The Oakland Raiders host the Dallas Cowboys on "Sunday Night Football" in Week 15. The Cowboys opened as 1.5-point favorites, but the line has since moved up to -3. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 46, up one from the opener.
Before you make any picks or bets on "Sunday Night Football," you need to see what SportsLine football insider Emory Hunt has to say.
Last Sunday, Hunt was all over Dallas to cover 4.5 points on the road against the highly motivated Giants in a game many thought New York could win outright. The result: Cowboys 30, Giants 10. Anyone who followed Hunt's advice didn't even break a sweat.
Amazingly, that win helped improve Hunt's record to 12-5 picking for or against Big D. Anyone who has followed his picks is up big.
Part of his success: He's a former running back and football coach who has been supplying analysis on the game for the past decade. He has a knack for analyzing lines and exploiting matchups. And he loves targeting high-profile NFL games.
Now, he has analyzed "Sunday Night Football" from every possible angle and locked in a strong pick. You can only see it over at SportsLine.
Hunt knows the Cowboys' defense looked like a brand new group with linebacker Sean Lee back in the fold last Sunday. They were able to stop the run and shut down the Giants' passing game.
With Lee healthy, the Giants' ground game averaged 3.5 yards per carry and was shut out of the end zone. New York's leading receiver, tight end Evan Engram, had just 54 yards.
Dallas' rushing attack has also come alive in recent weeks. Alfred Morris and Rod Smith are filling in admirably for the suspended Ezekiel Elliott. Morris has rushed for almost 200 yards the past two weeks, while Smith posted a 5-113-1 receiving line against New York.
SportsLine's advanced projection model is calling for Morris and Smith to keep rolling and combine for over 100 yards rushing on Sunday Night Football.
And Cowboys QB Dak Prescott broke out last week, throwing for a season-high 332 yard and three touchdowns. Now, he has a date with Oakland's 25th-ranked pass defense.
But just because the Cowboys have gelled doesn't mean they cover a field-goal spread, especially on the road in prime time.