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Cowboys vs. Titans 2022 NFL Week 17 Odds, Preview & Pick

By Hank Blaine

The final Thursday night game of the 2022-23 NFL regular season features the Dallas Cowboys visiting the Tennessee Titans in Week 17. Really, the Titans have nothing to play for as their Week 18 matchup vs. Jacksonville will determine whether they win the AFC South.

Nitrobetting is ready to equip its bettors with the latest news, NFL odds, and special features for the entire duration of the 2022 NFL season. This time, let’s take a closer look at the upcoming week 17 clash between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tennessee Titans.

Cowboys vs. Titans Game Information

  • When: Thursday, December 29, 2022, 8:20 PM ET
  • Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN
  • TV: Amazon Prime Video
  • Radio: KMVK 107.5 FM (Cowboys) // WGFX 104.5 The Zone (Titans)
  • Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
  • NFL Odds: Cowboys (-10) // Titans (+10)

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Why Bet on the Dallas Cowboys?

Dallas still has a shot to win the NFC East and maybe get the conference’s top seed after beating conference and division-leading Philadelphia 40-34 on Saturday. Dak Prescott completed 27-of-35 attempts for 347 yards, three touchdowns and one interception, adding six rushing attempts for 41 yards. Prescott’s interception came on the Cowboys’ first drive of the game and was returned for a TD. He had Dalton Schultz open in the flat but didn’t loft the ball enough over Josh Sweat.

Since Prescott returned from injury in Week 7, the Cowboys lead the NFL with 36.0 points per game over the past 10 weeks and have scored at least 24 points in each of their past nine games. Prescott has five games with a completion percentage of 75-or-higher (minimum 25 attempts) this season, tied with Joe Burrow for the most such games in the NFL this season.

CeeDee Lamb caught 10-of-11 targets for 120 yards and two touchdowns. His first TD was a 36-yard catch in the second quarter. His second TD was a game-tying score in the fourth quarter. Lamb is the first Cowboys player with at least 90 receptions (91), 1,200 receiving yards (1,207) and eight touchdown receptions (eight) in a single season since DEZ BRYANT in 2013.

Recently signed TY Hilton caught his only target for 52 yards. On a third-and-30 from the Dallas 29-yard line midway through the fourth quarter, Prescott heaved the ball deep down the sideline and watched Hilton run under it to flip the field, setting up the team’s final TD of the afternoon.

Running back Ezekiel Elliott has recorded a rushing touchdown in eight consecutive games, the longest active streak in the league, and can become the fifth player since 2000 with a rushing touchdown in nine consecutive games within a single season.

Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday that fellow running back Tony Pollard (thigh) “looks good for the game” against the Titans. Pollard was listed as a non-participant on Monday’s estimated injury report due to a thigh issue, but Jones said “we’re counting on him playing.” Pollard carried the ball nine times for 19 yards and secured six of eight targets for 61 yards in the Eagles win.

The Cowboys were able to overcome two 10-point deficits in the win. A defense that was picked apart — the Eagles did not punt — came up with back-to-back takeaways late in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys are 11-4 and will be no worse than the fifth seed in the postseason, but they’ll need the Eagles to lose out to have any aspirations of a division crown.

Why Bet on the Tennessee Titans?

Tennessee played Week 16 without starting QB Ryan Tannehill, who is done for the season, and lost a fifth in a row, 19-14 at home to Houston – the NFL’s worst team. Rookie QB Malik Willis completed 14-of-23 passes for 99 yards and two interceptions, adding seven carries for 43 yards and a rushing touchdown. He took four sacks and narrowly avoided at least three or four others. Willis averaged only 4.3 yards per attempt and his longest completion of the day went for just 14 yards.

Rookie first-round receiver Treylon Burks returned from a two-game absence due to a concussion but failed to make an impact. That likely had more to do with the state of the Tennessee offense — no receiver had more than 30 yards — than Burks himself. The Titans haven’t had a pass-catcher post 100 receiving yards in five games. Meanwhile, Jacksonville has tied Tennessee atop the AFC South.

Running back Derrick Henry has recorded at least 100 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown in each of the past three games and can become the first player in the league to do so in four consecutive games since he accomplished the feat in 2019. Henry ranks second in the NFL with 1,429 rushing yards and tied for second with 13 rushing touchdowns in 2022. With 71 rushing yards and two more rushing touchdowns this season, he would become the first player in league history to record at least 1,500 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns in three career seasons.

Cowboys vs. Titans Betting Trends

  • Cowboys are 10-3 ATS vs. a team with a losing record.
  • Cowboys are 11-4 ATS in their last 15 road games.
  • The total went over in 5 of Dallas’ last 5 games.
  • Titans are 1-4-1 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.
  • Titans are 0-4-1 ATS in their last 5 games overall.
  • The total went under in 9 of Tennessee’s last 12 games.

Cowboys vs. Titans Expert Betting Predictions

Cowboys 27, Titans 17.

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