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Tennessee +5.5
Dallas -5.5

Over 41 (-105)
Under 41 (-115)

Community Picks: Tennessee 51% vs Dallas 49%

Tennessee and Dallas Thread

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Jason Witten vividly remembers Tony Romo's return to the home of the Dallas Cowboys for the first time as a broadcaster last year after retiring as the storied franchise's all-time passing leader. Witten's move from the field to ESPN's "Monday Night Football" booth was a little more sudden and surprising than Romo's decision to join CBS after he had lost his job to Dak Prescott. The fans figure to illustrate as much when the Cowboys (3-4) host the pro team from Witten's home state, the Tennessee Titans (3-4), on Monday night. Continue to Article
November 04, 2018 5:59:pm EST
Derrick Henry possibly is running out of time with the Tennessee Titans. Henry is still the starter, though Dion Lewis is making a case for that spot. It's Lewis who is coming off the best rushing game this season by a Tennessee running back. Continue to Article
November 02, 2018 4:50:pm EST
The Cowboys’ big announcement wasn’t a surprise: Jerry Jones introduced Gil Brandt as the 22nd member of the Ring of Honor. The team will induct their former player personnel director at halftime of their game against the Saints on Nov. 29. Brandt, Continue to Article
November 02, 2018 2:35:pm EST
The man who is in large part responsible for getting some of the Dallas Cowboys’ best players to Dallas is joining the franchise’s Ring of Honor. On Friday, Dallas owner/general manager Jerry Jones announced that Gil Brandt, who joined the Cowboys for their inaugural season in 1960 and remained until 1989, will be added to the Ring of Honor on November 29, at halftime of the team’s game against the New Orleans Saints. Former Dallas Cowboys vice president of personnel Gil Brandt will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor in November. Continue to Article
November 02, 2018 2:03:pm EST
Through every interception, fumble and loss, Dak Prescott's mind is on the next throw, the next scramble, the next game for the Dallas Cowboys. The quarterback of America's Team thinks of where he's been: almost exactly five years removed from his mom, Peggy Prescott, dying of colon cancer when her son was a 20-year-old sophomore at Mississippi State. ''When you lose your mom, it's not that easy,'' Prescott said. Continue to Article
November 02, 2018 2:56:am EST
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