5. Potential Bills vs. Cowboys Thanksgiving game?
The Dallas Cowboys are always playing on Thanksgiving Day. A holiday game for the Bills and their fans? I think they will be more than fine with that.
Whether or not these two teams meet on Turkey Day, they will meet up regardless. Both teams have top defenses and can show they can shut down an offense.
You never know what to expect from Dak Prescott. There are times when he throws for over 300 yards no problem. Then you see him struggling to throw just over 100 yards. This is yet another opportunity for the Bills defense to make Prescott look confused and threatened.
The Bills offense right now would struggle with the Cowboys defense. Much like the Bills, the Cowboys have a young and upcoming linebacking corps in Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch. Although, if the Bills provide playmakers for Allen and build an offensive line, Allen could light up the scoreboard on Dallas.
While the Cowboys are stronger on offense as of right now, the Bills have the chance to grow around Allen. If the Bills can grow stronger, they can compete with any team and that includes Ezekiel Elliott and that Cowboys offense and defense.
A blast from the past type of game, back when the Bills and Cowboys dominated football.