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Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys LIVE STREAM (11/30/23): Watch NFL Thursday Night Football Week 13 online | Time, TV, channel. After a brief Thanksgiving break, Thursday Night Football returns tonight to open Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season with the Dallas Cowboys (8-3) hosting the Seattle Seahawks (6-5) at AT&T Stadium.
The Seahawks are coming off a 31-13 loss against the San Francisco 49ers. Quarterback Geno Smith played despite his tricep injury and will be back in action tonight. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are riding a three-game winning streak and have not lost a game at home this season. Last week, they beat the Washington Commanders 45-10 in their annual Thanksgiving game
The Dallas Cowboys, winners of three straight, will be looking to stay on a roll Thursday night when they host the Seattle Seahawks.
Even at 8-3, the Cowboys sit behind the 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East, so they’ll want to keep pace, and also extend their 13-game home winning streak.
As for Pete Carroll’s Seahawks, they’ve dropped two straight to drop to 6-5, and have fallen two games behind the San Francisco 49ers (8-3) in the NFC South.
Both teams played on Thanksgiving, with the Cowboys crushing the Commanders, while the Seahawks got smoked by the 49ers.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: NFL, Week 13
Who: Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys
When: Thursday, Nov. 30, 2023
Where: AT&T Stadium
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
TV: Seattle and Dallas (check local listings)
Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys have one more game before a highly anticipated NFC East rematch.
This time, it’s an opponent with a winning record as the Seattle Seahawks visit Thursday night before the Cowboys (8-3) get a little break in anticipation of the Philadelphia Eagles coming to town Dec. 10.
Dallas, which has a 13-game home winning streak, has beaten three consecutive double-digit underdogs by an average of 30 points. The Seahawks (6-5) are close, with Dallas favored by nine, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
But the Cowboys say they won’t be peeking around the corner at the Eagles, who won 28-23 in Philadelphia to start November in a game Dallas easily could have won.
Prescott is on one of the best rolls of his career, with the star quarterback throwing 18 touchdowns and just two interceptions since one of the worst games of his career in a 42-10 loss at San Francisco on Oct. 8.
The Seahawks are coming off a 31-13 Thanksgiving loss to the Niners that was their second in a row, with quarterback Geno Smith needing to end a streak of 20 consecutive possessions without an offensive touchdown.
The lead was 10 going into the fourth quarter on Thanksgiving against Washington, before DaRon Bland’s NFL-record fifth interception return for a touchdown this season capped a 25-point quarter and 45-10 win.
After the past couple of weeks there was no question there needed to be tweaks to Seattle’s passing game. And everyone involved believes it starts with getting the ball out of Smith’s hands quicker.
Smith was sacked a season-high six times last week by San Francisco and a number of those were situations where Smith held the ball longer than he should have and the pocket collapsed.
Seattle is hoping the expected return of right tackle Abe Lucas will help the protection, but the priority has been on Smith throwing in rhythm and not being forced to hold the ball against Dallas’ stout defense.
Even if they keep winning, the Cowboys need help to catch the Eagles, defending NFC and division champs, if they want avoid going on the road in the playoffs for the second year in a row.
Philadelphia’s lead is two games, and Dallas probably hoped to gain ground with the Eagles facing Kansas City and Buffalo the past two weeks. The Eagles held on to beat the Chiefs, then pulled off an improbable win over the Bills when Jake Elliott forced overtime with a 59-yard field goal in the rain.
The Dallas Cowboys take a 13-game home winning streak into their second consecutive Thursday game at AT&T Stadium as the Seattle Seahawks visit. Dallas is the first team in NFL history to win each of its first five home games by at least 20 points.
The Seahawks have lost two in a row to drop into a crowded mix for the final couple of wild-card spots with six games to go. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is on one of the best rolls of his career. Geno Smith and the Seahawks have gone 20 consecutive possessions without an offensive touchdown.