Until Monday night, Dallas had played well at home, especially on defense.
Davis scored 9.0 FanDuel points in Week 9. Here is a quick breakdown of both teams and a prediction for tonight. During the next drive for the Titans, the Cowboys defense allowed four 3rd down conversions. Cooper played well in his Cowboys debut, catching five passes for 58 yards and a touchdown. The result: Dallas not only covered, but exploded for a 40-7 outright win that covered the spread with an unthinkable amount of room to spare. The Cowboys are coming off a bye and this is a must win with the schedule moving forward.
Tierney has considered the ramifications of Cooper's addition to the Cowboys' offense. He finished with 61 rushing yards and 51 receiving on 21 total touches, but it wasn't enough to ignite the Cowboys' offense. Yet again Dallas failed to make it count as Prescott was picked off by Kevin Byard as he attempted to thread a pass through to Cooper at the back of the end zone. His presence should relieve some stress for Ezekiel Elliott and the run game as well. Tennessee has the talent, but they just have not shown it consistently and that has hurt them. For the Titans to win this game Monday, the defensive intensity level can not drop and someone has to step up and be the hype man for that team. They have lost three straight games after starting the season 3-1 and are looking to do anything to stop that slide.
We can tell you Tierney is leaning toward the over, but his much stronger play is on the side. He's sharing what it is, and who to back, only at SportsLine.
The Cowboys have a number of options to replace the rookie second-round pick from Texas, who has largely been a disappointment as he has struggled with the move from tackle in college to guard in the NFL. And what alarming trend makes one side hit hard?
Even if the Dallas Cowboys were better than 3-5, Jerry Jones says he would have plenty of cause for concern based on what he saw in a damaging loss to Tennessee.