Sunday Night Football Betting Trends – Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

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Sunday Night Football Betting Trends – Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints will welcome the the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football in NFL Week 10 betting and it should be a wonder to watch.

After a forgettable season last year, nobody expected the Saints to march unopposed to the top of the NFC South and everyone predicted the Cowboys to be, well, the Cowboys. Few had them them begged to have a winning record this deep into the season, but Dallas (5-4) is atop the NFC East and is looking hungry.

Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints are 7 point favorites hosting the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.
Starts: 11/10/2013 8:30PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, 1500 Sugar Bowl Drive
New Orleans , Louisiana

 

The Saints opened as 6.5 point betting favorites and have settled at a one touchdown favorite. Betting on a 7 point spread can be tricky, so check out the Sunday Night Football betting trends for the Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints game before you place your bets:

  • Both of these teams can move the ball through the air. The Saints are the 3rd best passing offense in the NFL with 317.6 passing yards as an average; the Cowboys are 9th with 267.1.
  • The battle the big guns. While the Saints have TE Jimmy Graham as big target for Brees, the Cowboys have WR Dez Bryant, who has become an elite WR. Graham leads the NFL with 10 TDs while Bryant is third with 8 TDs.
  • Dallas QB Tony has quietly had a tremendous season so far; he has thrown 2553 yards, 20 TDs, and most importantly only 6 interceptions for a 100.0 passer rating. He’s 1-2 facing the Saints with 6 TDs and 2 interceptions while posting a 98.2 rating.
  • Romo will face a huge challenge on Sunday because the Saints defense is the 5th best defending the pass in the NFL; from the opponents Dallas has faced this season, only Kansas City has a better ranked passing D.
  • Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan used to be the defensive genius for Dallas until last year; he might not a trick or two on how to make Tony Romo uncomfortable.
  • New Orleans QB Drew Brees has been similar to Romo this season with 2672 yards, 21 TDs and 7 INTs. Brees is 3-2 when playing against the Cowboys, and has made the Dallas D pay on every snap throwing 12 TDs and just 4 interceptions for 99.5 passer rating.
  • Brees can go as crazy as he wants on Sunday night; the Cowboys passing defense is the second worst in the NFL allowing 305.2 yards per game; only Philadelphia has a worst unit.
  • Saints domination. New Orleans has won seven of the last eight matchups against Dallas at any field, and has a 5-1 ATS record when the game is at the Super Dome.
  • The Saints have covered in four of the last five games between these two teams when the spread has been 7 points or higher.