clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Thanksgiving Midday Thread

Continuing your Thanksgiving day football coverage

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Carolina Panthers (10-0) @ Dallas Cowboys (3-7)

Where to Watch: 4:30 on CBS

Spread: Cowboys by 1

Over/Under: 46

Pre-Game Analysis: The Panthers have won every game they've played in this season and it's almost certain that the Panthers will win the NFC. Cam Newton leads the Panthers offense, which is third best in the NFL despite the fact that the Panthers don't have any quality passing options outside of Tight End Greg Olsen. Newton has completed 174 out of 305 passes for 2,283 yards, 20 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. He also has 382 yards and 6 touchdowns off of 86 carries. The Panthers offense gets some help from the Panthers defense, which is the fifth best defense in the NFL.

The Cowboys have struggled this season, as they lost seven of their last eight games since Week Two. Tony Romo was able to return to lead the Cowboys to victory last week against Miami. The Cowboys offense isn't the dominant force that it was in 2014 as Dez Bryant has also had some troubles with injuries this season and the Cowboys rushing offense isn't what it was in 2014.

Prediction: Panthers continue their league dominance with a win in JerryWorld. Panthers 30-10.