However, he did record a season-high 27 yards on three receptions.
While Morris leads the NFL with 91.8 rushing yards per game, his five touchdowns leave much to be desired. Fantasy owners can only hope the Redskins start to use him more at the goal line.
Morris carried 26 times for 139 yards and continues to perform at a high fantasy level with four straight efforts over 90 yards.
He has rushed for at least 93 yards in three straight games and has a TD in each of the last two.
The yardage was nice, but owners were likely furious with Roy Helu vulturing three TDs from Morris. The volume is there every week for Morris, however, his upside is limited due to Shanahan's preference for Helu around the goal line.
Morris has rushed for 394 yards and five TDs in three career games versus Dallas.
The Redskins have a bye this week, which should Morris time to heal and possibly be ready for Week 6.
Morris came through yardage-wise, mostly with Washington down big. He's still a No. 1 fantasy RB, but if the Redskins continue to fall behind big early, he's carries could decrease.
Morris ran 12 times for 45 yards and a TD, but there's possibility coach Mike Shanahan might be concerned with the early fumble problems. Morris, however, is still the No. 1 back in Washington.