America’s team, better known as the Dallas Cowboys played their yearly football game on Thanksgiving day. This year’s opponent was the Oakland Raiders. This game turned out to be quite entertaining. The Oakland Raiders shot out to a 21-14 halftime lead. The Cowboys tied the game in the 3rd quarter before scoring the 1st 10 points in the 4th quarter to seize control of the game and eventually hang on for the victory. The Oakland Raiders played without their starting quarterback Terrell Pryor. Backup Matt Mcgloin played a heck of a game in the loss, passing for 255 passing yards, out throwing the Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
- McGloin gets to play on Thanksgiving stage (sacbee.com)
- Leading 21-7, Raiders blow lead, lose to Cowboys (sacbee.com)