By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The New Orleans Saints face the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night. The game will kickoff at 8:20 pm EST at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The Saints come into the contest with a 10-1 mark. They are a perfect 5-0 on the road.
The Cowboys are 6-5. They are 4-1 at home.
According to Covers.com, the Saints have a 62% chance to win the game, according to their public poll. The Saints have a 56% chance to win the game, according to their expert poll.
This meeting will be the first-time these two teams have played each other since the 2015 season. The Saints won that meeting, 26-20.
Dallas has not won in this series since September 28th, 2014. They won 38-17 in that game.
In the last 10 meetings, New Orleans holds an 8-2 advantage.
New Orleans has won 10-straight games after losing the season-opener to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
They have outscored their opponents 130-38 in their last three games. The Saints defeated the Cincinnati Bengals, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving in those three games
Dallas has won their last three games. They defeated the Eagles, Falcons, and the Washington Redskins in those games. They won all three of these games by 18 points.
The Cowboys have not lost since a 28-14 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football on November 5th.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees has gone 272 of 356 for 3,135 yards. He has had 29 touchdowns and two interceptions.
Alvin Kamara leads the Saints backs with 150 carries for 706 yards and 11 touchdowns. Michael Thomas leads the Saints receivers with 86 receptions for 1,080 yards and eight touchdowns.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has gone 219 of 336 for 2,427 yards. He also has 13 touchdowns and five interceptions.
Ezekiel Elliott leads the Cowboys backs with 217 carries for 1,074 yards and six touchdowns. Cole Beasley leads the Cowboys receivers with 46 receptions for 459 yards and two touchdowns.
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