– Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 6:45 am
At the end of the NFL on the 9th day, Dallas Covbois was relatively well beaten by Tennessee Titans at 14:28.
It is already the second defeat in the series and the first domestic defeat in the fourth game in front of its audience for Tekansa, which now even blinks in the balance sheet for 3: 5 for participation in the playoffs. Titans (4-4), however, end their three games of a persistent bankruptcy series.
The focus is on two players: Titans defender Marcus Mariota begins with two fumblets disastrous in the first stages of holding the Titans, but then came up with two dodge touches, passes for 240 yards and runs 9 yards in the final zone.
In Covbois, Broad Receiver Amari Cooper celebrates his first debut for Dallas after his store from Oakland Raiders. In the middle of the first quarter, the 24-year-old provides touchdown for the Covbois leadership.
Running back Derrick Henri and Dion Levis turn tables in favor of Titans, but Allen Hurns achieves 14-14 passports from Dallas Dakota Dakota Quota (243 yards, 2 bulls in touch, 1 intercept). compensation.
After that, the cowboys give the game but from the hand. Jonnu Smith and the aforementioned Mariot provide clear conditions.
Dallas Covbois under pressure
While Titans are in second place behind the Houston Stream in AFC South, the situation for Covbois looks weaker than the playoffs – just third in NFC East.
So, the victory of Covbois in the coming week against Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles is almost obligatory if you still dream of a postseason.
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