By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Washington Redskins face the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving. The game will kickoff at 4:30 pm at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The Redskins come into the game with a 6-4 record. They; however, are 3-1 on the road.
The Cowboys are 5-5 on the season. They are 3-1 at home.
According to Covers.com, the Redskins have a 54% chance to win the game, according to their public poll. Washington is given a 56% chance to win the game, according to their expert poll.
The Redskins won the previous meeting this season. They won 20-17 in Landover, Maryland on October 21st.
The Cowboys have not won in the series since November 30th, 2017. Dallas won that game 38-14.
In the past 10 meeting, Dallas holds a 7-3 advantage.
Washington comes into the game on a one-game losing streak. They were defeated 23-21 to the Houston Texas on Sunday.
Their last win came against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 11th. The Redskins won 16-3 in Tampa, Florida.
Dallas is currently on a three-game win streak. They defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-20, on November 11th in Philadelphia, Pa.
The Cowboys then defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 22-19, on Sunday.
“America’s Team” has not lost since a Monday Night Football game on November 5th. They were defeated 28-14 by the Tennessee Titans.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has gone 197 of 305 for 2,138 passing yards. He also had 11 touchdowns and five interceptions.
Ezekiel Elliott leads all the running backs with 191 carries for 953 yards and five touchdowns. Cole Beasley leads all the receivers with 45 receptions for 454 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
Redskins quarterback Alex Smith — who suffered a broken tibia and fibula on Sunday against the Texans and had season-ending surgery — has gone 205 of 328 for 2,180 passing yards. He also had 10 touchdowns and five interceptions.
Smith will be replaced for the rest of the season by Colt McCoy. Mark Sanchez was signed to be McCoy’s backup on Monday.
Adrian Peterson leads the running backs with 171 carries for 723 yards and six touchdowns. Jordan Reed leads the receivers with 44 receptions for 462 yards and two touchdowns
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