Saints And Sinners

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Drew Brees is starting to hit the form that saw him clain the NFC MVP in 2009. Image courtesy of

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Cowboys v Saints

AT&T Stadium, Texas

Monday September 29 – 10:30 AM (AEST)




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The Cowboys look to claim top spot in the NFC East division when they face the Saints  in Texas on Monday (AEST).  

Dallas seeks its third win in a row after a shaky start to the season. Following two games on the road, the Cowboys return to Texas to atone for their Week 1 28-17 defeat at the hands of the 49ers. Starting off the season at $34 in the Super Bowl betting market, Dallas has drifted to even after defeating the Titans and the Rams in consecutive weeks. Quarterback Tony Romo is once again gelling well with running back DeMarco Murray, with the two combing for four touchdowns this season. With the return of cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who finished last season with 64 tackles and four sacks, both the Dallas’ first string offence and defence will line up on Monday.

The Saints are starting to look like the team that won the Super Bowl in the 2009/2010 season. After two losses to the Falcons and the Browns, New Orleans are finally in the winner’s circle follwoing a convincing win over the Vikings last week. Quarterback Drew Brees has been their one shining light all season, given he is second in the league for completions and has the fifth most passing yards at 863. Even though the Saints are 1-2 this season, they remain to win the Super Bowl, and punters are seeing the value, with New Orleans seventh favourite to go all the way this season.

New Orleans have won four of the last five games against Dallas, including the last two in Texas. Despite the Saints being favourites at ahead of Monday's match, a majority of the money coming into TattsBet is for the home side. Murray loves to play at home, having scored eight touchdowns in as many games in Texas, and is almost a shoe-in to nab one on Monday, and could get the first one .

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