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New Orleans Saints tight end Dan Arnold (85) is hit by Dallas Cowboys strong safety Jeff Heath (38) after a catch in the first half of an NFL football game, in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)


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The New Orleans Saints look to add on to their winning streak Thursday when they travel to Arlington, Texas to take on the Dallas Cowboys in a marque Thursday Night Football matchup.

The Saints have won 10 straight games and are nearing the franchise's longest streak under coach Sean Payton.

A win at Jerry World could help the Saints clinch a playoff spot and, potentially, the NFC South division title, but it won't come easy as they face a Cowboys defense that's near the top of the league.

Dallas is also on a streak of its own, winning its past three matchups to take the lead of the NFC East.

How will the game unfold? Here's a rundown of how to watch or follow the game, plus expert predictions and key storylines.


-- Who: New Orleans Saints (10-1) at Dallas Cowboys (6-5)

-- When: 7:20 p.m.

-- Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas


-- WVUE-TV (FOX 8) in New Orleans

-- WGMB-TV (FOX 44) in Baton Rouge

-- NFL Network

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-- Via NFL Game Pass (click here to learn more.)

-- Amazon Prime Video


-- WWL 870 AM/105.3 FM (New Orleans)

-- WDGL 98.1 FM (Baton Rouge)

-- KMDL 97.3 FM (Lafayette)

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-- As Saints approach longest win streak under Payton, they don't want to get caught up in the hoopla

-- Drew Brees ready to return home to Texas, take on childhood-favorite Dallas Cowboys this week

-- Saints' SMU connection makes return to old Dallas stomping grounds Thursday night

-- Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says team should treat Saints game like Super Bowl

-- Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence goes on expletive-laden rant about Saints ahead of game

-- Saints vs. Cowboys first look: Scouting Dallas on offense, defense, special teams

-- Saints get another stiff test with Cowboys' RB Ezekiel Elliott, NFL's leading rusher

-- Saints hoping to slow down Cowboys' receiver Amari Cooper; Maulet calls return home a 'blessing'

-- What Michael Thomas is doing this season for Saints is not normal; Here's numbers to prove it

-- Saints TE Dan Arnold is becoming another player defenses have to worry about

-- How Saints WR Keith Kirkwood went from basketball star to NFL rookie


Nick Underhill

Saints 34, Cowboys 17

The Cowboys are playing good football. They’re strong on defense, and the offense has looked better the last few weeks. The run defense will be put to the test. But it just feels like New Orleans is rolling over everything that comes in its path.

Rod Walker

Saints 31, Cowboys 21

The Saints are coming off a dominant defensive performance, holding Atlanta to just 26 yards on the ground. Now they must try to keep the NFL's leading rusher, Ezekiel Elliott in check. Here's guessing the defense is up to the challenge and Drew Brees has a big day in return to home state.

Scott Rabalais

Saints 30, Cowboys 23

The NFL’s top point per game differential (plus-14) demonstrates how well the Saints have played during their 10-game winning streak. The Cowboys have been salty of late, but the Saints skill and physicality will wear down Dallas as New Orleans sweeps the NFC (L)East.

Nathan Brown

Saints 34, Cowboys 28

The Saints run defense will be up to its toughest task yet, but even if they struggle there, New Orleans has proven they can win shootouts.