Dallas Cowboys vs New England Patriots
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Dallas Cowboys vs New England Patriots Odds
|Dallas Cowboys||-4½ -110||49½ -110o||-200|
|New England Patriots||+4½ -110||49½ -110u||+170|
**Odds as of 10/11**
The Dallas Cowboys (4-1) will head to Foxborough to face the New England Patriots (2-3) in a Week 6 NFL matchup. The Cowboys are coming off another huge victory, crushing the New York Giants 44-20. Meanwhile, the Patriots barely escaped Houston with a 25-22 win.
If we take a quick look at the NFL odds and lines, we can see the Cowboys as the -4½ road favorites, with the point total set at 49½.
How about those Cowboys? Dallas has now rattled off four straight victories and has scored 36 or more points in its last three games. Credit offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who has dialed up the No. 1 offense in the league.
The offense continues to be unstoppable, putting up 525 total yards. Dak Prescott put up his third straight game with three or more passing touchdowns, and Zeke Elliott and Tony Pollard led the second-ranked rushing attack by combining for 185 yards.
The Cowboys’ defense has also been formidable, collecting their 12th takeaway, the second-most in the NFL. Trevon Diggs secured his league-leading sixth interception in five games.
The New England Patriots trailed on the road in the fourth quarter Sunday to a one-win Texans team, and rookie quarterback Mac Jones delivered a touchdown to tie the game before a 21-yard field goal won it with 15 seconds left.
“Mac has been good for us all year in terms of his leadership and resilience,” coach Bill Belichick said.
Jones completed 23 of 30 passes giving him 135 completions, which is tied for most by a rookie in his first five starts. The offense, however, struggled in the red zone, like they have all year, turning the ball over on the 1-yard line. Nick Folk hit four field goals, including one from 52 yards.
The defense ranks fifth overall in total yards but allowed rookie quarterback Davis Mills to throw for 312 yards and three touchdowns. The defense did record three sacks but was lucky to walk out of Houston with a 2-3 record.