New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football for November 29th will feature two NFC playoff contenders as the Dallas Cowboys welcome into town the New Orleans Saints. The Saints and Cowboys get things started from Dallas at 8:20PM Eastern Time and FOX has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New Orleans Saints favored by -7 1/2 points with the total lined at 52 1/2 points.

New Orleans is the hottest team in the NFL as they carry a ten game win streak into this Thursday night game. Each team will have a full week of rest having played on Thanksgiving. Not only has New Orleans won ten straight they have covered the point spread in nine of those games. It is an offense that is getting production on the ground as well as the pass. Alvin Kamara has been a big boost to the Saints offense as the second year running back is averaging 4.7 yards per run on his 706 yards rushing on the season. With the threat of a legitimate run game it has allowed for more space for New Orleans receivers to operate in. As a result New Orleans is averaging 283 yards passing for a 75.8% completion percentage.

Dallas has gotten back into the playoff picture in the NFC as the team sits at 6-5 and on a three game win streak. Cowboys defeated Washington on Thanksgiving to move into a three way tie in the division with five games left to be played. Wide receiver Amari Cooper has been a good edition to the Cowboys offense which has helped spark up their passing attack. Dallas has averaged 26 points per game in their past three games. Cowboys defense has performed well on the year by allowing 331 yards and 19.4 points per game. But Dallas will face the most potent offense they have faced this season. Saints are averaging 37.2 points per game on the season.

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