Cowboys-Saints Has Biggest Thursday Night Football Rating In History

Cowboys-Saints Has Biggest Thursday Night Football Rating In History

Cowboys-Saints Has Biggest Thursday Night Football Rating In History

Even if the Rams were to win all five of their remaining games, none of that would matter for the No. 1 seed if the Saints didn't suffer another loss since both teams entered Week 13 with the same 10-1 record.

Despite the fact they don't have to play until Monday night, the Philadelphia Eagles were focused on Thursday's game involving the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints when seeing how it could impact the NFC East.

They did so with confidence from their accumulated success this season.


Alvin Kamara #41 of the New Orleans Saints carries the ball in the second quarter of the NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Minnesota Viking on January 14, 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Saints right now are on a roll due to their unstoppable offense. And what could have been a momentum-swinging score, instead because a significant stop for Dallas in its 13-10 victory. Starting quarterback Drew Brees is doing a terrific job leading the offense and is set to break a handful of National Football League records. The third-year pro led a almost seven-minute drive in the fourth quarter before his fumble with the Cowboys in position for a field goal.

Trailing by three points, the Saints (10-2) had a chance to drive for the tying field goal after defensive end Cam Jordan stripped Prescott on a sack with 2:35 left at the New Orleans 15.

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