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The Dallas Cowboys (8-3) match up against the Indianapolis Colts (4-7-1) at AT&T Stadium on Sunday, December 4, 2022.
The Colts are expected to lose by double digits (currently +11) against the Cowboys (with an over/under of 43.5 points).
Game Info, Betting Lines for Dallas Cowboys vs. Indianapolis Colts
- Game Day: Sunday, December 4, 2022
- Game Time: 8:20 PM ET
- TV Channel: NBC
- Location: Arlington, Texas
- Stadium: AT&T Stadium
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Betting Insights for Cowboys
- The Cowboys have posted a 7-4-0 record against the spread this season.
- The Cowboys have gone over in five of its 11 games with a set total (45.5%).
Stats & Insights for Cowboys
- The Cowboys are totaling 353.3 yards per game on offense, which ranks them 13th in the NFL. On defense, they rank seventh, allowing 309.6 yards per game.
- On the defensive side of the ball, the Cowboys have been a top-five unit, ranking second-best by surrendering only 17 points per game. They rank seventh on offense (25.4 points per game).
- The Cowboys rank 21st in passing yards this season (214.1 per game), but they’ve been shining on the defensive side of the ball, ranking best in the NFL with 177.7 passing yards allowed per game.
- The Cowboys are averaging 139.2 rushing yards per game on offense this year (seventh in NFL), and they are allowing 131.9 rushing yards per game (24th) on the other side of the ball.
- The Cowboys have the eighth-ranked offense this season in terms of third-down efficiency (43.3% percentage), and they’ve been better defensively, ranking fifth-best with a 34% third-down conversion rate allowed.
- The Cowboys are giving up 5.3 yards per play on the defensive side of the ball (sixth in the NFL), while gaining 5.7 per play (15th in the league) on offense this season.
- The Cowboys have forced 16 total turnovers (seventh in NFL) this season and have turned it over 11 times (fourth in NFL) for a turnover margin of +5, the fourth-best in the league.
Cowboys’ Best Players
- Dak Prescott: 1,393 PASS YDS / 232.2 YPG / 68.1% / 10 TD / 6 INT / 19 CAR / 71 RUSH YDS / 1 TD
- Tony Pollard: 136 CAR / 761 YDS / 69.2 YPG / 6 TD / 23 REC / 244 YDS / 22.2 YPG / 2 TD
- Ezekiel Elliott: 140 CAR / 577 YDS / 64.1 YPG / 7 TD / 8 REC / 40 YDS / 4.4 YPG / 0 TD
- CeeDee Lamb: 64 REC / 857 YDS / 77.9 YPG / 5 TD
- Noah Brown: 28 REC / 384 YDS / 38.4 YPG / 1 TD
- Dalton Schultz: 33 REC / 310 YDS / 34.4 YPG / 3 TD
- Micah Parsons: 50 TKL / 13 TFL / 12 SACK / 2 PD
- Leighton Vander Esch: 75 TKL / 3 TFL / 1 SACK / 1 PD
- Trevon Diggs: 43 TKL / 3 INT / 13 PD
Betting Insights for Colts
- The Colts’ ATS record is 5-7-0 this year.
- Colts games have hit the over in three out of 12 opportunities (25%).
Stats & Insights for Colts
- The Colts rank 26th with 318.8 total yards per contest on offense, and they rank sixth with 308.9 total yards surrendered per contest on defense.
- The Colts’ offense has been a bottom-five unit this season, putting up 15.8 points per game, which ranks third-worst in the NFL. Defensively, they rank 11th with 20.3 points allowed per contest.
- The Colts’ pass defense has been leading the way for the team, as they rank fifth-best in the NFL with 190.6 passing yards surrendered per contest. In terms of offense, they are compiling 219.1 passing yards per game, which ranks 18th.
- The Colts rank 25th in the NFL with 99.7 rushing yards per game on offense, and they rank 17th with 118.3 rushing yards surrendered per contest on defense.
- The Colts rank fifth-worst in third-down conversion percentage (36%), but they’ve been better on the other side of the ball, ranking sixth in the NFL with a 35.7% third-down rate allowed.
- The Colts rank 25th in the NFL with 5.3 yards per play, but they’ve been led by their defense, which ranks third-best by allowing just 5.2 yards per play.
- The Colts have forced 11 turnovers this season and have turned the ball over 21 times, resulting in a -10 turnover margin that is second-worst in the NFL.
Best Players for Colts
- Matt Ryan: 2,642 PASS YDS / 264.2 YPG / 68.8% / 11 TD / 10 INT
- Jonathan Taylor: 171 CAR / 779 YDS / 86.6 YPG / 4 TD / 24 REC / 109 YDS / 12.1 YPG / 0 TD
- Deon Jackson: 42 CAR / 130 YDS / 11.8 YPG / 1 TD / 20 REC / 124 YDS / 11.3 YPG / 0 TD
- Michael Pittman Jr.: 74 REC / 739 YDS / 67.2 YPG / 2 TD
- Parris Campbell: 46 REC / 454 YDS / 37.8 YPG / 3 TD
- Alec Pierce: 28 REC / 424 YDS / 38.5 YPG / 1 TD
- Yannick Ngakoue: 25 TKL / 6 TFL / 8.5 SACK
- Zaire Franklin: 120 TKL / 8 TFL / 1 SACK / 3 PD
- Rodney Thomas II: 28 TKL / 1 INT / 2 PD