While the Cowboys (8-3) are heavy favorites over the spiraling Colts (4-7), I wouldn't say this game is a walk in the park for the Boys.
Despite the once-hyped Colts, who people envisioned as a “sleeper” team in the AFC, the team still has some talented players who can hurt the Boys.
Most notably, RB Jonathan Taylor.
Plus, we have seen the Cowboys go into games that people prematurely label as easy wins for them — and they show up flat.
(I'm guilty of calling premature wins. Sorry, everyone.)
With all that in mind, check out how you can watch and listen to this SNF matchup below.
Also, enjoy my amateur fantasy advice for this game. (My best record that I have in fantasy right now is 8-4. So, I guess I'm good at this fantasy thing.)
Date: Sunday, Dec. 4 | Time: 7:20 p.m. CT
Location: AT&T Stadium | Arlington, Texas
TV: NBC | Stream: NFL+ & FuboTV
Broadcasters: Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, and Melissa Stark
Radio: KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan in Dallas/Fort Worth
Caesars Sportsbook: Line: DAL -10.5 | O/U: 44.5
ESPN Matchup Predictor: DAL: 88% | IND: 11.9%
My odds (I'm not liable if you lose bets): DAL TO THE MOON, COLTS ARE NOT WINNING.
After picking up two huge victories over formidable opponents, the Cowboys are one of the hottest teams in the league right now. Since Prescott's return, the Boys have a high-powered offense with him in the lineup, and you can make a case that they're “matchup-proof.”
(If Odell comes, the offense will be even more lethal.)
But on Sunday night, anyone across the board on the elite Cowboys offense should be a play. According to Lineups.com, the Colts allow an average of 20.6 FP to RBs, 25.2 FP to WRs, and 16.2 FP to QBs in the PPR format.
Play them. Also, Gallup and Schultz are sleepers for me this week.
Are breakout games incoming? I think, yes.
Indianapolis Colts: RB Jonathan Taylor and WR Michael Pittman
Looking at the Colts fantasy-wise, Taylor and Pittman are the only two guys that will give you fantasy production. You're crazy if you are trusting QB Matt Ryan and wideouts Parris Campbell and Alec Pierce are possible sneaky plays — but play them at your own risk.
Despite the tenacious defense that the Cowboys have, those two players are bound to get their touches.
However, if things get ugly quickly, expect the Colts to go pass-heavy. Besides that, play those two and call it a day.