Thursday is the finale of Amazon’s first season with “Thursday Night Football.” The game has a strange atmosphere.
The Cowboys continue to chase the Eagles in NFC East, but catching them is no easy task. Titans, on the other hand, aren’t really playing for anything.
Knowing that, the Titans seem to be treating this as an exhibition in preparation for their play-in game against the Jaguars in Week 18. Joshua Dobbs will start at quarterback in place of rookie Malik Willis, who is starting in place of the injured Ryan Tannehill. (ankle). A number of other starters have also been sidelined with injuries.
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The Cowboys are back in the East with the Eagles in two games. Dallas needs to win his last two games and Philly needs to lose his last two games. With the Eagles facing the Saints on Sunday and Jalen Hurts likely to return to the lineup, the Cowboys are likely to keep their top players on Thursday.
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That creates interesting dynamics. The Cowboys have been struggling with his AFC South foe, losing to the Texans and then to the Jaguars in overtime. Will things play out differently for a Tennessee team that just wants to get through the week unscathed?
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The Sporting News offers live score updates and highlights from the final “Thursday Night Football” game of the 2022 NFL season, the Cowboys vs. Titans.
Cowboys vs. Titans score
Cowboys vs. Titans live update, ‘Thursday Night Football’ highlights
8:54 pm — McCarthy and the Cowboys thought nothing of it, and Marr slammed a 36-yard field goal. Cowboys 10, Titans 0
8:50 p.m. — The Cowboys would close out the quarter with runs in the third and first, and put up the fourth and short to start the second. Mike McCarthy has to make a decision early on.
8:48 pm — Davis makes his presence felt again. He cuts his 24 yards through the middle of the defense just as the Cowboys invade Titans territory. Cowboy is at his 24-yard line for the Titans and is trying to get comfortable early.
8:42 p.m. — Following a short gain run, Dobbs missed Austin Hooper down the middle and Robert Woods dropped a pass on third down. A quick three-and-out for the Titans in response to his TD for the Cowboys.
8:37 pm — The Cowboys won the drive with an Ezekiel Elliott touchdown to take the lead. That drive was 10 plays for 60 yards at 5:30 and the ground he was leaning heavily on the game. Cowboys 7, Titans 0.
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8:36 p.m. — If this drive continues, the Cowboys will have their first goal of the two. They snap directly at Elliot who takes it inside.
8:33 p.m. — The Cowboys involved TY Hilton for a 7-yard quick route before Noah Brown drew a pass interference. The Cowboys continue to move relatively easily, and currently the Titans rank him 13th. Without Tony Pollard, Malik Davis runs up center with his seven.
8:31 p.m. — Dallas is moving the ball well to initiate this drive. 2nd and 5th offside, Prescott found a first down by Dalton Schultz shortly after. They are in Titan territory.
8:27 pm — This call is an illegal move for the Titans, so the Cowboys get the ball from their own 40-yard line to start this drive.
8:26 p.m. — Following a decent catch and run by Okonkwo, the Titans have to punt a fourth down.
8:25 p.m. — A really great Dobbs run for the first down can be erased by a hold and an incomplete second and 16th can be a drive-killing penalty. .
8:23 p.m. — Dobbs completed the first pass to Okonkwo for a 12-yard gain. Boost confidence in young quarterbacks.
8:19 p.m. — Titan kicks things off the right way, forcing a punt after giving up one first on the drive. Joshua Dobbs takes the field for the first time from his 13-yard line on his own.
8:15 p.m. — The Cowboys take the opening kick through the end zone. They start at his 25-yard line on their own.
8pm — This will be the final TNF game of the season as the Titans host the Cowboys at Nissan Stadium. Remember Joshua Dobbs will start for the Titans and Derrick Henry will miss. The Cowboys are chasing the Eagles in NFC East. They have to win his next two games and the Eagles have to lose.
Cowboys vs. Titans start time
- date: Thursday, December 29th
- time: 8:15 PM ET (7:15 PM ET)
The game kicks off at 8:15 PM ET (7:15 PM local time) at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Forecasts call for highs of 50 degrees Fahrenheit to lows of 60 degrees Fahrenheit and high humidity.
Which channel is Cowboys vs. Titans?
- TV Channels (Dallas): KDFWMore
- TV Channels (Nashville): WTVF
- Live stream: Prime Video (US) | DAZN (Canada)
Like all other “Thursday Night Football” broadcasts, Cowboys vs. Titans will be streamed live on Prime Video. Al Michaels (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (color analyst), and Kaylee Hartung (sideline reporter) answer the phone.
Canadian viewers can watch DAZN’s live streams featuring every NFL game.