Things have not been great for the Seahawks as of late. The have lost three of their last four games and are banged up. They need to turn things around soon or they will be on the outside looking in for the playoffs. Neither the offense or defense has been the main issue as the team is having issues on both sides of the ball. Geno Smith is banged up, but is playing through injury. Kenneth Walker missed last weeks game and could be out a few more. Devon Witherspoon, who was their No. 5 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, is having some struggles. He was actually benched in their Thanksgiving matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.
Dallas is exactly where they want to be right now. They have been great during the regular season in recent years and struggled in the playoffs. But this year feels different with the way they're playing. Dak Prescott has been playing the best we have ever seen him. The addition of Brandin Cooks in the offseason has played a role in that. They saw Trevon Diggs go down with a season-ending knee injury which was tough for them. The Cowboys didn’t panic however, and have seen their secondary take off. Daron Bland set an NFL record with his 5th pick six on Thanksgiving which is the most in a single season ever. He could increase the record as we still have six games to play.
The Cowboys are a 8.5-point favorites at DraftKings Sportsbook and the total sits at 46.5. On the moneyline, the Cowboys are -425 while the Seahawks are +330.
How to watch Seahawks vs. Cowboys on Thursday Night Football in Week 13
Date: Thursday, November 30
Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Live stream: Prime Video
TV channel: N/A
Location: AT&T Stadium
Odds: Cowboys -425, Seahawks +330, O/U 46.5
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