LIVE: Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys


Thu, Nov 28, 2019
4:30 PM
Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys
AT&T Stadium

The Dallas Cowboys can’t bear to slip-up in the current year’s Thanksgiving matchup against the Buffalo Bills. Dallas is falling off a devastating misfortune to New England, putting the Cowboys at 6-5 on the year. Wild ox is perhaps the most sizzling group in the NFL at this moment, having won three out of its last four on the way to a 8-3 record. The Bills earned a predominant 20- 3 win against the Denver Broncos at home on Sunday evening. Dallas enters Thursday evening’s down as 7-point home top choices, with the all out set at 45. Thursday’s standoff will happen at AT&T Stadium—opening shot is booked for 4:30 p.m. ET on CBS.

Bills peering toward Wild Card spot

Buffalo enters Thursday’s down in runner up in the AFC East behind the New England Patriots. The Bills likely can’t manage the cost of a misfortune on Sunday in the event that they need to stay in conflict for the divisional crown. Be that as it may, Buffalo is in a decent position the extent that the Wild Card is concerned, owning a two-game lead on each other group in the chase. The Bills have won three out of their last four games, getting wins against Washington, Miami and Denver. Their success on Sunday came in predominant style, as they beat the Broncos 20- 3 at home. Wild ox got 22 first downs and enabled Denver to record just nine. The Bills were likewise phenomenal on third down, changing over 8 of their 16 openings while holding the Broncos to a 2 of 11 mark.

The Bills are driven by quarterback Josh Allen. He has tossed for 2,360 yards and 15 touchdowns this season, while tossing just eight capture attempts. Allen has likewise indicated his portability, hurrying the ball 83 times for 387 yards and seven touchdowns. Veteran running back Frank Gore—who turned into the NFL’s third unequaled driving rusher on Sunday—has conveyed the ball 137 times for 541 yards and two scores this year. New kid on the block running back Devin Singletary has included 84 endeavors for 490 yards and a couple of touchdowns. Wide recipient John Brown leads the group with 58 gatherings for 856 yards and five scores. Cole Beasley has included 49 gets for 525 yards and four touchdowns. New kid on the block tight end Dawson Knox has contributed 22 gatherings for 290 yards and two touchdowns. Wild ox’s barrier has been among the best in the group, surrendering just 288.6 yards per game, which positions third behind San Francisco and New England.

Cowboys holding tight in NFC East

Dallas is in desperate need of a success on Thanksgiving. The Cowboys lost a heartbreaker to the Patriots on Sunday and are currently only 6-5 on the season. Dallas still stays in the lead position in the NFC East, yet its lead over Philadelphia is only one game. The Cowboys have now lost two out of their last three games and five of their last eight subsequent to beginning the season 3-0. Sunday’s down denoted the first run through this year that Dallas has been held without a touchdown. The Cowboys entered that game with 444.6 yards per game, including the class’ most hazardous passing assault at 312.7 yards per challenge. New England’s protection showed signs of improvement of them, however, restricting Dallas to only a 2 of 13 mark on third downs.

The Cowboys are captained by quarterback Dak Prescott, who has tossed for 3,433 yards and 21 touchdowns this season. He has tossed 10 capture attempts, in any case. Prescott has included 34 conveys for 197 yards and three scores. Star running back Ezekiel Elliott has hurried the ball 215 times for 919 yards and seven touchdowns. Tony Pollard has included 257 yards and one touchdown on 55 endeavors. Wide collector Amari Cooper drives Dallas with 56 gatherings for 886 yards and seven touchdowns. Michael Gallup has 46 gets for 733 yards and three scores. Veteran tight end Jason Witten has been a key benefactor in his arrival to the alliance, getting 42 goes for 376 yards and two touchdowns. Dallas has likewise been great on edge side of the ball, positioning 6th in yards permitted per game with 318.5. The Cowboys’ offense is scoring 26.8 focuses per game.

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