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The Titans’ offense relies heavily on the run.
On first downs, the Titans run 65.1 percent of the time, which is the highest rate in the league.
Davis is on the rise.
Corey Davis, a second-year receiver, has made tremendous progress in his second season.
Harold is looking to expand his business.
Harold Landry, the Titans’ first-round edge defender, is off to a fast start this season. He has the sixth most pressure among rookie edge defenders, but he faces a tough matchup this week against a talented Dallas offensive line.
Malcolm’s situation is deteriorating.
With only seven games under his belt, Malcolm Butler has allowed the fourth-most yards of any cornerback this season.
The receiving corps has a new member.
Following his move to the Dallas Cowboys, Amari Cooper will look to resurrect his career.
Martin is among the best.
Along the Dallas offensive line, Zack Martin has been a bright spot. His 86.7 pass-block grade is fourth-best among all offensive guards in the NFL.
From the left, Demarcus is in command.
Lawrence has 29 total quarterback pressures this season, which is tied for third among edge defenders. On Monday night, he’ll try to increase his total.
Vander Esch is making a point.
With an 84.1 defense grade, Leighton Vander Esch, a Boise State alumnus, has quickly established himself as a Defensive Rookie candidate.
The Dallas Cowboys established their NFC East dominance in the second half, outscoring the New York Giants 27-10 to win 44-20 and improve to 4-1 on the season, thanks to a bruising rushing attack, vertical passing game, and opportunistic defense.
Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard, the Cowboys’ running backs, combined for over 200 yards, while quarterback Dak Prescott threw three touchdown passes.
We are returning to the beginning.
Both Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard rushed for more than 100 yards. Elliott had a total of 71 yards after contact, while Pollard had 65.
Tight end/wide receiver
While Amari Cooper is expected to receive a 70.0-plus grade, CeeDee Lamb showed versatility after the catch. Lamb had 42 yards after the catch and 19 yards after contact, plus a touchdown reception. Dalton Schultz, a tight end, caught six passes for 79 yards and a 70.0-plus grade.
Line of attack
Tyron Smith led the Cowboys’ offensive line, which did not allow a sack or a hurry, and is on track to earn a grade of 90.0-plus in pass-blocking.
Line of defense
The Cowboys’ defensive line was led by Randy Gregory, who had a pending 90.5 pass-rushing grade with four hurries and four hits.
Micah Parsons’ day was highlighted by six defensive stops and a tackle for loss, though he is on track to finish with a run-defense grade of under 60.0.
Tennessee Titans and BetMGM Expand Sports Betting Offerings
In a major move to attract fans, the Tennessee Titans have partnered with BetMGM to expand its sports betting offerings. The casino is the exclusive naming rights partner of Saint Thomas Sports Park’s television studio, which will be hosted by www.woo-casino.org. On Sept. 23, the NFL team announced its official partnership with BetMGM. The two companies have been in business for more than three decades and are already working together to offer new ways for fans to enjoy sports betting.
The deal is the first between a professional sports franchise and a sports betting company, and the timing is ideal. The AFC South is dominated by the Colts, who are currently 5-2. The Titans’ hard-charging defense is ranked second in the league with just 3.31 yards per carry. A new app is scheduled to be released in the near future, which will allow fans to place wagers on their favorite team.
The team is favored to win the game by more than 20 points. The over/under has drawn the most money, with 85% of the handle backing the Tennessee +130 moneyline. The over/under is also a popular choice, with 75% of the handle being wagered on the underdog Titans. In other words, if the Titans lose by 24-3 at halftime and the Lions are a -110 favorite, you would win $13 instead of $4.44. However, the game could be a close matchup, and there’s no guarantee that a team will advance in a game.