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    Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders Pick Prediction NFL Thanksgiving Odds 11-28-2013

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    The Oakland Raiders will travel on Thanksgiving to face the Dallas Cowboys in an NFL pro football game on Thursday afternoon.

    Kick off time from Dallas is scheduled for 4:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by CBS TV.


    The NFL odds from this Thanksgiving Day game have the home side Dallas Cowboys favored by –9 1/2 points with a total of 45 1/2 points.

    Oakland has fallen to 4-7 on the 2013 season following a 23-19 home defeat last week to the Tennessee Titans as a +2 ½ point underdog. The game total finished at the closing line of 42 points. The Raiders were up by a field goal late but allowed a 10 yard touchdown pass by Ryan Fitzpatrick with 10 seconds left in the loss.

    The Raiders offense produced 353 yards with 93 rushing on 23 carries. Rookie Matthew McGloin hit on 19 of 32 passes for 260 yards with a touchdown and pick. Rashad Jennings ran for 73 yards on 16 carries. The Raiders lost the time of possession battle by 11 ½ minutes and go 0 of 2 inside the red zone. The team turned the football over twice and took none away from Tennessee. On defense Oakland allowed the Tennessee offense 426 yards with 114 rushing. The Raiders held the Titans to 1 of 4 conversions inside the red zone.

    Dallas improved to 6-5 on the year following a 24-21 road victory last week to the New York Giants as a +2 ½ point underdog. The game ended at over 44 ½ points. Dallas lost a 15 point second half lead as they needed a 35 yard field goal by Dan Bailey as time expired.

    The Cowboys posted 327 yards of offense with 107 rushing on 20 carries. Tony Romo completed 23 of 38 passes for 250 yards with two touchdowns and one pick. DeMarco Murray had a positive game by rushing for 86 yards on 14 carries. Each team committed one turnover. On defense Dallas allowed the Giants 356 yards with 202 rushing on 30 carries. The Cowboys held New York to just 1 of 3 conversions inside the red zone.