Kick off time from San Diego is slated for 9PM Eastern Time and NFL Network will televise this exhibition contest live.
DALLAS VS SAN DIEGO
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The odds have the home team San Diego Chargers favored by -3 points with the over under hung at 37 points.
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The Cowboys began their preseason on Monday Night Football as the team squeaked out the 3-0 win at the Oakland Raiders as a +1 ½ point road underdog. The total in this week one affair went under 35 points.
Tony Romo played very little in the first quarter and hit on 3 of 6 passes for 30 points. New backup for the Cowboys is Kyle Orton who completed 7 of his 12 throws for 87 yards and a pick. Stephen McGee passed for 48 yards as he hit on 5 of 9 passes.
Jamize Olawale led the Cowboys on the ground with 42 yards on 12 carries. Andrew Holmes led Dallas with three catches for 40 yards.
The Cowboys defense limited Oakland to just 253 yards of offense and had two quarterback sacks.
The Chargers enters this contest with rest having begun their preseason on Thursday August 9th and defeated the Green Bay Packers 21-13 as a -2 ½ point home favorite. The game went under 37 ½ points.
Phillip Rivers saw very little duty in the opener as he hit on 3 of 5 passes for 37 yards with a touchdown and pick. Jarrett Lee saw extended work with the injury to Charlie Whitehurst by throwing for 15 of 22 from the field with 235 yards with a touchdown and pick.
Curtis Brinkley led the Chargers on the ground with 42 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown. Vincent Brown led the Chargers with four catches for 81 yards and a touchdown. The Chargers defense allowed Green Bay 230 yards of offense with two sacks of the quarterback.
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