Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks 2016 (start time 7 pm PST) features the 1-1 Cowboys taking on the 1-1 Seahawks in the preseason. The Cowboys are coming off a win over the Dolphins, 14-41. In that game, Tannehill had 162 yards passing for Miami, with two touchdown passes, no interception. The team overall had 192 yards passing, 2 touchdowns. Tony Romo had 49 yards passing in the game, no touchdown. The team overall had 263 yards passing, two touchdown, both from Prescott.
What: Cowboys (1-1) at Seahawks (1-1)
When: Thursday, 10 p.m. (EDT)
Where: CenturyLink Field; Seattle, Wash.
TV: NFL Network
Live stream: NFL Online FREE
Miami rushing was led by Pead. He had 48 yards rushing, no touchdown runs. The team overall had 120 yards rushing, 29 carries no touchdowns. Morris led Dallas rushing with one touchdown, 13 carries, 85 yards. The team overall had 3 touchdown runs, two from Prescott, and 34 carries.
On receiving, Stills led by Miami with two touchdown catches, 3 receptions, 71 yards. Butler led Dallas numbers with one touchdown catch, 3 receptions, 74 yards. Miami overall had 217 yards passing, 2 touchdown catches, 18 receptions. Dallas had 2 touchdown catches, 17 receptions, and 263 yards.
Meantime, in related news, injury updates across the league were announced moments ago. ESPN just tweeted “Update from Jets practice: LB Jordan Jenkins (calf), WR Quincy Enunwa (concussion) and CB Dexter McDougle (hamstring) among those not practicing. Looks as if TE Jace Amaro (groin) will try to practice. All things considered, the Jets are a relatively healthy team. The biggest concern is RT Breno Giacomini (back), still on the PUP list. He may not be ready for opening day.”