3. Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens
Say what you will about Dak Prescott, but the man is undoubtedly a top-12 quarterback in the NFL and deserves to get paid. That’s why when Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys take on Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, it’ll be must-watch TV.
Prescott finished second in the NFL in passing yards a season ago (4,902-yards) with a 30/11 touchdown/interception ratio. The Cowboys have some terrific weapons on offense such as wide receiver Amari Cooper and running back Ezekiel Elliott. To make a good offense great, Dallas added CeeDee Lamb in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. With one of the league’s better offensive lines, this Cowboys team can keep up with the best offenses in the league.
They’ll need to be at their best when they go to Charm City and face off against the Baltimore Ravens.
We all know how good Lamar Jackson and this Ravens run game is, but their passing game looks much improved. Marquise Brown will be 100% healthy after playing 2019 with screws in his foot and Mark Andrews will be back for an encore to his first Pro Bowl season. Baltimore also added Devin Duvernay and James Proche through the 2020 NFL Draft to give Jackson sure hands with speed to help him through the air.
The Cowboys has to move on from Pro Bowl cornerback Byron Jones after getting out-bid for him this offseason and their secondary isn’t anything to write home about. Their front-seven could give the Ravens some fits in the run game, but Jackson could tear this secondary apart. Dak vs. Lamar is must-watch television and looks like one of the best Thursday Night Football games on the slate right now.