NFL Week 15 Schedule: Matchups and predictions for the Eagles divisional rivals

  • The Cowboys lead the NFC East (for now).
  • The Eagles are struggling.
  • The Giants love their Paisano.
  • The Commanders are 'quiet quitting'.

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The Buffalo Bills vs. the Dallas Cowboys

This is probably going to be the best game of the weekend, but it’d be great if it wasn’t. We need the Bills to expose the Cowboys in a violent way, and there’s a legitimate chance that exact thing could happen. 

The Cowboys have only won THREE away games this year: Week 1 in New York, Week 6 in Los Angeles, and Week 11 in Carolina. Those teams have a combined record of 11-29.

The Cowboys don't play the same when they are the visiting team. On the other side of that, the Bills are much better than their 7-6 record shows. They have a 5-2 record at home this year.

Now, Buffalo’s forecast on Sunday isn’t what you would think (or hope for) for a mid-December afternoon. It looks like it’s going to be somewhere in the mid-40s, but maybe that won’t matter.

Two of the Cowboys' three losses were in Arizona and San Francisco. As you know, those are two places that have famously good weather. 

Prediction: Bills -2.5

The Bills have been playing well, despite their coaching. Since they changed their offensive coordinator after their Week 10 loss to the Denver Broncos, things have seemed much more cohesive.

They’re running the ball effectively. They’re scoring a good amount of points. You'll win a lot of games in this league if that happens.

Yeah, Allen is going to throw an interception or two, but we’re just hoping those don’t get returned for touchdowns. He shouldn't be shocked from throwing those picks. He’s used to doing so, so he’ll get right back on track right after they happen. 

It seems dumb to doubt Dallas and that’s because it is, but this is the week to do it if you’re going to. They’ve been on fire. The Bills' defense barks louder than it bites, but at some point, the Cowboys have to Cowboy.

We expect they’re going to drop an important game in December. this would be a nice time to do so. It would also be helpful for everyone (except for them)

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