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Line on Cowboys-Saints Game Week 4 Opens Dallas -3 on Road

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Sep/22/2019

The New Orleans Saints were coming in as a +3 home dog versus the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4.


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Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes to Amari Cooper before running for another score, and the Cowboys pulled out of a first-half funk as huge favorites in a 31-6 victory over the rebuilding Dolphins on Sunday.

"I mean, it's pro football, you know what I'm saying?" said Cooper, who had team highs of six catches and 88 yards. "They came out here prepared to play us. I think we were resilient."

The Cowboys now have the 4th shortest odds to win Super Bowl LIV with a payout potential of $1200 on every $100 bet.

The Saints without Drew Brees were even more impressive playing in Seattle and walking away with a 33-27 statement win that was more lopsided during much of the game.

Teddy Bridgewater played in Brees' place.

He threw a 29-yard touchdown to Alvin Kamara late in the first half on a screen pass where the talented running back bounced off several tacklers on his way to the end zone. He added a 1-yard TD toss to Michael Thomas on fourth-and-goal on the first possession of the second half, a drive kept alive by an illegal formation penalty against Seattle on a missed field goal attempt.

But the key for New Orleans was a pair of first-half touchdowns with Bridgewater standing on the sideline.

Deonte Harris took a punt back 53 yards for a score in the first quarter, and Vonn Bell picked up Chris Carson's third lost fumble in three games, and returned it 33 yards for a TD in the second quarter.

The Saints remain the -110 to -125 favorite to win the NFC South.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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