Kicking off Week 17 of the NFL season are the Tennessee Titans and the Dallas Cowboys.
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Even on the road, we’ll lay the points with the Cowboys here. With Malik Willis at quarterback, the Titans have struggled mightily offensively. Over the last two games, they haven’t scored more than 14 points, and Willis doesn’t have a single passing touchdown this season.
The Titans have an offensive line that has allowed 167 pressures this season, and the Cowboys have 48 sacks and 315 total pressures this season.
Willis will need to find a way to get his rushing ability going. While he should suit up, running back, Derrick Henry also landed on the injury report.
With Ryan Tannehill at quarterback, this Titans team can do much more offensively. Still, with Willis, there hasn’t been much indication that he’ll get things going, especially against this Cowboys defense.
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We mentioned that the Titans' offense has been relatively destitute with Willis under center. Still, the Cowboys' offense has been making things happen. Over the last eight weeks, their lowest point total was 27 back in Week 14. They’ve had five games with 30 or more points throughout that span and even put up 54 against the lowly Colts.
At 40 points here, the Cowboys will do most of the heavy lifting, perhaps nearing 30 points, while the Titans put together some garbage time drives to send this total over.
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