Cowboys vs Rams: Saturday night with an The Cowboys have been a completely different offensive The Los Angeles Rams open up their 2019 NFL Playoff journey acquiring Amari Cooper and won seven of their final eight games on their way the NFC East title.
They’ve run off eight wins in nine games since, with a much more efficient Prescott throwing to a new No. 1 receiver. Amari Cooper was acquired in a trade with Oakland, one game before the surge to a second NFC East title in three seasons with Prescott and Elliott.
Armed with a 24-22 wild-card win over Seattle, and a clutch run on a QB draw that helped seal it, Prescott will try to The Cowboys, after holding off the Seahawks in the NFL wild-card round, will try to beat another NFC West team in the divisional playoffs. The NFC East champions last played the Rams at home in October of 2017, falling just short in a 35-30 shootout.
Kickoff is set for 7:15 p.m. Central, 8:15 p.m. Eastern, with the game to be broadcast live via Fox. The Rams are a 7-point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.
For Dallas, the Los Angeles area is a home away from home. The Cowboys’ training camp site in Oxnard, Calif., is about an hour away from where they will play Saturday night. There should be plenty of support for America’s Team in the Coliseum.
match the star Rams quarterback-running back duo of Jared Goff and Todd Gurley while facing NFL sacks leader Aaron Donald.
The Los Angeles Rams host the Dallas Cowboys in an NFC divisional NFL playoffs 2019 game on Saturday.
Dallas beat Seattle 24-22 in a wild-card round game last week, while Los Angeles had a first-round bye. The Cowboys went 10-6 during the regular season, while the Rams went 13-3.
So many questions asked of Dak Prescott revolve around two years ago, when the Dallas quarterback led the Cowboys to an NFC-best 13 wins as a rookie before losing his playoff debut.
There’s a new angle to that old story line now that the 2016 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year has his first postseason victory. Prescott and the Cowboys (11-6) are headed to Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for a divisional matchup with the Rams (13-3) on Saturday night.
That famous venue was the site of Prescott’s NFL debut in a preseason game that marked the league’s return to LA after a 22-year absence. His dazzling day wasn’t a huge deal then because the Cowboys had no reason to believe Tony Romo wouldn’t be their quarterback.
Two years later, it’s a signature moment in the sudden transformation at quarterback for America’s Team, triggered when Romo was injured in another preseason game. And now it could be the setting for Prescott to reach something Romo never could: an NFC championship game.
Behind NFL rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys have covered six of their last eight games versus NFC foes. And they’ve won three of their last four road games outright. Dallas is 9-6-2 against the spread this season, compared to 7-7-2 for L.A. They’re 6-3 as a road underdog.
Dallas has exceeded oddsmakers’ expectations all season. The Cowboys are 9-6-2 against the spread overall and 6-3 as an underdog or pick’em. They’re 3-1-1 against the spread versus teams like the Rams that win more than 55 percent of their games.
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