Watch Browns vs Cowboys Live: The Dallas Cowboys will take on the Cleveland Browns at 1 p.m. ET Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Cleveland will be strutting in after a win while the Cowboys will be stumbling in from a loss.
Dallas came up short against the Seattle Seahawks last week, falling 38-31. Dallas’ defeat came about despite a quality game from WR Ced Wilson, who caught five passes for two TDs and 107 yards.
The Dallas defensive unit accumulated four sacks for a loss of 20 yards. Leading the way was DE Aldon Smith and his three sacks. Smith now has four sacks.
Cleveland’s defense was a force to be reckoned with, as it collected three interceptions and two fumbles. Those interceptions were spread across their defensive unit.
Dallas is the favorite in this one, with an expected 4-point margin of victory. But bettors beware: they are 0-2 against the spread when favored.
The Cowboys are now 1-2 while the Browns sit at a mirror-image 2-1. A pair of offensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: Dallas enters the game with 490.7 yards per game on average, which is the best in the league. Less enviably, Cleveland is worst in the NFL in passing yards per game, with only 188 on average.
How To Watch
When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
Where: AT&T Stadium — Arlington, Texas
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