The all-time series between the Raiders and the Cowboys is tied 6-6and they last met on December 17, 2017.
Idle Cowboys Players
the Cowboys will not feature the following players in week 12:
Cowboys odds -7.5
Raiders odds +7.5
Over / Under 51.5
How to watch Raiders vs Cowboys
Date: Thursday, November 25
Time: 4:30 pm ET
TV: CBS, NFL Network
Transmission: Paramount +
Raiders inactive players
The following Raiders players are inactive against the Cowboys
CeeDee Lamb on Thanksgiving
Lamb CeeDee He returned to practice this week, but will not return to the field for the Dallas Cowboys.
Lamb will be out for the Cowboys’ Thanksgiving game against the visiting Las Vegas Raiders, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and Jane Slater reported. Now cowboys will look for people like Ced Wilson and Michael Gallup to intensify.
Raiders injury report
Three players appeared on the Raiders injury report prior to the Cowboys matchup, two of them have been ruled out, linebacker Nick kwiatkoski (ankle) and corner Keisean Nixon (ankle), the other one who received a questionable designation is offensive guard John simpson (ribs).
CeeDee Lamb with 50% chance to play
With Amari Cooperconfirmed absence, Lamb CeeDee Should be the Cowboys’ best catcher against the Raiders, the talented player practiced Wednesday but was officially placed in the Cowboys spot. injured list as questionable with a 50% chance of playing after suffering a concussion against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Michael Irvin furious with Amari Cooper
Last Friday, Amari Cooper, wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys was placed in the COVID-19 list and as he was not vaccinated, he missed Sunday’s game against Kansas City Chiefs and it won’t be in the Thanksgiving I play the Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday, November 25.
As a result, the Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael irvin, who has been a huge fan of Cooper since he came to the Cowboys in a legitimate trade with the Raiders in the middle of the 2018 season, raged against the 27-year-old.
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The Raiders offense ranks 10th in the league in total offense (373.3 yards per game), third in passing (289.6 ypg), 28th in rushing yards (83.7 ypg) and 18th in points (22.3 points per game). Defensively, the The Raiders are tied for 15th in total defense. (352.9 ypg), 10th in passing (220.8 ypg), 29 on the ground (132.1 ypg) and tied for 25th in points allowed (26.2 ppg).
The cowboy offensive ranks first in total offense (418.1 ypg), fifth in passing (284.3 ypg), fifth on the ground (133.8 ypg) and third in points (29.3 points). Defensively, the Cowboys qualify 18th in total defense (355.6 ypg), 20th in passing (251.9 ypg), 10th in speed (103.7 ypg) and eighth in points allowed (21.4 points per game).
Both teams are coming off a loss
Both teams struggled to reach the end zone in their respective games on Sunday with the Raiders. score a solo touchdown, and the Cowboys settle for three field goals. Both are coming off tough losses and stalled offenses, Dallas and Las Vegas will be looking to increase energy on offense to push the field for a Thanksgiving win.