The Dallas Cowpokes are as yet gripping onto trust for the NFC East.

The Tennessee Titans were defeated by Dallas Cowboys, 27-13, in the season’s final Thursday night game.

However, not only do they still have hope of winning the division, but they also have a slim chance of winning the No. one of the NFC’s seeds.

Dallas would need to win the following week, while the Philadelphia Eagles, who are 13-2, would need to lose their final two games to win the division. However, Dallas needs to lose one of its next two games to overtake Minnesota and San Francisco in the standings.

During the fourth quarter of the game at Nissan Stadium on December 29, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee, Dalton Schultz #86 of the Dallas Cowboys scores a 10-yard touchdown against Andrew Adams #47 of the Tennessee Titans. (Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) Tennessee started third-string quarterback Joshua Dobbs and didn’t have Derrick Henry, who has a hip injury. It is important to note that the Titans don’t really care about Thursday’s outcome because next week’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars will decide who wins the AFC South and who goes home, so Tennessee might have decided to rest its star running back.

Dallas did not waste an opportunity that was given to them.

For much of the first half, the Titans were unable to move the ball much on offense. Ezekiel Elliott scored the primary score of the game in the principal quarter, and Dallas added a field objective right off the bat in the second. Tennessee was able to reduce their deficit to seven points after Dak Prescott fumbled a snap and threw an interception on their next two drives. However, while Dallas was driving down the field for the two-minute drill, Prescott threw another pick, giving the Titans the ball at the opposing 41-yard line. Randy Bullock kicked a 29-yard field goal after Treylon Burks made an impressive catch-and-run to make the score 10-6 at halftime.

Defensive pass interference brought the Cowboys from their own side of the field to the Titans’ 6-yard line at the start of the second half. Prescott then threw one to tight end, Dalton Schultz, putting Dallas up by 11. The Titans’ best drive and the first touchdown of the night came from Dobbs, who found Robert Woods to make it 17-13 with just over two minutes left in the third.

Joshua Dobbs #11 of the Tennessee Titans scrambles against the Dallas Cowboys during the third quarter of the game at Nissan Stadium on December 29, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.

On December 29, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee, Joshua Dobbs No. 11 of the Tennessee Titans scrambles against the Dallas Cowboys during the third quarter of a game at Nissan Stadium.
(Andy Lyons/Getty Images) Cowboys, TERRELL OWENS unable to reach a settlement because 49-year-old asks for too much money: Report, however, Dallas was unperturbed. With 11:58 remaining, they recovered with Schultz’s second touchdown of the night to regain an 11-point lead. Brett Maher kicked another field goal to give Dallas a 27-13 lead after forcing the Titans to punt their fifth punt of the night. The Titans were unable to make any changes to their side of the scoreboard.

Fantasy football owners probably didn’t like Prescott in the first half. However, he ended up throwing for 282 yards and two touchdowns, and Dallas won despite his three mistakes. With 11 catches and 100 receiving yards, CeeDee Lamb topped all receivers.

Dobbs was 20-for-39 for 232 yards and threw one touchdown and one pick in his first NFL start. Additionally, he fumbled twice, recovering one while losing the other.

Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a touchdown scored by Dalton Schultz #86 against the Tennessee Titans during the fourth quarter of the game at Nissan Stadium on December 29, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.

On December 29, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee, Dak Prescott, number four for the Dallas Cowboys, celebrates a touchdown run by Dalton Schultz, number 86, against the Tennessee Titans in the fourth quarter at Nissan Stadium.
(Getty Images/Andy Lyons)

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