We have just about reached the point in the year where the Dallas Cowboys begin their trek towards a couple of games on back-to-back Thursdays. There is one Sunday game left between now and then, but needless to say the next couple of weeks are going to be a bit weird.
The Cowboys visit the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon and then will have a quick turnaround before they host the Washington Football Team on Thanksgiving Day. Of course, one week after that they will visit the Baltimore Ravens for another Thursday game, but for the purposes of today’s conversation we are focusing on just the next two games.
Why are we only focusing on a couple of contests? As we talked about earlier this week, the Cowboys could theoretically end November in first place in the NFC East. That is the quickest path to their season dramatically changing and it involves the next two games they are playing. Needless to say things could look very different exactly one week from now.
As we all mosey around looking for leftover turkey the Cowboys are going to have two more games added to their 2020 ledger. They are currently seven-point underdogs for their game this week against Minnesota, and they were trounced by Washington when they met about a month ago.
All of that being said, how do you see these games shaking out? Will the Cowboys find a way to win even one, or miraculously potentially both, of them?
What will the Dallas Cowboys (2-7) record be by this time next week?
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