected on the spectacle of playing Dallas on Thanksgiving Day that he experienced a year ago.
“It's a big show,” Norman said. “It really is.”
The big show attracts Norman, the All-Pro cornerback the Washington Redskins will count on to contain the Dallas Cowboys' passing attack. When the Cowboys beat the Redskins in September, rookie quarterback Dak Prescott threw for 292 yards, 102 to elite receiver Dez Bryant, whom Norman didn't get a chance to defend until late in the game.
Dallas has Cole Beasley and tight end Jason Witten to complement Bryant, but Norman is itching for another challenge against one of the top...