Prediction and Betting Odds for Dallas Cowboys vs New England Patriots

the Dallas Cowboys aim to return to the victory column as they host the New England Patriots at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys, with a 2-1 record, suffered an unexpected defeat at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday. Meanwhile, the Patriots, standing at 1-2, managed to break a two-game losing streak with a less-than-stellar win over the struggling New York Jets.

Predictions for the Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots Game

Prediction 1: Dak Prescott to Exceed 233.5 Passing Yards @ -110 (1.91) Prediction 2: Ezekiel Elliott to Surpass 27.5 Rushing Yards @ -110 (1.91)

Dallas Cowboys vs: New England Patriots Odds

Dallas Cowboys vs: New England Patriots – Can the Patriots Pull off an Upset?

Dallas Cowboys: Recent Performance, News, and Injuries

New England Patriots: Recent Performance, News, and Injuries

Dallas Cowboys vs: New England Patriots Head-to-Head Record

Key Match Details

The Dallas Cowboys enter the game as 6.5-point favorites with a total points over/under set at 43.5. Initially, Dallas was favored by -7, but the line has adjusted slightly in anticipation of this pivotal matchup for both teams.

Prediction 1: Dak Prescott to Surpass 233.5 Passing Yards @ -110 (1.91)

Dak Prescott has impressively exceeded the 233.5 passing yards mark in his last two outings. However, he faces intense pressure this Sunday to secure a victory, especially in front of a somewhat disgruntled home crowd. It’s worth noting that New England’s defense has limited opposing quarterbacks to 170 yards or fewer on two occasions this season. Additionally, rookie cornerback Christian Gonzalez has effectively contained top-notch wide receivers like A.J. Brown, Tyreek Hill, and Garrett Wilson in the initial three weeks. Nevertheless, the Cowboys might encounter difficulties establishing their ground game against the Patriots. In such a scenario, Prescott is likely to connect with Brandin Cooks on several deep passes, ultimately surpassing the 233.5-yard mark in a hard-fought triumph.

Prediction 2: Ezekiel Elliott to Accumulate Over 27.5 Rushing Yards @ -110 (1.91)

Ezekiel Elliott returns to face his former team after a noteworthy performance against the formidable run defense of the New York Jets last week. Zeke has already surpassed the 27.5 rushing yards benchmark twice this season and achieved this target in 14 out of 15 games last year. The Cowboys’ defense has been permitting over 131 rushing yards per game, and New England is expected to emphasize the running game to counter Micah Parsons and the third-ranked sack-hungry defense. Elliott undoubtedly relishes the opportunity to make a statement against his former team, and under the guidance of Bill Belichick, he is likely to receive ample carries, comfortably surpassing the 27.5-yard threshold.

Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots Odds

Based on the moneyline odds, the Cowboys are favored at -275 (1.36), indicating a 74.0% implied probability of winning, while the Patriots stand as underdogs at +225 (3.25), with a 30.3% chance to secure an upset victory.

Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots – Can the Patriots Upset the Odds?

The Cowboys, currently ranked 22nd in passing, have faced some struggles, while the Patriots appear poised to exploit the Cowboys’ vulnerability against the run. This matchup could potentially be decided in the closing moments, especially if Mac Jones can protect the football.

Dallas Cowboys Form News and Injuries

The Cowboys’ offensive line is dealing with injuries, with one starter sidelined and two others playing at less than full strength. Notably, no Dallas receiver has managed to score a touchdown thus far in the season. Tony Pollard had a standout performance last Sunday with his first 100-yard game and has been averaging 24 carries per game over the previous two weeks. Concerningly, the Cowboys were exposed to a 222-yard rushing onslaught by the Cardinals.

Dallas Cowboys Injury Report

  • T Tyron Smith (Knee) – Out
  • G Zack Martin (Ankle) – Questionable
  • C Tyler Biadasz (Hamstring) – Questionable
  • TE Peyton Hendershot (Ankle) – Questionable

New England Patriots Form News and Injuries

The Patriots’ defensive front is grappling with injuries, with Daniel Ekuale placed on injured reserve, and both Christian Barmore and Davon Godchaux being limited in practice this week due to lingering injuries. Offensively, the Patriots rank 26th in scoring, averaging just 17.3 points per game. The Patriots have faced struggles in their last 11 regular-season road games, having lost seven of them.

New England Patriots Injury Report

  • DL Christian Barmore (Knee) – Questionable
  • CB Shaun Wade (Shoulder) – Questionable
  • DL Davon Godchaux (Ankle) – Questionable
  • DB Jonathan Jones (Ankle) – Questionable
  • OL Cole Strange (Knee) – Questionable

Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots Head-to-Head Record

The Cowboys hold the historical series lead at 8-6 but have faced setbacks in six of the last seven meetings:

  • 2021: Cowboys won 35-29 in New England
  • 2019: Patriots won 13-9 in New England
  • 2015: Patriots won 30-6 in Dallas
  • 2011: Patriots won 20-16 in New England
  • 2007: Patriots won 48-27 in Dallas

Key Match Details

  • Date & Time: Sunday, October 1, 2023, 04:25 p.m. ET
  • Venue: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • Where to Watch the Match in the UK: FuboTV or Other Live Stream Platforms


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