TEXAS —— The Dallas Cowboys are expected to welcome the return of quarterback Dak Prescott for today’s NFL schedule against the Detroit Lions, who will be hoping to end a three-game losing streak with a win at the AT&T Stadium on Sunday (23), and the live TV channel is CBS. You can also get the latest injury report for both the Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions. Read More: NFL Week 7 schedule and how to watch on TV and streams – Oct. 23
Sunday’s game here in Arlington, Texas, will kick off at 1:00 PM ET and the Cowboys have an 82.4% chance to pick up their fifth win of the season, according to ESPN Analytics. The Lions, meanwhile, have just a 17.4% chance to win today, also according to ESPN experts. Dallas is picked to win by -6.5 by ESPN’s PickCenter analysis.
Prescott is back to full training and will be back in the starting team against the Lions (1-4) as he tries to get the Dallas offense playing a little closer to the level of a stout defense. The Cowboys (4-2) had their four-game winning streak snapped last week by the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles.
“I think it’s kind of weird to come off a loss on prime time to come into a Sunday noon game lackadaisical,” Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott said.
“We still have a lot to prove. We still got to win this division. Right now, it’s a little bit of an uphill battle, but we’re going to have to scratch and claw our way out of it.”
Prescott missed five games with a fractured right thumb injury to his throwing hand which he suffered in a season-opening loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
DETROIT LIONS at DALLAS COWBOYS INJURY REPORT
DETROIT: OUT: WR D.J. Clark (ankle), DE Charles Harris (groin), S Ifeatu Melifonwu (ankle), OT Matt Nelson (calf), DB Bobby Price (knee). QUESTIONABLE: LB Chris Board (knee), DE John Cominsky (wrist), DB Will Harris (hip), WR Josh Reynolds (knee), RB D’Andre Swift (ankle, shoulder).
DALLAS: OUT: OT Matt Waletzko (shoulder).