It’s the Dallas Cowboys versus Philadelphia Eagles this week on Sunday Night Football.
Current Records: Dallas 2-5; Philadelphia 2-4-1
This Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys are wanting to fix up the openings in a safeguard that has permitted a normal of 34.71 focuses per matchup. The Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles will go head to head in a NFC East fight at 8:20 p.m. ET on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. Every week has implied less and less focuses for Dallas in their previous three games, so Philadelphia may be getting them at a decent time.
Dallas endured a dismal 25-3 annihilation to the Washington Football Team this previous Sunday. QB Andy Dalton had a significant game, yet not in the manner in which you need to be recollected: other than neglecting to create a solitary score, he tossed one interference with a passing culmination level of just 47.37%.
Philadelphia can feel extremely grateful for their success over the New York Giants last Thursday. The last score was a hard-battled 22-21. Philadelphia QB Carson Wentz was throwing it as he passed for two TDs and 359 yards on 43 endeavors notwithstanding punching in one surging score. That was the primary 300+ yard exertion for Wentz this season.
Dallas is relied upon to lose this next one by 7.5. They have bombed bettors playing the spread in all their previous seven games, so purchasers be careful.
The Cowboys and the Eagles split their matches last season, with Dallas guaranteeing a 37-10 triumph and Philadelphia fighting back with a 17-9 win of their own. Inquire on CBSSports.com for refreshes on how things play out this time around.
How to Watch:
- When: Sunday, November 1 at 8:20 p.m. ET
- Where: Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Television: NBC
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional limitations may apply.)