Murray appears to be healthy, having rushed for at least 86 yards in each of the last two games for the Cowboys. He’ll face a surprisingly stingy Oakland Raider rush defense Thursday; the Raiders are allowing less than 100 yards on the ground per contest, ranking them eight in the NFL.
Though Oakland has been decent at stopping the run, they have still allowed seven rushing touchdowns this season. Likewise, Murray should figure into the passing game on Thanksgiving as well, an area where the Raiders have struggled. Murray should be started due to the large amount of touches he will receive.
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