The Dallas Cowboys (+2500 to win Super bowl 54) didn’t do themselves any favors by absorbing a loss last Sunday. They are now headed to a collision with the Buffalo Bills (+6000 to win the Super Bowl), who have been among the quietest successful teams this season. Will the Cowboys recover their swag and keep their chances of winning the NFC East high? Or will the Bills embarrass Dallas in its own field?
Betting Preview for the Buffalo Bills vs Dallas Cowboys NFL Regular Season Week 13 Game on November 28, 2019
Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington
When: Thursday, December 1, 2019, 4:30 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Buffalo Bills (8-3)
The Bills snatched their second win in a row on Sunday, boiling the Denver Broncos and discarding them in a 20-3 home victory. Josh Allen proved to be the better Allen in the game, outplaying the Broncos’ Brandon Allen. The Bills’ second-year quarterback passed for 185 yards and two touchdowns with an interception on 15-of-25 completions. He also rushed for 56 yards on nine carries. Buffalo’s ground attack was too much for the Broncos, as Devin Singletary and company rushed for 244 yards on 44 carries (5.2 yards per carry). That doesn’t bode well for Dallas’ defense that is only 16th in the league against the run, with 104.8 rushing yards allowed per game. While the Bills don’t have splashy names on their receiving corps, they have managed to make the most out of the tandem of John Brown and Cole Beasly, who had 39 and 76 receiving yards, respectively, in the Broncos game, while having a touchdown grab each. The Bills’ defense is another noteworthy asset of Buffalo, which had four sacks against Denver. Buffalo is seventh in the league with 33.0 sacks thus far this season.
The Bills are 3-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last four games.
Betting on the Dallas Cowboys (6-5)
Many are calling for Jerry Jones to fire Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, and who could blame them? Garrett is now a magnet of criticism following the Cowboys’ 13-9 road loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. In that game, the Cowboys barely got anything going on offense. Wide receiver Amari Cooper was absolutely shut down by New England’s defense, as he finished the game with zero catches on two targets. Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore was all over Cooper, though, the wideout should have a bigger breathing room to move around downfield against Buffalo’s pass defense that is solid, but not as suffocating as the Patriots’ stop unit. But even when taking Cooper out of the equation, the Cowboys have other weapons for Dak Prescott to lean on. Randall Cobb continues to have a revival of sorts in Dallas. He had 86 receiving yards on four catches in Week 12, while Michael Gallup caught the same amount of passes for 55 receiving yards.
Playing at home should also be a positive for the Cowboys, who are 6-3-1 ATS in their last 10 games in Arlington.
The Cowboys win, 23-20.
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