Raiders and Cowboys set their sights on getting back on track for Thanksgiving

Raiders and Cowboys set their sights on getting back on track for Thanksgiving

Las Vegas and Dallas, two of the hottest teams at the start of the season, are trying to regain the rhythm to close the regular season in a strong way

ARLINGTON – The Dallas cowboys and Las vegas raiders they have just one win against each other in November, and one more chance to do something about it before the final stretch to the playoffs known as December.

Coincidentally, they play against each other in the Thanksgiving Day.

So, forget about the wide receiver of Dallas, Amari Cooper, face his former team for the first time this Thursday; a positive test for COVID-19 and his vaccination status took care of it. And the acting head coach Rich bisaccia You probably won’t spend long thinking about your return to the place you left to join the Raiders three years ago.

The Cowboys (7-3), leaders of the NFC East, want to bounce back at home after a poor offensive performance, just like they did a week and a half ago against the Atlanta Falcons. The Raiders (5-5) need to end a three-game losing streak that cost them first place in the AFC West.

“I don’t know the right word for it, but there is definitely a feeling of, ‘Enough, we have to win,'” explained the quarterback. Las Vegas, Derek Carr. “It is a huge game because it is the game that follows. But what an opportunity for us to get back on track in a hostile environment against a very good American football team. “

Dallas lagged 30 to underprivileged by double digits Denver Broncos in a 30-16 loss before beating the Falcons by 43-3. Now the Cowboys They come from a 19-9 stumble against the Kansas city chiefs in which offensive No. 1 of the NFL, with disappointing performances from the quarterback Dak prescott and the running game, he did not score a touchdown.

The expected return of the left tackle Tyron smith, who missed three games with an ankle injury, could be the boost the Cowboys.

“As we head to the final part of the campaign, we must start to get things moving again,” offered the runner. Ezekiel Elliott, who received another blow between the Chiefs to a right knee that has been bothering him for weeks. “It is time to start firing all the cylinders.”

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