After collecting their first win of the season, the New England Patriots can go back-to-back with a road game against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4. The Cowboys are reeling from a stunning defeat in Week 3, but can they prevent another upset loss this coming Sunday?
Read on for more about this Patriots vs Cowboys matchup in the 2023 NFL game, including our predictions, picks, and latest odds to win this showdown, as brought to you by JefeBet. Also, don’t forget to check out other NFL content to help you make the best betting decisions.
Predictions, Odds, and Betting Preview for the New England Patriots vs Dallas Cowboys NFL Regular Season Week 4 Game on October 1, 2023
- Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
- When: Sunday, October 1, 2023, 4:25 PM ET
- Where to Watch: FOX
- Spread: New England Patriots (+6.5) vs Dallas Cowboys (-6.5)
- Over/Under: 43.0
All odds are provided by DraftKings.
Betting on the New England Patriots (+6.5)
Regular season record: 1-2
Is a revenge game coming from Ezekiel Elliott this coming Sunday against his former team? Elliott showed he’s still got it in Week 3’s 15-10 road win over the New York Jets, as he led New England with 80 rushing yards on 16 carries.
Another potential hero for the Patriots in Week 4 is tight end Pharaoh Brown, who came to life in the Jets game, recording 71 receiving yards and a touchdown on just two receptions and two targets. So far this season, the Patriots are averaging only 17.3 points per game but are in the upper half of the league with 342.7 total yards per contest. They have been more consistent on defense, with the Patriots allowing only 19.7 points per game.
Betting on the Dallas Cowboys (-6.5)
Regular season record: 2-1
The Cowboys have questions to ask themselves after getting tripped up by the Arizona Cardinals in an embarrassing 28-16 loss in Glendale last week. The Cowboys entered that game boasting of a scary defense that held their first two opponents this season to just 10 points.
But the Cardinals, who were expected to tank away this season, had tremendous success offensively. It is a wake-up call for Dallas, which also wants to see Dak Prescott be more effective on Sunday. Against the Cardinals, Prescott went 25/40 for 249 passing yards and a touchdown with an interception. Still, Dallas’ offense will look to rely heavily on its rushing attack, with Tony Pollard leading the team on the ground. Pollard is fifth in the league with 264 rushing yards.
El Jefe’s Prediction on New England Patriots vs Dallas Cowboys
The Patriots’ defense finds a way to slow down the Cowboys to help New England score a cover, at least.
The Cowboys win, 23-19.
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