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NFL Week 17 top plays: Cowboys lead Titans on TNF


Week 17 of the NFL season kicks off with the Dallas Cowboys taking over the Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football.

It is the last time we’ll get to absorb pro football on a Thursday until next season, and the matchup holds huge repercussions for each teams. Tennessee is fighting to maintain its playoff hopes alive as a bubble team getting ready to extinction. At 7-8, the Titans are tied with 4 other AFC squads, and want a giant win to push themselves atop the list heading into the Sunday slate.

Dallas meanwhile, has already clinched a playoff berth, but with goals to summit the NFC East, a win is imperative. The Boys will relinquish first place within the division if Philadelphia wins Sunday, but for now, their focus is on matters they’ll control. And that is the Tennessee Titans.

Listed below are the highest plays!

Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans

Up the gut!

When unsure, pound it on the bottom with Zeke. The Boys’ first possession was an unsuccessful ploy, but they made good on their second probability to attain points, netting seven on a 10-play, 60-yard drive, finished off with a vintage Ezekiel Elliott rumble up the center.

Going the opposite way

Dropped passes have been an issue for the Boys all season long, and it bit their backsides again when a bobbled ball careened off Peyton Hendershot’s hands, before plopping into Tennessee safety Kevin Byard’s lap.

Buy one … Get one other

After Byard bought himself Tennessee’s first takeaway of the sport, he slid in front of one other Prescott pass try to make off along with his second INT of the primary half. The crucial grab put the Titans in perfect position to strike from field goal range, bringing them inside 4 on the half.

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