The Cowboys used a balanced attack between the offense, defense and special teams to dispatch the reeling Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon, scoring two defensive touchdowns in the win. The Cowboys are just 1.5 games behind the NFC East-leading New York Giants, and could jump closer to the division lead with a win over the Browns.
This will be Cleveland's first trip to Cowboys Stadium, with the Browns 2-2 over the team's past four games. Coming off a bye week, the Browns lost a tough game to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 9, 25-15, after Cleveland had taken a lead midway through the fourth quarter.
Rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has struggled at times in his first season in the NFL, likely contributing to the Cowboys being favored by eight points at home. The Browns possess one of the NFL's worst defenses, while the Cowboys have the No. 6 passing attack and a top-ten pass defense.
The line for the game is set at 44 points. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET, with coverage on CBS.