Cowboys vs. Saints: Time, Channel & Line
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Cowboys vs. Saints: Time, Channel & Line

The Saints are a threat as long as #9 is healthy (Getty).

Drew Brees and the Saints hope he doesn’t miss more than one contest this season. (Getty)

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Drew Brees is throwing football at practice again. And that is a very good thing for winless New Orleans Saints.

Brees will test the arm leading up to Sunday night’s game against the Cowboys, but still remains optimistic he can suit up and guide New Orleans to a win.

Dallas, meanwhile, has their own quarterback concerns. Tony Romo will miss at least six more games with his collarbone injury. That sets the stage for Brandon Weedon to lead the Dallas offense to a much-needed win on the road.

Here’s what you need to know before kickoff:


The Basics

With Dez Bryant injured, Terrance Williams should be in line for more targets. (Getty)

Terrance Williams and the Cowboys can put up a big W in the Superdome, but they’ll have to do it without Tony Romo once more. (Getty)

Who

Houston Texans vs. Atlanta Falcons

Where

Superdome, New Orleans, LA

Date

Sunday, Oct. 4

Time

8:15 p.m. Eastern

Channel

The game will be shown on NBC as part of their Sunday Night Football broadcast. Click here for a nationwide coverage map for Week 3.

Line

Saints -7

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