Why streaking Cowboys are looking at Saints game on Thursday as a measuring stick (1 Viewer)

By Clarence E. Hill Jr. | Star Telegram (Dallas)

No one outside their own locker room saw the Dallas Cowboys winning three-straight games and sitting in a first-place tie atop the NFC East when they were seemingly left for dead at 3-5 following a devastating 28-14 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Nov. 5.

So they don’t expect anyone to give them any chance Thursday against the New Orleans Saints (10-1), who are considered the best team in the NFL while riding their own 10-game winning streak.

The Cowboys have a healthy respect for the Saints.

It’s a game owner Jerry Jones has already called the Cowboys’ quote-unquote ‘Super Bowl’.

That may be a little much with five games left to go in the regular season.

But it is a measure stick game for the Cowboys to see where they stand against the league’s best in their quest to win the division, make the playoffs and possibly give themselves a chance to get on a run to the Super Bowl. ...

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