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Cowboys at Saints score: Dallas picks off New Orleans, Taysom Hill to snap two-game losing skid

Things didn't start out on an ideal note for either offense, with both teams stumbling due to a mix of good defense and poor execution en route to the Dallas Cowboys handing the New Orleans Saints a 27-17 loss at Caesars Superdome on Thursday night, and despite the absence of head coach Mike McCarthy, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week. As recently as early November, these two teams were on wildly different trajectories than they were entering this matchup.
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2021 NFL season, Week 13: What we learned from Cowboys' win over Saints on Thursday night

Give Micah Parsons the Defensive Rookie of the Year Award right now. With due respect to the Broncos’ Patrick Surtain, the Browns’ Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, and some other promising rookies, this isn’t even a race. Parsons can do it all -- pressure the quarterback, play the run, cover the flats, he’s up to the task whatever the ask. He can even blanket wide receivers downfield; it was Parsons who was all over wide receiver Kenny Stills on a first-half interception by Jayron Kearse. He also dropped Taysom Hill for a loss of 11 on a third-down sack, giving him 10 sacks on the year, and notched six tackles, five pressures, and two QB hits. The sky is the limit for this kid.
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Rank'Em: Parsons Leads Top 10 Cowboys vs. Saints

The Cowboys didn't have their best offensive game of the season, but there are a few players form that side of the ball that made this week's Top 10. But to no surprise, it starts with defense, led by a rookie who is taking the NFL by storm, and taking down records in the process.
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Micah Parsons Steals the Spotlight vs. Saints and Strengthens Case for NFL DPOY

In Dallas, the conversation around the Cowboys usually centers on the offense. People talk about the passing of Dak Prescott. The running of Ezekiel Elliott. The pass-catching of Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb. But in 2021, the conversation is changing. A defensive player has stolen the spotlight. Fans and pundits...
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Thursday Night Football odds, spread: Cowboys vs. Saints picks, NFL predictions from top expert on 30-20 roll

The New Orleans Saints (5-6) will enter Thursday Night Football looking to end a four-game losing streak. Taysom Hill is expected to get his first start at quarterback and will face a Dallas Cowboys (7-4) team that is also coming off a Thanksgiving Day loss. The Cowboys have lost three of their last four games and they also lost their head coach after Mike McCarthy tested positive for COVID-19. Recent Cowboys vs. Saints matchups have been closely contested, as the Saints won by two points in a 2019 matchup after the Cowboys won by three points in 2018.
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Cowboys WR Amari Cooper active vs. Saints on 'Thursday Night Football'

Amari Cooper has been activated and now he's active for the Dallas Cowboys' Thursday Night Football tilt versus the host New Orleans Saints. Activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday and designated as questionable, Cooper, who was sidelined due to a positive COVID test, will return to the field for the Cowboys.
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Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints – DraftKings Showdown Slate

The NFL season marches along to week 13. It doesn’t stop even if your fantasy team is struggling and out of playoff contention. Thankfully, there is always daily fantasy and DraftKings for those that need to get their fix. The Dallas Cowboys will be traveling to New Orleans to take...
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Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence shows no signs of rust in 'electric' return vs. Saints: 'I'm glad to be back'

DeMarcus Lawrence isn't simply back, he's back like he never left in the first place. The Dallas Cowboys were excited to finally see him return to action after being sidelined with a fractured foot suffered in practice following the regular season opener, but they knew he'd have to deal with a bit of rust after missing 10 games. After all, he couldn't be expected to instantly return to form after so much time missed, right? There's no way possible he would immediately be at game speed after more than two months away, correct??
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