New Orleans (10-1) at Dallas (6-5), 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon. A pair of first-place domed teams meet in the Lone Star State as the Dallas Cowboys host the New Orleans Saints in Arlington with both teams coming off Thanksgiving Day home wins.

For the Saints, they took care of Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons 31-17 in the Big Easy Thanksgiving night, while picking up their tenth win in a row. New Orleans led from start to finish and took a 17-3 lead with them to the intermission and never looked back. While rushing for 150 yards, New Orleans held their NFC South rivals from the Big Peach to 26 yards rushing. Ryan did throw for 377 yards with a pair of TDs to Calvin Ridley and Tevin Coleman but was sacked six times and picked off once, while Drew Brees threw for 171 yards and four TDs (Brees was sacked once and threw an interception). New Orleans forced five turnovers in the win and went 5 for 11 on third down tries, holding the ball for 29:01, while Atlanta actually ruled the clock and kept the pigskin to themselves for 30:59, while going 5 of 15 on third down and 4 of 6 on fourth down.

Dallas also took a Thanksgiving Day win at home, taking down Washington 31-23 at AT&T Stadium last Thursday afternoon, pulling themselves to a tie for first place in the NFC East with the Redskins. The Cowboys led 10-7 at the intermission, then proceeded to outpace Washington 21-16 in the second half to avenge a three-point loss at Landover a few weeks earlier. Ezekiel Elliott ran for 121 yards and a TD as Dallas outrushed Washington 146-80 and Dak Prescott threw for 289 yards and a pair of TDs to Amari Cooper, while Washington’s Colt McCoy threw for 268 yards with a pair of TDs and three interceptions. Dallas went 6 for 14 on third down (the Cowboys were 0 for 1 on fourth down) and kept the ball for 33:23, while the Redskins kept the ball for 26:37, going 4 for 11 on third down conversions in the Thursday afternoon contest.

Dallas leads the series 16-12 and the Cowboys have outscored the Saints 591-550. New Orleans won the last meeting with Dallas, coming away 26-20 overtime winners in the Big Easy in 2015, while Dallas’ last win in the series came in the Lone Star State by a final of 38-17 in 2014. The oddsmakers in Vegas like the Saints as a 7 1/2-point favorite away from the Big Easy with a 52 1/2 over/under. Those numbers make sense. Both teams are in first place in their respective divisions and the Saints are right now the king of the NFC mountain and the one seed in the event the playoffs were to start Thursday night. As for Dallas, they would like nothing more than to end New Orleans’ reign of terror. Saints fans, your hearts are about to be broken. Dallas may not cover the 7 1/2 but they do take the win in the Lone Star State.

Broadcast Information: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter), Kristina Pink (Field reporter); NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One: Ian Eagle, Tony Boseli; SIRIUS: 81 (New Orleans), 83 (Dallas); XM: 226 (New Orleans), 225 (Dallas)

Referee: Walt Anderson

Injury Report

New Orleans

OUT: T Terron Armstead (Pectoral)


OUT: WR Tavon Austin (Groin), DE David Irving (Ankle), LB Sean Lee (Hamstring), TE Geoffery Swaim (Wrist)

QUESTIONABLE: T Tyron Smith (Neck), DT Maliek Collins (Knee), G Zach Martin (Knee), G Xavier Su’a-Filo (Ankle)

Weather Forecast: Game indoors.

Broadcast Information and Injury Report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel. (Note: Weather information is based on kickoff local time)