Saints vs. Cowboys Sunday Night Football Predictions

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Make your three best predictions about the Saints vs. Cowboys Sunday Night Football showdown this Sunday, November 10th, against other CSC members for a chance to win nothing.

It's Cowboys Hate Week, as the Saints take the national stage on NBC's Sunday Night Football. And a primetime game means you better be bringing your primetime predictions to our contest.

By now you should all know what to do and how to do it, but just in case you don't, you can catch up on the rules of the game right here. As always, all are welcome to partake, including opposing fans. This is a great opportunity for those readers who have never signed up or commented to finally dip their toe in the water.

Before we get started, we must continue the tradition of acknowledging last week's winner and today that would be CSC member, '09, who crushed the competition and won outright. Here are the three predictions that earned him/her the win:

1. Saints have 66 or more offensive plays.
2. Saints have 20 or more 1st downs.
3. Saints have 350 or more yards of offense.

Good luck to everyone this week. Make 'em count!

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