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Las Vegas Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys odds, line, spread: 2021 Thanksgiving Day Betting

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The best betting sites favor the Cowboys over the Raiders when they play on Thursday in NFL action from AT&T Stadium. Las Vegas has dropped their last three games. The Cowboys are 1-2 in their last three and lost to the Chiefs in their last game.

The Cowboys have lost two of their last three. They did not reach the end zone in last week’s loss to Kansas City. Dallas has a chance to get the offense going again when they face the Raiders. LV has covered only two of their last eight, according to the best online sportsbooks.

This could be the first time this season that the Raiders have been dogs of a touchdown or more. Dallas has excelled recently when laying a touchdown+ at home. They have gone 9-1 SU and 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10.

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys NFL Odds by MyBookie.ag

Raiders+7½ ( -110 )51 ( -110 )+275
Cowboys-7½ ( -110 )51 ( -110 )-345
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Betting Las Vegas Raiders

Following a surprising 3-0 SU start to the season, the Raiders have lost the way with five losses in their last seven. As well as a 2-6 ATS record in their last eight games, per the best betting sites. Vegas has scored 16 points or fewer in each of those losses, four which came by double digits.

On Sunday versus the Bengals, the Raiders had an opportunity to start on the right foot following a recovered fumble at the Cincinnati nine-yard line. But they wound up with a field goal. Vegas ranks 28th in the league in red-zone touchdown percentage.

They reach the end zone on just 19 of 37 trips inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. Tight end Darren Waller is the only consistent pass target after the team waived murderer Henry Ruggs. Waller had more than half of Derek Carr’s passing yards against Cincinnati. No other Raider had over 30 yards. At one point, Vegas went nearly three whole quarters without a receiver getting a catch.

Betting Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys have had some offensive woes, but at least they excuses. Already without Amari Cooper and Tyron Smith, the Cowboys lost CeeDee Lamb in the first half of a 19-9 loss at Kansas City. Ezekiel Elliott appears to have a lingering knee injury.

He averages fewer than 50 rushing yards in his last five games. Dallas did not score for the first 56 minutes of a loss to Denver earlier this month. They managed just three field goals in the loss to the Chiefs.

Dak Prescott had three turnovers and the Cowboys were held to 276 total yards. That is 160 below their season average. Dallas has now gone UNDER the total in four straight games according to the best betting sites.

Cooper will miss his second game in a row. Lamb seems unlikely to be ready. This means that Michael Gallup, Cedrick Wilson and Noah Brown will be Prescott’s receivers against the Raiders. Tight end Dalton Schultz was Prescott’s preferred target against the Chiefs. He caught six balls for 53 yards.

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys NFL Picks

With few receivers and a battered offensive line, Vegas is getting Dallas at the right time. The Raiders defense has played well on the road. They allow an average of 23 points per game as the away team.

Dallas has covered its last four games after a SU loss. That includes a 43-3 win over the Falcons in Week 10. The Cowboys offense should feel motivated to rebound with a dominant performance before a national audience. The Raiders’ intermittent attack should have problems keeping up.

The Cowboys need to bounce back from a lukewarm offensive performance against the Chiefs. In that one Dallas had 276 total yards with 16 first downs, 5-of-15 on third-down attempts and three turnovers.