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Dallas Cowboys @ Detroit Lions
Date and Time: Sunday, 10/27/13 at 1:00pm on FOX
Game Line: Detroit Lions -3 (from JustBet)
Sunday NFL Football Analysis: When the Cowboys visit Ford Field to take on the Lions on Sunday it will be a match up between the two most pass happy teams in the league. Matt Stafford and Tony Romo lead the NFC in attempts, completions, wide receiver touchdowns and passing touchdowns and with both teams having big question marks in the secondary, this one could be a shootout. Detroit’s Calvin Johnson and Dallas’ Dez Bryant each have six touchdown grabs to lead all NFC receivers and both will play a huge role in this game. Whether or not Stafford and Romo will have enough time to find their favoritetargets will depend on how some of the defensive line stars fare. Lions’ Ndamukong Suh leads the team in sacks and is an anchor for a great four man defensive line for Detroit that is going to need to disrupt passes if they’re going to be successful at home. Dallas relies heavily on All Pro defensive end DeMarcus Ware is highly doubtful for the game with a knee injury which should really open things up for Lions RB Reggie Bush who is already having a better season than many expected. On the other side, Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray is practicing again this week and should return for this game and give his team a much needed balance on offense. Dallas has been beating up on the easy teams on their schedule all season long, and it is just like them to wilt in a pressure game, on the road, with early divisional implications. Tony Romo isn’t as good as his numbers make him out to be and this is the kind of game where the Cowboys show why they’re not an elite team in the NFL.
Dallas Cowboys at Detroit Lions Free NFL Picks: Detroit Lions -3 and over 50.5
Dallas Cowboys at Detroit Lions Game Prediction 31-26 Lions
What to expect in this NFL Football match up: Dallas and Detroit are two teams that mirror each other both in what they do well, and what they do poorly. They’re both very pass happy offenses that like to put up points early and often when they’re not turning the ball over or committing penalties and they both have very weak secondary’s and strong front seven’s. Unfortunately, when you play a team with a similar make up those miss matches get exposed and that is what is going to happen here. Both quarterbacks will have gaudy numbers and both star receivers will put on a show case. In a game with two evenly matched teams, we trust Stafford a little more than Romo, especially at home.