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Seahawks vs. Cowboys Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Odds Week 13

Moneyline: Seattle Seahawks +350, Dallas Cowboys -450
Spread: Seahawks +8.5 (-110), Cowboys -8.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 13 – Game Info - Seahawks at Cowboys

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Seattle Seahawks (6-5) at Dallas Cowboys (8-3)
Date: Thursday Nov. 30
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Venue: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
TV Channel: Prime Video
Live Stream: FuboTV

The Dallas Cowboys are trying to keep pace with the first-place Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East, but they will need to be looking over their shoulder against another of their NFC playoff-race rivals on Thursday night.

The Cowboys currently hold the conference’s No. 5 playoff seed, which gives them sole ownership of the first wild-card spot. Seattle is also in playoff position at sixth in the conference, but the Seahawks risk losing that postseason berth with teams such as Minnesota, Green Bay, and the L.A. Rams chomping at their heels.

Seattle has a tough schedule down the stretch, but a win here against Dallas would give the Seahawks at least a little breathing room in terms of their playoff position. It would also bring them within one game of the Cowboys, which should make for an interesting prime-time matchup on Thursday Night Football.

Seahawks vs. Cowboys Preview

The Dallas Cowboys beat up on the Washington Commanders on Thanksgiving, but that game only really got out of control in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys had the lead throughout, and they put the Commanders away with three fourth-quarter touchdowns, including quarterback Dak Prescott’s third and fourth touchdown passes as well as a record-breaking fifth pick-six of the season by cornerback DaRon Bland.

That fourth quarter summed up where this Cowboys team is right now. Dallas can hurt just about any defense in football with its West Coast Offense, and the Cowboys’ defense is one of the best in the league across several statistical categories.

It all starts with Prescott. This year, Dallas’ QB is playing almost faultless football and looking more comfortable than ever. The switch from having former offensive coordinator Kellen Moore to head coach Mike McCarthy call the plays got off to a slow start, but 12 weeks into the season, Dallas’ offense is rolling, and Prescott looks as good as he ever has.

Prescott threw for 331 yards and four touchdowns against Washington, marking the third time this season that he has thrown four TD passes in a game. He has also only turned the ball over twice in his last six starts, silencing the narrative from previous years that focused on his issues with interceptions.

Prescott’s efficiency this year has been off the charts. He is completing 70 percent of his passes, which ties him with San Francisco’s Brock Purdy for first place among NFL starting quarterbacks. In terms of successful pass attempts, Prescott even ranks ahead of Miami’s Tua Tagovailoa.

Prescott is second in the NFL when it comes to passing touchdowns, as his 23 TDs are just one shy of Buffalo QB Josh Allen’s 24. He also ranks sixth in total passing yardage with just under 3,000 yards. He isn’t getting enough love from the media for the work he’s doing this season, but taking down a playoff caliber team in Seattle on Thursday would certainly help raise his 2023 profile.

Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb has had an unbelievable stretch as the key beneficiary of a high-powered Dallas offense, recording four straight 100-yard games between Week 6 against the Chargers and Week 10 against the Giants.

In the two weeks since that run, Lamb has warranted more attention from defenses, but the team has adjusted nicely by getting more use out of fellow receiver Brandin Cooks. The reliable veteran might not have managed the yardage expected of him this year, but his 173 yards and a touchdown against the Giants in Week 10 made for his best game of the season and showed what he can do for the Cowboys. Cooks scored again in Week 12, and he is proving to be a great option in one-on-one situations when Lamb can’t get open.

Thursday night’s game is crucial for Seattle, which is desperate to avoid a third straight loss against an NFC opponent. The Seahawks have now lost back-to-back games within their division, including their second loss of the year to the Rams two weeks ago and a Thanksgiving loss in the first of their two scheduled games against the 49ers. Those defeats did nothing to help Seattle in its bid for a wild-card playoff spot, and the Rams are now hot on their tail heading into Week 13.

If Seattle loses on Thursday and the Rams win on Sunday, then the Seahawks would be forced to surrender their current playoff spot based on the first tiebreaker (0-2 in head-to-head games against Los Angeles). A win over Dallas avoids that possibility, at least for another week.

This matchup with the Cowboys is the start of a tough three-game stretch for Seattle, which will host the 49ers on Dec. 10 and then visit the Philadelphia Eagles one week later. Losing all three of these upcoming games is a real concern, since doing so would knock the Seahawks out of the playoff picture and force them to climb a mountain over their final three games of the year.

One of the key storylines going into this game is the status of running back Kenneth Walker III, who was unable to play on Thanksgiving due to an oblique injury. He left a game against the Rams in Week 11, and the team is being very cautious when it comes to releasing any information about his return.

With Walker out, rookie Zach Charbonnet struggled as his replacement, albeit against a very strong 49ers front seven. It was the first time anyone had really seen Charbonnet in a primary rushing role, and his 14 carries for 47 yards left a lot to be desired. Walker has been a spark plug for this offense in 2023, but the rookie was unable to make much happen when filling in for him. In addition to his low rushing yardage total against San Francisco, Charbonnet caught four passes for only 11 yards

It has been well-documented how Seattle QB Geno Smith isn’t quite the same player he was last season. He has only thrown 12 touchdown passes through the season’s first 12 weeks while giving up eight interceptions. Smith is not close to his pace from a year ago, when he threw for more than 4,200 yards and had 30 TDs on his way to earning a big contract. Without Smith repeating his 2022 performance, this Seahawks offense has often looked a little stale.

Getting the offense rolling will be really important for Seattle, and the Seahawks will need wide receivers DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba to be involved early and win their battles against the defensive backs who make up an impressive Cowboys secondary.

Seahawks vs Cowboys Predictions and Pick

Dallas boasts the highest-scoring offense in football right now – putting up 31.5 points per game -- and I wonder if Seattle will be able to keep pace.

Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith and the Seattle offense have struggled at times, and putting together extended drives has been an issue for them all year. If running back Kenneth Walker is indeed out for the game, which is a real possibility, Seattle could be battling even further uphill on Thursday night.

The Cowboys’ defense allows just 167 passing yards per game, second only to Cleveland this year, and their takeaways have been a highlight all season.

DaRon Bland broke an NFL record last week with his fifth pick-six of the season, and Dallas is averaging 1.5 takeaways per game. Seattle is right behind the Cowboys with 1.4 forced turnovers of their own, so this is one battle that the Seahawks need to win if they plan to take down the Cowboys.

I think we will see another high-level performance from Dallas’ efficient offense with the Cowboys eventually pulling away for a double-digit margin of victory. Seattle’s offense can’t match the Cowboys’ output right now, so I’ll take Dallas to cover the 8.5-point spread.

The Pick: Dallas Cowboys -8.5 (-110)

I think we’ll see the over hit in this game. Seattle might not be able to keep up with the Cowboys, but the Seahawks can certainly score points. A 33-17 scoreline seems logical to me here, and if Dallas can get surge past 30 points, then the over should be a real possibility.

I like Seattle to score enough points to support the total, and I expect the Cowboys to score 30-plus points for the fourth straight game.

The Pick: Over 46.5 Points (-120)

Best NFL Player-Prop Bets Today for Seahawks vs Cowboys

Geno Smith

Seattle quarterback Geno Smith has been susceptible to turnovers this season, and while he’s cleaned them up a little in recent weeks, Dallas’ defense is one of the NFL’s best at baiting opposing QBs into making mistakes.

Smith likes to test the defense downfield, and he will throw a few deep shots DK Metcalf's way at some point in this game. Seattle will want to hit on a few chunk plays to keep pace with the Cowboys’ offense, and I think that mindset could lead to an interception during Thursday night's game.

At this point, nobody can safely bet against Dallas cornerback DaRon Bland popping up in a big moment, and I’m going to take Geno Smith to throw a pick in this one as one of my favorite Thursday night player props.

The Pick: Geno Smith Over 0.5 Interceptions (-146)

CeeDee Lamb

Seattle is allowing almost 230 passing yards per game this season, which puts the Seahawks in the NFL’s bottom 10 for that category. Seahawks rookie defensive back Devon Witherspoon has looked good in coverage, taking most of his snaps this year as the team's slot corner.

Lamb plays 60 percent of his reps out of the slot, too, which means a very interesting matchup is in the cards for Thursday night.

Lamb has been kept quieter than usual over the past two games, but a home game on prime-time TV should be a different story. I expect to see him show out once again on Thursday. Witherspoon will likely be assigned to him for most of the game, and while he’s a fast, sticky corner in man-coverage, Lamb is one of the league's best.

The Pick: Ceedee Lamb Over 84.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Seahawks vs Cowboys Week 13: 4-Leg Parlay Pick (+500)

Total Points

Leg 1: Over 46.5 Points (-120)

Spread Bet

Leg 2: Dallas Cowboys -8.5 (-110)

Receiving Yards

Leg 3: Ceedee Lamb 80+ Receiving Yards (-145)

Anytime Touchdown Scorer

Leg 4: Ceedee Lamb Anytime Touchdown Scorer (-140)

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