THey Las Vegas Raiders (5-5) travels to Texas to face this Dallas Cowboys (7-3) for a Thanksgiving game on the grate, with kick offset for Thursday at 3:30 p.m. CT in the AT&T stadium.
The all-time series between the Raiders and Cowboys is tied 6-6, and they last met on December 17, 2017.
1. 7:44 am – TOUCHDOWN McKeon! Hunter 7-6 cowboys
Dak Prescott running 10 yards for the Dallas touchdown. The game threw off the Raiders defenders. Although the home side had the chance to equalize, Zürlein missed the extra point.
1. 9:11 am – Dallas drives forward and answers
Prescott moves the chains and generates the first response from Dallas. The quarterback found Ezekiel Elliott and Pollard on his floor but still shows no confidence.
1st place 11:45 – DeSean Jackson scores for Las Vegas – Raiders 7-0 Cowboys
Derek Carr throws a deep pass to the left to DeSean Jackson, who runs 56 yards for the Raiders’ first touchdown. Carlson gets the extra point and Las Vegas takes a 7-0 lead.
1. 13:00 – Attackers on the offensive
Dallas passes the ball after their first offensive series. The Raiders closed the drive well and will attack with Derek Carr. Prescott’s attacks were of no depth.
1st place 14:45 – Raiders 0-0 Cowboys
Kicking off! The cowboys get the ball and have the first offensive series. Dak Prescott begins using his options deck. He runs the ball in his first few games with Ezekiel Elliot, but wins a few yards.
The Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders have only one win in November and one more chance to do something about it before the final leg of the playoffs known as December.
They happen to be playing against each other on Thanksgiving Day.
Happy Game Day, Happy Thanksgiving
The Dallas Cowboys are one of the few NFL teams that always play home games on Thanksgiving Day.
This tradition began in the 1960s, in the early years of the franchise’s existence. The general manager of the Cowboys at the time was Tex Schramm, a man who knew the importance of promoting the Cowboys and who led them to become America’s Team.
Cowboys inactive players
tea Cowboys will be without the following players in week 12:
Cowboys odds -7.5
Raider odds +7.5
Over / Under 51.5
This is how you see raiders vs cowboys
Date: Thursday, November 25th
Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
TV: CBS, NFL network
Streaming: Outstanding +
Raiders inactive players
The following raiders players are inactive vs. the cowboys
CeeDee lamb out for Thanksgiving
CeeDee lamb returned to training this week but will not return to the field for the Dallas Cowboys.
Lamb will be out for the Cowboys’ Thanksgiving game against the Las Vegas Raiders, reported Tom Pelissero and Jane Slater of the NFL Network. Now the cowboys are looking for people like Ced Wilson and Michael Gallup to ascend.
Raider injury report
Three players appeared on the Raiders’ injury report prior to the matchup against the Cowboys, two of whom were disfellowshipped, linebackers Nick Kwiatkoski (Ankle) and cornerback Keisean Nixon (Knuckles), the other one who has received a questionable designation is Offensive Guard John Simpson (Ribs).
CeeDee Lamb with 50% chance of playing
With Amari Cooperconfirmed absence, CeeDee lamb was supposed to be the top receiver of the Cowboys against the Raiders, the talented player practiced on Wednesday but was officially bet on the Cowboys. List of injured as questionable with a 50% chance of playing the Kansas City Chiefs after a concussion.
Michael Irvin angry with Amari Cooper
Last Friday, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper was put on the COVID-19 List and because he wasn’t vaccinated, he missed Sunday’s game against Kansas City Chiefs and will not be in the Thanksgiving Game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday, November 25th.
As a result, Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Michael irvinHe, who has been a huge Cooper fan since joining the Cowboys in trading with the Raiders in the middle of the 2018 season, raged against the 27-year-old.
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The raiders offensive 10th place in the league in the overall offensive (373.3 yards per game), third in the pass (289.6 ypg), 28th in rushing (83.7 ypg) and 18th in points (22.3 ppg). Defensive the Raiders rank tied in 15th place in overall defense (352.9 ypg), 10th in pass (220.8 ypg), 29th in noise (132.1 ypg) and tied for 25th in permitted points (26.2 ppg).
The cowboys offensive ranks first in the overall offensive (418.1 ypg), fifth in pass (284.3 ypg), fifth in noise (133.8 ypg) and third in points (29.3 points). The cowboys rank defensively 18. Overall Defense (355.6 ypg), 20th in passing (251.9 ypg), 10th in noise (103.7 ypg) and eighth in allowed points (21.4 ppg).
Both teams come from a defeat
Both teams struggled to reach the end zone in their respective games on Sunday, with the Raiders scoring a single touchdown and the Cowboys settling for three field goals. With both heavy casualties and stagnant attacks behind them, Dallas and Las Vegas will attempt to increase the energy on the offensive to push the field down and score a Thanksgiving victory.