Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles – Week 6 SNF Picks & Betting Preview

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This should be a great game. We’ve got the 4-1 Cowboys heading to Philadelphia to play their division rivals who just so happen to be the last undefeated team left in the league. Both teams have been impressive both offensively and defensively.

This is shaping up to be a critical game early in the season for both teams, and it should help decide who might eventually win the division. Expect a hard-fought showdown.

You can find our picks for this epic showdown below.

  • Time: 8:20 pm ET
  • TV: NBC
  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Weather: 60°, cloudy skies, no precipitation, 3 MPH winds

Pick 1: Dallas Cowboys +6.5

The Cowboys have been extremely competitive without Dak Prescott. In fact, they’ve won all of their games under backup QB Cooper Rush. This has more to do with their dominant defense which has allowed only 14.4 points per game.

The Eagles have been very impressive this year, but because of their run-first offense (800 rushing yards over 5 games), they haven’t necessarily blown out any teams, with their only double-digit wins coming in Weeks 2 and 3.

The Cowboys might not win this game outright, but they should be able to stay within a touchdown in this one. Take them +6.5 in this one.

Pick 2: Noah Brown Over 35.5 receiving yards (-114 at FanDuel)

We didn’t see much of Noah Brown last week (only one reception for five yards), but don’t expect that to be the trend going forward. Brown has earned his way into the starting lineup and he should be involved heavily moving forward, especially with CeeDee lamb being listed as questionable with a hip injury.

If you look at the receivers that have had success against the Eagles secondary this season, they are all cut from a similar cloth as Brown. Amon Ra St. Brown, Terry McLaurin, Christian Kirk, Rondale Moore, and Marquise Brown have all had more than 50 yards against the Eagles, I believe Noah Brown will join that list.

Pick 3: Jalen Hurts Over 49.5 rushing yards (-114 at FanDuel)

The Cowboys have only played one other true rushing QB this season when they played Daniel Jones and the Giants. In that game, they gave up 79 yards on 9 runs by Jones.

They even gave up 6.5 yards per rush to the traditionally-pass-first Joe Burrow.

Scrambling has been one of the only ways teams have been able to move the ball against the stifling Cowboys D.

Put Jalen Hurts, who averages 53.2 rushing yards per game against that defense, you should have a big day for Hurts. Any time Micah Parsons overextends himself blitzing, expect Hurts to take off and get yards in bunches.

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Kyler Wolff

Kyler Wolff is a sports writer with a passion for football and statistical analysis. He uses his knowledge of the game and ability to break down stats to make the best picks possible for our readers. He has previously worked for sportstips.com as a baseball betting picks writer and Diamondlobby.com as a Madden writer. See Kyler's posts.