Ravens at Cowboys: Highlights, score, and recap

The Dallas Cowboys will put their eight game win streak on the line when they host the surging Baltimore Ravens in Week 11.

The Baltimore Ravens will look to knock off the NFL’s best team, when they travel to Arlington, Texas to take on the 8-1 Dallas Cowboys. Both teams come into the matchup leading their respective division and the Cowboys have not lost in over two months.

The Ravens enter Sunday with revitalized playoff aspirations after winning their last two games. Baltimore has relied on their top-ranked defense to lead them to victory, but they will need to be nearly flawless if the want to beat a potent Dallas offense. Quarterback Joe Flacco will need to turn in a nearly perfect performance and rely on his talented receiving core to make plays.

Dallas has been rolling over opponents behind league leading rushing back Ezekiel Elliott (1,005 yards). Fellow rookie and quarterback Dak Prescott has been on a tear this season, already with 14 touchdowns and only two interceptions. He will need to continue that level of accuracy and game management to avoid turning the ball over against an opportunistic Raven’s defense, who lead the league with 11 interceptions.

Highlights:

Highlights will be posted throughout the game.

Three Stars Prediction:

Dez Bryant

Although Bryant is coming back from injury, he has turned in solid performances. He has already topped 100-yards in two of his three games since returning from a hairline knee fracture. Despite being listed as questionable for this game, if he is suited the Ravens will have a tough time containing the big play opportunities he presents.

Joe Flacco

Flacco has not been playing his best recently, but he faces a Cowboys that ranks 12th in the league. The quarterback will need to find Steve Smith Sr. and Mike Wallace to challenge the Cowboys secondary, which is reeling from injuries. Expect him to be the most productive offensive player on the field, as the Ravens defense will keep the Cowboys offense off the field.

Dak Prescott

Facing off against a top-tier defense will affect how the Cowboys are able to run the ball with Elliott. This could open up more opportunity for Prescott to move the offense through the air. Look for Prescott to out the Cowboys on his back.

Next Week:

The Ravens will host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday next week. The Cowboys will host division rival, the Washington Redskins, in their annual Thanksgiving Day game.

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