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2 bold predictions for Texans vs. Cowboys

Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys reacts after a touchdown during the second half of a game against the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium on November 24, 2022 in Arlington, Texas.
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One of the most lopsided NFL games on paper this week features the Houston Texans against the Dallas Cowboys.

The Cowboys are 17-point favorites coming off a 35-point win over the Indianapolis Colts.

Dallas is playing like one of the best football teams right now, and the Texans are in deep trouble.

Houston enters the game with a 1-10-1 record and is focused on getting the number one pick.

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Here are two bold predictions for Sunday’s Battle of Texas.

1. Cowboys win by more than 30 points

The Cowboys’ offense has been on a roll since Dak Prescott returned from injury in Week 7.

Even though Cooper Rush led the Cowboys to a 4-1 record, Prescott has taken Dallas to a different level.

The Cowboys have the best offense in the NFL since Week 7.

Since Week 8, the Cowboys have three games in which they have scored at least 40 points.

Dallas is averaging 37.2 points per game since Prescott returned.

Also, his defense has been one of the best in the NFL, especially in taking the ball away from him.

His 21 finishes this year rank second in the NFL.

The Cowboys’ offense should have plenty of opportunities to score points at shortstop.

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This is how blowouts over 30 points usually pay off.

2. Cowboys score a defense and a special teams touchdown

The aforementioned Cowboys defense, hungry for turnovers, will feast on a young quarterback this week.

Houston has decided to return to Davis Mills as its starting quarterback this week.

But, in 10 games this season, Mills has thrown 11 interceptions.

The Dallas defense should be able to get a 2-3 take in this game.

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All they have to do is return one for a touchdown.

On special teams, Dallas should force the Texans to punt a lot.

Which will give KaVontae Turpin a chance to return one for a touchdown.

Turpin has prepared to return a punt for a touchdown this year, and this seems like a good week to do it.

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