Dallas Cowboys at New England Patriots

Dallas Cowboys Odds

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott will look to break out of a funk against the New
England Patriots on Sunday afternoon. After rushing for 100-plus yards in three straight
games, Elliott has been limited to 47 yards against the Minnesota Vikings and 45 yards
against the Detroit Lions over the past two weeks. He did find the end zone last weekend,
however, which helped the Cowboys outlast the Lions for a 35-27 victory. The Cowboys’
running game will be important against the Patriots, who will be challenged on defense to
focus on either Elliott in the backfield or Dak Prescott in the passing game. The status or
right tackle La’el Collins, who missed Wednesday’s practice, and wide receiver Amari
Cooper — a full participant Wednesday despite a knee contusion — could be impactful
Sunday.,

New England Patriots Odds

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has faced the Dallas Cowboys four times in
his career. He still hasn’t lost to them. Brady will look to stay perfect against Dallas when the
teams meet in New England on Sunday afternoon. The Patriots (9-1) remain a leading Super
Bowl contender, but their offense has not been consistent throughout the season. They have
a chance to get back on track against the Cowboys. Brady’s top targets in the passing game
include Julian Edelman (716 yards, 4 TDs) and Phillip Dorsett (332 yards, 5 TDs), along with
backfield threat James White (420 yards, 1 TD). The 42-year-old quarterback has gone four
straight games without passing for 300 yards.