NFL Odds: Cowboys vs. Saints highlights Week 10
After getting stunned by the New York Jets in Week 9 NFL betting action and costing their supporters some cash, the New Orleans Saints will be looking to bounce back in primetime on Sunday night this week as they get a visit from Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys.
The Saints fell 26-20 on the road against the Jets over the weekend as a 6-point favorite on the NFL odds, with Drew Brees going 30 of 51 for 382 yards passing with two touchdowns and two interceptions in the contest. Jimmy Graham had a pair of TD receptions for the Saints in that losing cause.
That defeat dropped New Orleans to 6-2 SU and 5-3 ATS on the season, and they're now just ahead of the Carolina Panthers (5-3 both SU and ATS) in the NFC South standings. Both of the Saints' losses have come in their last three outings, as they also fell in New England (30-27) back in Week 6.
The Cowboys have won three of their last four games, including a 27-23 home win over the Minnesota Vikings last time out in which they failed to cover the 8.5-point spread on the NFL betting lines at the sportsbooks. That has Dallas 5-4 SU and 7-2 ATS on the season, and they're one game up on the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East standings.
Romo went 34 of 51 for 337 yards passing with two touchdowns and one interception against the Vikings, with Jason Witten making eight catches for 102 yards and a score in the contest.
Dallas and New Orleans also met last season, with the Saints winning 34-31 as a 2.5-point road underdog in an OVER result at the sportsbooks. Overall the Cowboys are 3-7 both SU and ATS in their last 10 games against the Saints dating back to 1991, with the OVER/UNDER 5-5 in those matchups.
The NFL's Thursday night game this week has Washington at Minnesota, while Monday Night Football is Miami at Tampa Bay. Washington opened as a 2.5-point favorite against the Vikings, with the Dolphins opening as 4.5-point favorites against the Buccaneers.
Rounding out the Week 10 NFL betting slate are St. Louis at Indianapolis (-13), Philadelphia at Green Bay (-10), Detroit (-3.5) at Chicago, Buffalo at Pittsburgh (-5), Cincinnati (-2.5) at Baltimore, Jacksonville at Tennessee (-12), Oakland at the Giants (-7), Seattle (-4) at Atlanta, Carolina at San Francisco (-6.5), Denver (-7) at San Diego, and Houston at Arizona (-3).