‘Skins scoop: Redskins rivalry dismissed by Dallas

Orlando Scandrick at Redskins training camp

RICHMOND, Va. - There are only a few guarantees in football: training camp is a grind, quarterbacks will get paid and the Washington Redskins do not like the Dallas Cowboys.

The Redskins/Cowboys rivalry is the fiercest for the burgundy and gold. However, lately - the grudge game hasn't been much of a game.

The Redskins have lost four in a row vs. their NFC East division foe and dropped six of the past seven.

The series has become so one-sided, Orlando Scandrick - now in his first year with the 'Skins after a decade with Dallas, tells News 3 he has former teammates in Big D who do not respect the Redskins as a rival.

Orlando Scandrick at Redskins training camp

"It's been pretty lopsided for the last few years," admitted Scandrick, who was selected by the Cowboys in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. "So a lot of those guys that are over there in Dallas: the three, four years they've been there - they haven't lost to Washington. So it doesn't really feel like a rival. It's time to turn that around."

During Scandrick's 10 seasons with the Cowboys, Dallas beat the burgundy and gold 14 of 20 times.

Scandrick signed a two-year, $10 million contract with the Redskins in March. Washington and Dallas meet twice this season - the first match-up taking place Sunday October 21st at FedEx Field. The game will be broadcast live on News 3.