5 bold predictions for Cowboys against Raiders

5 bold predictions for Cowboys against Raiders

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI– NOVEMBER 21: Frank Clark # 55 of the Kansas City Chiefs removes the ball from Dak Prescott # 4 of the Dallas Cowboys in the very first quarter during the game at Arrowhead Stadium on November 21, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Picture by David Eulitt/Getty Images).

The Cowboys are an injured team heading into their Week 12 matchup against the Raiders. Here are 5 strong forecasts on how the game will opt for Dallas.
Lots of fans believed the Cowboys would participate in an entertaining shootout last Sunday against the Chiefs. Instead, Dak Prescott was sacked five times and the Dallas offense only mustered nine points against Kansas City. Getting the aerial attack back on track will be a huge concern for head coach Mike McCarthy versus the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day.
For the Cowboys, Las Vegas defense comes into this game offering up 26.2 points per contest. The Raiders have some skill up front, however their secondary will be overmatched versus Dallas deep group of talented pass receivers.
That must offer Prescott a strong chance to get his season back on track if his offending line can provide him a tidy pocket to work from.
5 bold forecasts on how the Cowboys will play on Thanksgiving Day.

5. Keanu Neal will notch double-digit takes on.
Neal continues to become a growing number of important part of the Cowboys defensive intend on a weekly basis. When he lead the defense with seven total tackles consisting of five solo stops, he was especially active last week against the Chiefs.
Today Neal will be leaned on greatly to compare versus Raiders tight end Darren Waller for long stretches. He will not lock out Las Vegas best receiver, but he will avoid him from making deep catches down the seam. The end outcome will see Neal leading Dallas once again in tackles with a minimum of 10.

Lots of fans thought the Cowboys would engage in an entertaining shootout last Sunday against the Chiefs. Instead, Dak Prescott was sacked 5 times and the Dallas offense only mustered nine points against Kansas City. The end result will see Neal leading Dallas again in tackles with at least 10.