The Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys will face off on Thursday Night Football in Week 13. Kickoff from AT&T Stadium is set for 8:15 p.m. ET and will air on Prime Video. The Cowboys are a 8.5-point favorites at DraftKings Sportsbook and the total sits at 46.5. On the moneyline, the Cowboys are -425 while the Seahawks are +330.
Thursday Night Football: Week 13
Seahawks vs. Cowboys
Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Live Stream: Amazon Prime Video
Odds: Cowboys -425, Seahawks +330, O/U 46.5
Seattle got off to a 5-2 start and was looking like one of the better teams in the NFC. They now sit at 6-5 and will have to start playing better football if they want to get into the playoffs. Their divisional struggles have been concerning as they 1-3 against NFC West opponents with their one win being against a bad Arizona Cardinals team. Geno Smith has been decent, but has to be better for this offense. Injuries have hurt this offense as they're currently without Kenneth Walker. Defensively, they have been all over the place. They’ll look like one of the better defenses in the NFL one week and give up 35+ points the next. They have. solid secondary, but need Devon Witherspoon to be better. He was benched in their most recent game against the San Francisco 49ers.
This seems like the best chance the Cowboys have had at a Super Bowl in a long time. Both their offense and defense look like one of the best in the NFC and they’re clicking in all aspects of football. Dak Prescott is limiting the turnovers as he’s thrown 23 touchdowns with six interceptions. Brandin Cooks feels like the final piece of the puzzle for me. CeeDee Lamb is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL and will put up numbers no matter what. However, Cooks threatens the defense as another top receiving option. Cooks was WR1 in Houston last season and would be that in a lot of places. Defensively, the Cowboys are playing great football. And that is without Trevon Diggs who is out for the year. DaRon Bland has interception touchdown returns this season which is the most in a single-season in NFL history and we still have six games to play.