Cowboys vs Bills: Two playoff-caliber teams are set to meet in the second Thanksgiving matchup of Week 13. The Dallas Cowboys will continue their tradition of playing host on Thanksgiving as they welcome the Buffalo Bills to AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys are coming off a tough loss to the New England Patriots last weekend, which dropped them to 6-5 and created plenty of questions surrounding their offense.
Event name: NFL Football Dates: 28th November 2019
Venue: AT&T Stadium
Location:AT&T Stadium, United States
TV: CBS Sports Live
The Dallas Cowboys hosting a game on Thanksgiving day is a tradition in the NFL, and this season will see the Cowboys host a game with massive playoff implications. The Buffalo Bills, who have been one of the NFL’s most pleasant surprises, come to town. Both teams are looking to improve their postseason positioning on the big Thanksgiving stage.
Bills vs. Cowboys- NFL Week 13- Tune-In Information
When: Thursday, November 28
Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
Buffalo improved to 8-3 on the season with last week’s 20-3 victory over the Denver Broncos. In a battle of quarterbacks named Allen, it was Josh Allen of the Bills who got the better of Brandon Allen of the Broncos. The Bills defense held Denver to just 134 yards of offense for the game, with the Bills taking a 13-0 lead and never looking back. Against a Cowboys offense that has had success through the air and on the ground, the Bills will be tested defensively on Thanksgiving.
Dallas lost a rain soaked affair against the New England Patriots last weekend, with the Patriots defeating the Cowboys 13-9. Dallas’ defense came to play against Tom Brady and company, holding the Patriots under 300 yards for the game. However, the Dallas offense struggled in the elements, as it failed to get into the endzone and could not overcome an early Patriots lead. The Cowboys will need to overcome a tenacious Buffalo defense to perform better offensively in this matchup.
Prediction: Our Analyst Ryan Brandenburger says this one won’t be as close as people expect it to be, take the Bills and he’s looking at a Bills 24 – Cowboys 17 score, Bills looking to cover that 6.5.