17th week NFL The season kicked off with the Dallas Cowboys defeating the Tennessee Titans 27-13 at Thursday night football.
This was the final Thursday matchup of the season and had mixed ramifications for both teams. Tennessee was trying to determine if journeyman quarterback Josh Dobbs was the best option to lead the club to victory. Next week against the Jaguars for the AFC South title.
Dallas has already qualified for the playoffs, but still wants to win the NFC East. However, if the Eagles beat the Saints on Sunday, the Boys would be out of contention for the division title.
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Finals: Dallas Cowboys 27, Tennessee Titans 13
Up your gut!
If you get lost, hit the ground with a zeke. The Boys’ first possession didn’t go well, but his second chance to score a point did, and a 10-play, 60-yard drive saw him score seven and vintage Ezekiel his Elliott in center. ran up.
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Dropping passes has been a problem for the Boys all season, and before diving into Tennessee’s safety Kevin Byard’s lap, he once again bit his butt when the ball bobbled off Peyton Hendershott’s hand.
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After Baird stole Tennessee’s first takeaway of the game, he slid in front of another Prescott pass attempt to succeed in the second INT of the first half. The decisive grab put the Titans in the best position to attack from field goal range, bringing them within four at the half.
After a big pass interference call put the Cowboys in the red zone, Kellen Moore made a play call to one of his favorite short-range targets and Dalton Schultz proved his credibility with a refreshing walk-in score. Confirmed. TD put Dallas up 17-6.
The link between Prescott and Schultz strengthened, scoring points again early in the fourth as the 4th dialed up quite a robber against the 86th in the end zone, putting Dallas up 24-13. And Schultz let the defenders know his inadequacies.
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