An Optimistic Schedule Breakdown of America’s Team

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Aug 9, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (35) dives for a touchdown during the fourth quarter at O.Co Coliseum. The Oakland Raiders defeated the Dallas Cowboys 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Aug 9, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (35) dives for a touchdown during the fourth quarter at O.Co Coliseum. The Oakland Raiders defeated the Dallas Cowboys 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Oakland Raiders:

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo should be thankful this Thanksgiving for the Oakland Raiders, who rank near the bottom for defense in three out the four main categories.  Also, their offense is only putting up 19.4 points a game, ranking at 26th in the league. One point of caution for the Cowboys is the Raiders ability to run the ball. They are the fourth-ranked rushing offense, putting up 145.4 yards per game and that could be a challenge to the defense. Also, they are pretty stingy on their defense on giving up rushing yards, allowing only 97.6 rushing yards per game.  So it would be a safe bet that this would be a game to air it out. In the end I see the Cowboys winning big at home, 35 to 14.  Record 7-5

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  • Bering A. Realist

    Give me some of what your drinking

  • Jd

    The only thing I’ll say about your predictions is this… If Dallas can find a way to win a game against the Giants, games that they haven’t won in 4 years, I’ll buy into it & could see Dallas at least 9-7. But if they lose to the Giants, their season is over.