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Week 13 of the 2018 NFL season will feature a marquee Thursday Night Football game on Thursday, November 29, 2018 (11/29/18) when the New Orleans Saints take on the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The Saints are led by head coach Sean Payton, quarterback Drew Brees, running back Alvin Kamara and wide receiver Michael Thomas. New Orleans is coming off a Week 12 win vs. the Falcons and enters the game with a 10-1 record. The Saints will clinch a playoff spot with a win on Thursday.
The Cowboys are led by head coach Jason Garrett, quarterback Dak Prescott, and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The Cowboys are coming in off a Week 12 win over the Redskins and enter the game with a 6-5 record.
The Cowboys have been resurgent since acquiring Amari Cooper from the Raiders, but the Saints have been bordering on unstoppable for most of the season, especially these last couple of weeks. They keep rolling on Thursday. Saints 31, Cowboys 20.
New Orleans’ offense is seemingly unstoppable at this point. Quarterback Drew Brees’ next victims are the Dallas Cowboys, who appear to be the favorite to win the NFC East at this point. This game will go a long way in proving if Dallas is ready to play with the big boys. Spoiler alert: They aren’t. Saints 38, Cowboys 20.
The Cowboys may be riding a bit of a heater right now with three straight wins, but it’s nothing compared to the absurd hot streak the Saints have put together. Drew Brees and Co. just can’t be stopped right now. Saints 30, Cowboys 21.
The Saints are an absolute machine right now, having won 10 straight games since they dropped the season opener at home to the hapless Buccaneers. And New Orleans will continue rolling in Dallas, which won’t be able to create any separation in the woeful NFC East. Saints 45, Cowboys 24.
The New Orleans Saints face the Dallas Cowboys tonight in NFL’s Thursday night football. This is the 28th meeting between the two, who were Capitol division rivals upon the Saints 1967 entry into the NFL. The Cowboys hold a 16-12 record against the Saints, including a 10-4 record against them in Dallas, site of tonight’s contest. The first game against each other was on October 15, 1967, a Capitol division matchup. The game was played in the Cotton Bowl, home of the Cowboys. Despite taking on a Dallas team that would go on to narrowly lose the NFL Championship game, the New Orleans defense would play competitively. Defensive back Dave Whitsell, who intercepted 10 passes in that inaugural season, a team record that still stands, returned one of his two interceptions on the day for a touchdown.
The Saints defense would hold Dallas quarterback Craig Morton to only 11 completions in 29 attempts, sacking him twice, and forced three turnovers. Unfortunately, New Orleans was not able to generate any offense to compliment their defensive effort, and the Cowboys were able to pull off a 14-10 victory. Dallas powered their way to 202 rushing yards in a 27-10 victory during the rematch later that year, the first game between these two in New Orleans. The Saints would lose their first five contests against their Texas counterparts before the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.
The first time New Orleans would play Dallas after the merger was on October 17, 1971 in New Orleans’ Tulane Stadium. The Cowboys, who were defending NFC champions, would go on to win Super Bowl VI later that year, but were pummeled by the New Orleans defense this day. The Saints were outgained in total yardage, 300-157, but sacked Dallas quarterbacks Morton and Roger Staubach five times and forced six turnovers on their way to a 24-14 victory. Coach Tom Landry’s Cowboys were one of the NFL’s powerhouses from the late 1960’s through the early 1980’s, advancing to the playoffs in 16 of 17 seasons, winning 14 division titles, advancing to 11 conference title games, going to five Super Bowls, and winning 2 world championships. Ironically, both of Landry’s championships would take place in the city of New Orleans. They defeated the Miami Dolphins 24-3 in Super Bowl VI played in Tulane Stadium. On January 15, 1978, his Cowboys would beat the Denver Broncos 27-10, in the first of seven Super Bowls that would be played in the Superdome. Between 1967-1984.
The Saints would go 1-11 against those Cowboy teams, including an 0-7 record in Dallas, a place where they would lose 9 straight between 1967-1991. The ’84 game provided probably the biggest frustration for Saints fans. New Orleans would race out to a 27-6 lead as the fourth quarter began, powered by 235 rushing yards. The Cowboys gathered themselves for an unlikely comeback though, which was punctuated when Jim Jeffcoat recovered a late fumble from a sack of Saints quarterback Ken Stabler in the end zone to tie the game, where Dallas would win in overtime 30-27.