Sunday sees a collision between two of the most potent offenses in the NFL, and two teams that are currently among the favorites to take home the Super Bowl. The Cowboys head to Arrowhead Stadium to take on a Chiefs team that we just saw dismantle the Raiders on Monday Night Football. The question everyone has been asking this week: do the Chiefs finally have their mojo back? Dallas avenged their Week 9 loss to the Broncos with a thrashing of the Atlanta Falcons last week. On Friday, we learned that star wide receiver Amari Cooper has hit the reserve COVID-19 list, and will not be playing on Sunday. Luckily for the Cowboys, CeeDee Lamb will suit up after suffering a minor injury last week, and Michael Gallup returned against the Falcons and should play a more prominent role this week without Cooper. For the Chiefs, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire might be healthy enough to play, although it has been rumored that he will sit out until after the team’s bye in Week 12. As for the on field handicap, this game is power offense against power offense. While the Chiefs defense has been much improved, especially with Melvin Ingram lining up opposite Chris Jones on the defensive line, I still like Dallas to expose this secondary. I lean to the over here, although 56.5 is about as high as you want to play an NFL game total. I am more interested in taking Dallas with the points. I’ll take them at +2.5 but would love it if this climbed up to +3.0 by Sunday. Either way, the Cowboys are the side in my opinion, and don’t be afraid to sprinkle that moneyline as well.
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