The Dallas Cowboys have a very unique history with the Baltimore Ravens, and there will be a very unique chapter written in their upcoming matchup. Dallas has only ever even beaten the Ravens one single time, and that happened the last time that these two teams met during the 2016 season. That game followed the famed “football is a meritocracy” speech as Tony Romo waved the white flag against then-rookie Dak Prescott, needless to say a whole lot has happened between then and now.
This particular game between the Cowboys and Ravens was originally set to take place this Thursday night (12/3), but due to the number of times the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers game got rescheduled, and ultimately got pushed to Wednesday (12/2), this Cowboys game with the Ravens will be on Tuesday (12/8). It will mark the first time in Dallas Cowboys history that the team will play a game on a Tuesday.
Who the Cowboys even see in Baltimore remains to be seen. It is probable that they will draw Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, but there really is a large level of unknown for their team because of COVID challenges. Dallas will of course be reliant upon Andy Dalton and look to maybe get another amazing catch from CeeDee Lamb, but DeMarcus Lawrence and Co. might have to lead the game on the defensive side of the ball.
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