Welp, it just got out of hand. Honestly kind of amazing this game isn't out of hand. Give credit to the Saints' defense for mostly holding the fort down despite some of the tough spots their offense has put them in. Really Pollard's TD run was the only real hiccup.
The Cowboys intercepted Saints quarterback Taysom Hill four times in their 27-17 victory Thursday night in New Orleans. Three of the interceptions came in the fourth quarter. The last one was a pick-six by defensive end Carlos Watkins to seal the victory for Dallas. Rookie linebacker Micah Parsons extended his team lead with his 10th sack of the season, bringing down Hill for an 11-yard loss in the third quarter.
Despite being down six coaches, including head coach Mike McCarthy, the Dallas Cowboys picked up a 27-17 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night. Dak Prescott threw for 235 yards with a touchdown and an interception, Tony Pollard added a touchdown on the ground, and the Dallas defense intercepted Taysom Hill four times in his first start at quarterback for New Orleans this season.
ML: +170 · 4-7 WHERE: Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, Fla.) Daniel Jones' status is uncertain as of this writing. I don't think the Giants' offense can survive against this peaking, ravenous Dolphins group without him, especially if Kadarius Toney and Sterling Shepard don't return. It took half a season to warm up, but rookies Jaylen Waddle, Jevon Holland and Jaelan Phillips are making the case for this Fins front office to stay put. If Tua Tagovailoa leads Miami to a winning record, which is imminently possible at this point, owner Stephen Ross really wouldn't have any choice. This score is based on Jones starting; make it 27-17 if Mike Glennon is the guy. (UPDATE: Glennon will indeed be getting the start in Miami. On Friday, Giants coach Joe Judge said Jones hasn't been cleared for contract, ruling him out of Sunday's game.)
Dallas Cowboys (7-4) at New Orleans Saints (5-6) The Saints face the Cowboys in the Caesars Superdome in a matchup of teams looking to end losing streaks. This is the tenth matchup between these teams in the Sean Payton era with eight of the ten matchups taking place in primetime. These Saints/Cowboys game are positioned as marquee matchups by the league and this one is no different despite the struggles these teams, especially the Saints, have faced. This could be a good one, and the Saints are ready to put some faith in the non-believers tonight!
With Alvin Kamara and both of New Orleans' starting tackles ruled out, where does the value on Thursday Night Football lie?. Our expert updates his over/under pick based on the latest Cowboys vs. Saints odds below. Cowboys vs. Saints Odds. Cowboys Odds -5 Saints Odds. Over/Under 47.5. Time 8:20 p.m....
Island games are the highlight of any NFL week for betting enthusiasts. And as the industry continues to grow, some of the most discussed moments belong to these single-game opportunities. Week 12 was the worst weekend of the season for our prime-time writeups, as we went 7-20 for -9.98 units....
Amari Cooper has missed the Cowboys' past two games after being placed on the reserve/COVID list, and there has been some uncertainty about whether he's playing in Week 13. Ahead of the Cowboys-Saints Thursday Night Football game, Cooper's outlook has a big effect on start 'em, sit 'em decisions, so we'll be here every step of the way providing the latest updates.
For the second week in a row, the New Orleans Saints (5-6) will play host on Thursday Night Football, this time facing off against the (already struggling, very Covid-affected) Dallas Cowboys (7-4). The Cowboys lead the all-time series between these teams, 17-13, but the Saints have won two of the...
The Patriots head to Atlanta with the NFL’s second-longest win streak, having won four in a row, and their last two losses -- to the Buccaneers by two points and to the Cowboys in overtime -- are as respectable as losses come. This is a hot team with a stingy defense and a rookie quarterback in Mac Jones coming off his most efficient game of the season. Much the opposite can be said of Atlanta, which just combined a thoroughly embarrassing defensive performance with a season-worst outing for veteran QB Matt Ryan. In short, it’s a matchup of teams headed in opposite directions. It’s also, of course, a rematch of Super Bowl LI, featuring the Falcons’ epic collapse. Let’s hope Atlanta doesn’t build a 28-3 lead at any point -- if it does, the Twitter comedians will be insufferable.
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.
"Thursday Night Football" is back to kick off another fantasy football week. Week 13 brings an intriguing matchup between the Cowboys and Saints in New Orelans (8:20 p.m. ET, Fox, NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video). As always, you want to make the right fantasy start 'em, sit 'em decisions, either by deploying players who can give you a nice early lead going into the Sunday or avoiding players who are bound to bust in prime time.
On the surface, this Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins matchup should be one of the easiest Thursday Night Football games for which to make a prediction. However, can the 2-7 Dolphins spring a surprise on the 6-2 Ravens? Or will the previous history between these two continue unimpeded? Let’s take a look at the individual matchups and make a prediction for this game between the Dolphins and Ravens at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
NEW ORLEANS - Playing in back-to-back Thursday night games ranks among the rarest NFL schedules, but that’s exactly where the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints find themselves this week. The Cowboys (7-4) visit the Caesar’s Superdome Thursday to take on the Saints (5-6) in Thursday Night Football on FOX.
The New England Patriots tore apart the Atlanta Falcons 25-0 on Thursday night to get Week 11 off to a stunning start. But now all eyes are on today's schedule, with some tasty clashes in store for us lucky viewers. Rodgers is back for the Green Bay Packers against the...
Amazon has a new delivery for fans of “Thursday Night Football.”
The tech behemoth, which currently enjoys rights to stream “Thursday Night Football” and will next year gain exclusive access to the NFL property, will test interest in interactive fan polling during this evening’s game between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons.
Fans who watch the stream-cast via Prime Video on Android phones will be able to respond to polls once before kickoff and once before halftime by using the interactive “X-Ray” feature that can be found alongside the football action. Questions will relate to the teams and players on the...
Who goes head-to-head tonight on Sunday Night Football in Week 10? It’s an AFC West showdown as the Kansas City Chiefs (5-4) head to Allegiant Stadium to take on the Las Vegas Raiders (5-3). The Chiefs secured a much-needed victory in Week 9 over the Packers. Can they keep the momentum going and challenge their division rivals in Week 10? Continue reading below for more information regarding the start time, channel, and live stream options for Sunday Night Football, as well as a preview and prediction.