The outlet reported Monday that the Dolphins' game against the Dallas Cowboys is a likely candidate for the afternoon CBS game on November 28 and would join the three-game schedule that will include the Detroit Lions vs. the Chicago Bears.
The two sides last played each other on Thanksgiving in 2011, with the Cowboys winning that one 20-19 on a game-winning field goal by kicker Dan Bailey.
The Dolphins playing in Dallas against the Cowboys on November 28, televised by CBS, could be one of them.More news: U.S. jury convicts Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo’
The Lions are likely to host the Bears on Thanksgiving in 2019 for the second year in a row, and Chicago receiver Taylor Gabriel personally can't wait.
The NFL's 100th season will culminate in Miami where the city will host its 11th Super Bowl game and the Dolphins non-football executives are already working with the city to make this one memorable. It would be the Dolphins' sixth Thanksgiving visit to Dallas; they've previously been there on Thanksgiving in 1973, 1993, 1999, 2003 and 2011.
Considering the Dolphins lackluster record during national television games the previous few seasons, it would be a bit of a surprise if they were to play in the coveted Thanksgiving spot.More news: Antonio Brown demands Steelers trade privately and publicly
The Dolphins will face each NFC East team next season, with road games expected against the Cowboys and New York Giants and home games against the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles.
The Dolphins are 3-2 all-time against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day, and also have wins over the former St. Louis Cardinals in 1977 and the Detroit Lions in 2006.More news: Microsoft HoloLens 2 Launch on February 24 Teased by Original Headset’s Creator