Entering Week 13, the Saints 10-1 are sitting gladly atop the NFC South while the Cowboys 6-5 are holding onto 1st in the NFC East by a thread. The Cowboys have won 3rd in a row but need a win to maintain control of the division. It will be a tough task as they face an uphill battle against a Saints team that ranks first in the NFL with 37.2 points per game and has not lost since Week 1. Their 10 games winning streak is the longest in Saints since they went 13-0 in 2009. That streak, coincidentally, was ended by the Cowboys. QB Drew Brees is having an MVP season with a 76.4 completion percentage (first in the NFL), 29 touchdowns and two interceptions. Last week he only threw for 171 yards but he, of course, had four touchdowns in the Saints' 31-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Dallas will have a tough time keeping him off the board as he has entered Thursday with four consecutive games throwing three or more touchdowns and a 100 plus passer rating. His main target is Michael Thomas who has 1,080 yards, 86 catches and eight touchdowns.