Chargers vs. Cowboys 2017 live stream, watch Thanksgiving day football online

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Both teams will be playing on a short week when the Los Angeles Chargers Traveling to Texas for a Thanksgiving Day matchup from the Dallas Cowboys, on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. ET on CBS (live Flow it on CBSSports.com).

These two teams were on opposite sides of winning last weekend, with the Chargers trouncing the Buffalo Bills to the tune of 54-24. Meanwhile the Cowboys could not get anything going offensively against the Eagles, leading to a home-loss — at the night of Jerry Jones’ Hall of Fame party, no less — 37-9. One of Dallas’ biggest problems last week was using turnovers.

Quarterback Dak Prescott threw three picks against the Birds, in addition to a single fumble, that needs to be pretty exciting for the Chargers, whose shield racked up five interceptions against the Bills in Week 11. The Cowboys will be without running back Ezekiel Elliott until Week 16 due to his suspension, so they’ll need to work out how to reallocate some of their tools to make more offensive choices.

Time, TV channel, and streaming info

  • Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
  • TV: CBS
  • Streaming: CBSSports.com, FuboTV
  • Odds: Dallas opened at 4-point favorites but odds are even now.

Chargers vs Cowboys predictions

Our experts are divided on this game, 4-4, in their own Week 12 picks. Dallas was taken by OddsShark’s computer. The Chargers are simply too defensively to get much regardless of the Cowboys coming out with motivation after their Week 11 loss. Los Angeles leaves a win on Thanksgiving to Dallas, and Jerry Jones is abandoned handed for the rest of his vacation.

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