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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/22/2020Line$ LineOU LineScore




DALLAS (2 - 7) at MINNESOTA (4 - 5)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/22/2020 4:25 PM
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DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-7-5.81-84-522.711.7395.0(5.6)
Road Games0-4-4.20-41-315.010.3327.3(4.9)1.526.516.3363.3(5.7)1.5
Last 3 Games0-3-3.11-20-310.38.3257.0(4)1.724.012.7324.7(5.4)1.3
Dome Games0-000-00-0000(0)0000(0)0
DALLAS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)22.711.725.128:2427-110(4)28-4363.6%285(6.6)71-395(5.6)(17.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.312.921.930:0626-109(4.2)24-3665.8%247(6.8)62-356(5.7)(14.7)
Offense Road Games15.010.321.027:0427-103(3.8)24-4059.5%224(5.7)67-327(4.9)(21.8)
Defense (All Games)32.219.422.431:3632-157(5)20-3361.9%225(6.9)64-382(5.9)(11.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.312.622.330:1427-123(4.5)23-3665.4%239(6.7)63-362(5.8)(14.3)
Defense Road Games26.516.321.332:5633-149(4.6)20-3162.9%214(6.9)64-363(5.7)(13.7)
DALLAS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-648.3%1-145.5%2-36(20.4)1-4(5.3)5-39
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.51.4 13-542.6%1-156.8%2-39(21)12-2(7.7)6-47
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-649.1%2-033.3%2-26(17.5)1-6(6.2)4-30

MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-0.66-36-326.211.2382.3(6.7)1.627.411.3383.6(5.9)1.2
Home Games1-3-2.82-24-030.311.8424.5(8.1)1.833.515.3462.3(6.2)1.3
Last 3 Games3-0+3.93-02-127.013.7398.7(7)0.718.310.0323.3(5.2)2.0
Dome Games1-4-3.82-34-126.410.0374.6(7.4)2.032.415.2440.6(6.1)1.2
MINNESOTA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.61222.630:5627-117(4.4)24-3666.6%256(7.1)63-373(6)(14.5)
Offense Home Games30.311.822.023:3426-167(6.5)18-2766.7%258(9.5)52-424(8.1)(14)
Defense (All Games)27.411.322.731:3728-116(4.1)24-3666.5%268(7.4)65-384(5.9)(14)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.813.82230:2126-110(4.2)24-3666.7%261(7.3)62-372(6)(13.9)
Defense Home Games33.515.327.036:2633-130(4)29-4269.9%332(8)74-462(6.2)(13.8)
MINNESOTA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-435.2%2-166.7%2-44(24.5)2-22(10.3)5-44
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.70.30.9 12-541.8%1-159.7%2-45(22.3)11-1(8.6)6-50
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-645.3%2-183.3%2-30(17)2-18(9.2)4-42
Average power rating of opponents played: DALLAS 19.8,  MINNESOTA 21.4
DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/27/2020@ SEATTLE31-38L5.5L57O21-6137-57-461326-11727-40-2951
10/11/2020NY GIANTS37-34W-7.5L51.5O29-12624-33-276227-8920-33-2111
10/25/2020@ WASHINGTON3-25L0L44.5U26-8311-22-59139-20815-25-1890
11/1/2020@ PHILADELPHIA9-23L10L43.5U35-13321-40-132226-11916-28-1034
11/22/2020@ MINNESOTA            
12/3/2020@ BALTIMORE            
12/13/2020@ CINCINNATI            
12/20/2020SAN FRANCISCO            

MINNESOTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/4/2020@ HOUSTON31-23W3W53O40-16216-22-248026-9620-33-2901
10/11/2020@ SEATTLE26-27L6.5W54U41-20127-39-248216-12420-32-1901
11/1/2020@ GREEN BAY28-22W6W48O34-17311-14-151024-10927-41-2911
11/16/2020@ CHICAGO19-13W-3W44U33-9925-36-286217-4116-31-1082
12/13/2020@ TAMPA BAY            
Cowboys-Vikings Preview

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Vikings stumbled into their bye with a 1-5 record, their previously fierce home-field advantage vanished as they faced a low-water mark of four games under the .500 mark for the first time in coach Mike Zimmer's seven seasons.

There was no locker room rant, though, from a leader who's known by his bluntness. Zimmer simply expressed trust in the players that they could initiate a turnaround, a belief backed up by the front office when only one trade - sending recently acquired defensive end Yannick Ngakoue to Baltimore - was made before the deadline.

''He just kind of turned to the team. It was time to step up. Tired of losing like that, in that fashion,'' linebacker Eric Kendricks said. ''We knew what kind of players we had. We knew how close we were getting at times. We just weren't finishing.''

Less than a month later, the Vikings (4-5) have a legitimate path to the playoffs if they can maintain this post-bye momentum. That's what Zimmer envisioned with the right alterations to the game plans and the right approach to the process.

''His message was kind of brief. It was `stick together,''' running back Dalvin Cook said. ''I think that took us farther than he thinks.''

The Vikings host Dallas (2-7) on Sunday afternoon, their first of three straight home games against losing teams. U.S. Bank Stadium will empty for the remainder of the season, due to continued COVID-19 prevention protocols, but as the Vikings showed in beating NFC North foes Green Bay, Detroit and Chicago over the past three weeks they're capable of generating their own edge.

''The biggest thing is playing with emotion and energy,'' Zimmer said. ''That seems to be a continuing factor. We're playing with a lot of young guys, so sometimes it's like they get out for recess and they're all excited.''

Here are some key angles to the game:


The Cowboys, who have lost four straight games, will be aiming for a similar bounce after their bye. Though quarterback Dak Prescott is done for the season with a broken ankle, his top backup Andy Dalton is on track to return on Sunday after first-time starters were used in the previous two games. What's more, the woebegone NFC East remains eminently winnable. First-place Philadelphia has only one more win and two fewer losses than Dallas.

''We understand what we've gone through in the early weeks. It was not pretty,'' coach Mike McCarthy said. ''But I'm hopeful and confident we've learned from it because we're going to need it.''

He emphasized the standings in meeting with the team this week.

''It's obvious the state of our division,'' he said.


After allowing a franchise-record 307 rushing yards against Cleveland on Oct. 4, the Cowboys must contend with the NFL's leading rusher in Cook. The Browns are led by first-year coach Kevin Stefanski, who was Minnesota's offensive coordinator in 2019 and employs the same outside-zone run schemes as the Vikings. Dallas had its best game defending the run in its most recent outing two weeks ago against Pittsburgh, allowing just 46 yards.

''I feel like we're a different team. We're playing totally different, energy is totally different, and this will not be a repeat of the Browns game,'' defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence said. ''I feel like our feet are underneath us. We're starting to play with more of a football IQ.''


Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott, the two-time NFL rushing champion, still doesn't have a 100-yard game this year. He's had seven 100-yard performances in each of his previous three full seasons, so he'd have to run the table to match that.

''My frustration is that we're 2-7, not that I haven't had a 100-yard game,'' said Elliott, who is 11th in the league with 572 yards, well behind Cook's 954 yards. ''We're just trying to come together as a team and find a way to win a football game.''


CeeDee Lamb, the 17th overall pick, has given the Cowboys a dangerous trio of wide receivers with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. Five slots after Lamb, the Vikings made Jefferson the fifth wide receiver taken off the deep board. He's on pace to break the franchise rookie season records for receptions and receiving yards set by Randy Moss in 1998.

''To be drafted fifth off the board and pretty much be the top rookie receiver right now, it means a lot,'' Jefferson said. ''That's exactly what I said I was planning to do before the season started and when I was drafted, so I'm just trying to back up my words and just keep going out there and playing my best ball.''


Dallas rookie cornerback Trevon Diggs - the younger brother of former Minnesota and current Buffalo receiver Stefon Diggs - will be sidelined for at least three games after going on injured reserve with a broken foot. Cornerback Chidobe Awuzie is expected to return, though, after missing seven games with a hamstring injury. Jourdan Lewis and Anthony Brown were the only other cornerbacks to get snaps against the Steelers.


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