For the last preseason game on the Dallas Cowboys schedule, we will see them take on the Seattle Seahawks.
What's in store for this match-up? What will the game look like? Well, we most likely won't see Ezekiel Elliott on the field due to him claiming he does not want to play in any preseason games this year. We will see more of Tony Pollard taking the running back position this game.
The Seahawks are most likely to do something similar with their running backs. During the draft, Seattle snagged Kenneth Walker from Michigan State in the second round. That will probably be their main go-to for the RB position this game.
On the quarterback spot, we will see Dak Prescott come on the field for one drive and then probably be replaced with Cooper Rush for more practice with him. For Seattle, Drew Lock will be out there for a while but then soon get subbed out for Geno Smith.
While we can not expect a high-scoring game for this one, we can be sure to see lots of defensive plays. The Cowboys will again be focused a lot on improving their defense this game, while the Seahawks will be focused on improving their offense.
Don't be too surprised if we see a final score of 10-7 or 14-10. I feel like there will be little to no offense during this game, perhaps maybe even a defensive touchdown.
If the Cowboys can maintain the ball on offense and not have any turnovers then I think the final score will be around 14-7 Cowboys win. I think this will be the only preseason game the Cowboys will win this year before heading into the regular season.