Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans Saints Betting Odds – Point Spread Pick
- Updated: November 10, 2013
Time: 8:25 PM EST Sunday November 10, 2013, ESPN
The New Orleans Saints host the Dallas Cowboys Colts in a NFC conference match up.
In their last games the New Orleans lost 26-20 to the New York Jets on the road, while Dallas had to come from behind in the final minute to beat Minnesota 27-23 at home.
Last season New Orleans needed overtime to beat the Cowboys 34-31 in Dallas, as a 1 point favorite. The Saints have won 7 out of their last 10 games against Dallas.
The Underdog has cover the spread in 8 straight games between these 2 teams.
The Cowboys are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 meetings in Houston.
The Home team has a record of 4-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings.
This season New Orleans is 4-0 at home and Dallas is 1-3 on the road.
Betting Odds at 5Dimes
Point Spread: New Orleans -6.5
Over/Under Total Line: 53.5
Moneyline: Cowboys +240 / Saints -280
Straight up and Against the Point Spread Records
Dallas Cowboys: 5-4 SU 7-2 ATS
New Orleans Saints: 6-2 SU 5-3 ATS
Key Betting Trends
• DAL is 5-1 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.
• DAL is 5-1 ATS in their last 6 vs. NFC.
• DAL is 5-2 ATS in their last 7 road games.
• NO is 20-6 ATS in their last 26 home games.
• NO is 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games following a ATS loss.
• NO is 12-5 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.
Sagarin Power Rankings
Dallas Cowboys: 24.46
New Orleans Saints: 26.13
Key Player Injuries
[DE] 11/9/2013 – George Selvie Prob Sunday (Shoulder)
[RB] 11/9/2013 – Demarco Murry Prob Sunday (Knee)
[S] 11/9/2013 – Barry Church Prob Sunday (Hamstring)
[WR] 11/9/2013 – Dwayne Harris Prob Sunday (Hip)
[S] 11/9/2013 – Danny McCray Prob Sunday (Hip)
[DT] 11/9/2013 – Nick Hayden Prob Sunday (Ribs)
[WR] 11/6/2013 – Dez Bryant Prob Sunday (Back)
[DT] 11/5/2013 – Demarcus Ware Prob Sunday (Quadricep)
[DT] 11/9/2013 – Jason Hatcher Ques Sunday (Neck)
[WR] 11/7/2013 – Miles Austin Doub Sunday (Hamstring)
[LB] 11/9/2013 – De Vonte Holloman Out Sunday (Neck)
[DB] 11/9/2013 – J.J. Wilcox Out Sunday (Knee)
[CB] 11/9/2013 – Morris Claiborne Out Sunday (Hamstring)
[G] 11/3/2013 – Brian Waters I-R (Tricep)
[S] 11/9/2013 – Kenny Vaccaro Prob Sunday (Chest)
[TE] 11/9/2013 – Josh Hill Prob Sunday (Foot)
[RB] 11/9/2013 – Darren Sproles Prob Sunday (Concussion)
[TE] 11/9/2013 – Jimmy Graham Ques Sunday (Elbow)
[DE] 11/9/2013 – Cameron Jordan Ques Sunday (Ankle)
[LB] 11/9/2013 – Curtis Lofton Ques Sunday (Hamstring)
[DE] 11/9/2013 – Tom Johnson Ques Sunday (Hip)
[G] 11/9/2013 – Jahri Evans Ques Sunday (Hip)
[LB] 11/9/2013 – David Hawthorne Ques Sunday (Toe)
[S] 11/4/2013 – Roman Harper Ques Sunday (Knee)
[DE] 11/4/2013 – Tyrunn Walker Ques Sunday (Knee)
[CB] 11/4/2013 – Ron Sweeting Ques Sunday (Hip)
[S] 11/4/2013 – Malcolm Jenkins Ques Sunday (Knee)
[WR] 11/4/2013 – Marques Colston Ques Sunday (Knee)
[LB] 10/7/2013 – Victor Butler I-R (Knee)
[WR] 10/7/2013 – Joseph Morgan I-R (Knee)
[DE] 10/7/2013 – Kenyon Coleman I-R (Pectoral)
[LB] 10/7/2013 – Will Smith I-R (Knee)
Dallas @ New York Giants
San Francisco @ New Orleans
Our Selection : The Cowboys’ defense is atrocious ranking 31st in the league in total yards and passing yards allowed per game. The Saints’ defense on the other hand ranks 9th and 5th in those categories. Our only concern here is the New Orleans rushing defense ranked 25th in the league. However, those numbers change dramatically when at home where they rank 11th.
Injuries have been an issue for both defenses, but the Cowboys do get back LB Demarcus Ware and the Saints are likely to get back S Roman Harper. The Linebacker situation for New Orleans is cloudy with both interior linebackers questionable. We’re hearing that LB Curtis Lofton tweaked his ankle in practice Thursday and was held of drills on Friday to rest it. He should be able go on Sunday.
The Saints have not lost at home this season with a 4-0 straight up and ATS record. Bettors should also keep in mind that the Cowboys allowed 506 yards to San Diego and 623 yards to Detroit in recent road games. Dallas have been filling the public’s pocket all season with a 7-2 ATS mark. That will end tonight in New Orleans. Take the New Orleans Saints -6 at 5Dimes and get reduced juice on every play.