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The Cowboys look to shake off a tough road loss and turn the page quickly to another AFC West opponent.
Who doesn't love Thanksgiving? Family, food, and Dallas Cowboys football. I am especially thankful this year as we can all zoom right past the tough loss the Cowboys took on Sunday in Kansas City. The Cowboys have turned the page as well as all eyes are now on the reeling Las Vegas Raiders who have lost their last three games. The one thing we do know about Thanksgiving football is Dallas is going to get their opponent’s best on a worldwide stage, so regardless of records, the Cowboys better be locked in and ready to battle it out with this Raiders team.
This game could be a sneaky big game for this Cowboys team. 8-3 looks a lot better than 7-4 with losses in three out of your last four games. The Cowboys will look to steady the ship as they close out November and head into the home stretch of the season, but before they do that they will need to finish their plate on Thanksgiving first.