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Week 10 NFL lines and odds are on the move, but just where is the money showing at SI Sportsbook? After nine weeks of NFL action, sports bettors continue to witness underdogs holding a slight edge in the wagering outcome with a mark of 76-56-1 (57.6%) Against the Spread (ATS). The action returns with a prime time showdown between the Ravens and Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. The Ravens are currently a 7.5-point home favorite with a total sitting on the game at 46.5 at SI Sportsbook. Get fantasy and betting analysis in your inbox by signing up for the Winners Club newsletter.
The second helping of the NFL's Thanksgiving Thursday comes in the form of a Raiders-Cowboys game that both teams need to have to keep pace in the playoff picture of their respective conferences.
The Cowboys (7-3) will be looking to bounce back after a 19-9 loss against the Kansas City Chiefs in which they were shorthanded and their offense sputtered. Currently the No. 4 seed after dropping down one spot, Dallas will once again reportedly be without receiver Amari Cooper, who remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list after landing on it November 19. Cooper, who is unvaccinated, reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 and is required to isolate for a minimum of 10 days.
The Raiders (5-5), on the other hand, have lost three in a row to the Giants, Chiefs and Bengals and have been outscored by a margin of 96-43 in that span. That has sent Las Vegas tumbling out of the AFC playoff picture altogether. And quarterback Derek Carr, who had entered the MVP conversation several weeks ago has thrown five interceptions in his last four games.
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Here's everything you need to know for Thursday:
What time does Raiders at Cowboys start?
Kickoff is Thursday at 4:30 p.m. ET from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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What TV channel is Raiders at Cowboys on?
The game will be shown nationally on CBS, with Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analysis) and Tracy Wolfson (sideline) on the call.
How can I watch Raiders at Cowboys online via live stream?
The game can be streamed on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app and Paramount+. The game can also be streamed live via FuboTV.
What are the odds for Raiders at Cowboys?
The Cowboys are 7.5-point favorites with the over/under at 50.5 points, according to Tipico Sportsbook.
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32. Lions (previously: 31): Now that Houston's latest victory has all but secured the No. 1 pick of the 2022 draft for Detroit, will the Lions reach for one of the quarterback prospects? Or play it safe by snagging another Oregon product, DE Kayvon Thibodeaux in this case?
25. Falcons (25): They were the first team in 21 years to have three quarterbacks serve up an interception in the same game. Matt Ryan's still the only one to throw a TD pass this year, but he hasn't done that in nearly nine quarters.
24. Seahawks (23): QB Russell Wilson has lost three in a row for the first time in his 10-season NFL career after a record 150 consecutive starts without such ignominy. Frustrated coach Pete Carroll is prematurely walking out of press conferences. Just feels like this is an organization fraying at the seams.
19. Panthers (17): Really need their next two games (at Miami, Atlanta) if they're going to be relevant during season's final month. Good thing QB Cam Newton and RB Christian McCaffrey have baked-in chemistry as both try to navigate an offense neither has played in much.
18. Eagles (21): They're now the No. 1 rushing team in the NFC (153.4 yards per game) and no longer have a goose egg in the win column at Lincoln Financial Field. Fortunately, their next two are in New Jersey against the lowly Giants and Jets -- a golden opportunity to vault Philadelphia into wild-card position.
17. Steelers (13): No team has a tougher seven-game lineup left on its schedule, none of Pittsburgh's remaining opponents owning a losing record. OLB T.J. Watt and S Minkah Fitzpatrick can't return soon enough.
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16. 49ers (19): They're lying in the weeds after beating the Rams on a Monday night before securing a win in Jacksonville despite a 1 p.m. ET kickoff and a cross-country flight during a short week. Sunday's home date with Minnesota could have major playoff ramifications.
15. Bengals (15): Only two road games left for a team that's rebounded into the AFC's top wild-card slot. And comforting to know what a deadeye rookie K Evan McPherson is after he drilled three FGs from 50+ yards, a team record, in Sunday's walkover at Las Vegas.
13. Chargers (12): In yet another remarkable performance Sunday night, QB Justin Herbert became the first player in the Super Bowl era to pass for 350 yards and rush for 90 in the same game. And he's definitely breaking the mold for the Bolts, who'd never had a QB run for at least 90 in the team's 62-season history.
12. Bills (6): Scrutiny on a struggling crew was already building, and now Buffalo will have to figure out its issues on a national stage -- their next two games on Thanksgiving night (at New Orleans) and a Monday nighter against New England in Week 13 ... preceding a road trip to Tampa.
10. Colts (16): RB Jonathan Taylor’s ascendance into NFL superstar -- he just became the fifth player in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) to collect 200 yards from scrimmage and five touchdowns in one game -- occurs just as HBO's cameras began rolling to document "Hard Knocks" during the regular season for the first time.
10. Vikings (11): Even QB Kirk Cousins is looking for room on Minnesota's bandwagon. Not much room on the Cousins bandwagon either, Pro Football Focus justifiably ranking him as the league's second-best passer after Sunday's upset of Green Bay, in part due to his 0.5% interception rate.
9. Ravens (9): They're holding steady at No. 2 in the conference even if they've been fortunate to split the last four contests. Now AFC North leaders enter crucial stretch as they face each of their formidable divisional foes over the next three weeks.
7. Titans (3): The absence of RB Derrick Henry was bound to hurt eventually, but give them credit for what they’ve overcome from a personnel perspective. Tennessee has played a league-high 82 players this season, eight more than any other team.
6. Patriots (8): You can question how many quality wins they have, but when you're beating NFL competition by an aggregate 94-13 score over a three-week period, that speaks volumes. Their next four games are against Tennessee, Buffalo (twice) and Indianapolis, a stretch that should put New England into clearer perspective.
5. Cowboys (2): Losers of two of their past three and incredibly beaten up going into a short Thanksgiving week against Las Vegas. The good news is Dallas' adversity has come against AFC West competition, which should limit any damage suffered on the tiebreaker front.
3. Packers (1): So for their upcoming date with the Rams, Green Bay won't have OL Elgton Jenkins (torn ACL) or LT David Bakhtiari (ACL recovery) as QB Aaron Rodgers tries to evade DT Aaron Donald and OLB Von Miller while on a bum toe. Nothing to see here.
1. Cardinals (4): Give them their flowers as the league's lone nine-win team reclaims the top spot for the second time in the past four weeks. Give them a full bouquet as the league's only 6-0 road team -- all those victories coming by double-digit margins. Yet if Arizona can maintain its current position, as QB Kyler Murray (ankle) and WR DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) continue to heal into the bye week, the Cards won't have to leave the desert after Jan. 2.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Las Vegas Raiders at Dallas Cowboys: Live stream, time, date, betting odds, how to watch
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