The Dallas Cowboys, who were ranked as the highest scoring team in the NFL last season, will be playing for their fourth title in five seasons.
The team has gone to three straight NFC Championship games in the past six seasons, winning the Super Bowl in 2016 and the divisional round in 2017.
The Cowboys have the NFL’s most elite quarterback and a slew of elite wide receivers, including Dez Bryant, who was voted the league’s MVP in 2017 after leading the league in receiving yards.
Here’s how each player stacks up against the league leaders.
Quarterback Dak Prescott (19) and wide receiver Dwayne Harris (8) have been among the NFL leaders in receptions (3,912), yards (1,079) and touchdowns (22) since their rookie season.
Wide receiver Dez Williams (21) has caught 60 touchdown passes and five interceptions in four seasons with the Cowboys.
Quartetback Dak Stafford (22), a former No. 1 overall pick, has completed 66.4 percent of his passes with at least five touchdowns this season and is averaging a league-best 6.9 yards per attempt.
He has a career completion percentage of 73.8 percent and has thrown a touchdown on 25.7 percent of those attempts.
Safety Dashon Goldson (7), defensive tackle David Irving (7) and cornerback Byron Jones (7.5) have led the Cowboys in interceptions (four) and sacks (10) this season.
Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (15) has five touchdowns and six interceptions this season, along with a career-high five interceptions.
Safety Byron Jones is tied for second on the team with nine tackles for loss and five pass breakups.
Cornerback Byron Jones has four interceptions this year.
Safety J.J. Wilcox (6) has 10 tackles this season with a forced fumble and two pass break-ups.
Safety Jerrell Freeman (3.5), cornerback Morris Claiborne (5.5, three interceptions) and safety Darian Stewart (3) have made 11 starts and played a combined 13 games this season for the Cowboys, which has been their longest winning streak since the 2013 season.
Defensive tackle DeMarcus Lawrence (4.5 sacks) and outside linebacker Darnell Dockett (5 sacks, four forced fumbles) are the only Cowboys to have started at least 10 games.
Safety Eric Berry (5) and defensive end Jonathan Jones (4) are tied for the team lead in interceptions.
Safety Barry Church (3), cornerback Byron Moore (3 sacks)and linebacker Josh Brent (2) have each had five starts.
Linebacker Brian Cushing (2.5.
sacks) is the team leader in tackles and has 11 tackles this year, along to 12 pass break ups and two interceptions.
Linebacker Brandon Carr (4), linebacker D.
J Hunter (3 and 2.5 tackles) and tight end Zach Miller (2 sacks) are all playing well.
Defender Josh Brent has 12 tackles this week, including one for a loss.
Safety Dashon Butler (3½) has been the team’s leader in interceptions this week.
Defenders Anthony Hitchens (1½ sacks) has played well and linebacker Justin Durant (2½) is starting to get some looks at corner.
Safety Landon Collins (4½) and linebacker Kyle Wilber (3 ½) are also playing well for the defense.
Safety Josh Mauga (2), cornerback Jalen Ramsey (2 and 2½)and cornerback Justin Gilbert (2¼) have all been playing well this week for the safeties.
Defenses have started to step up with a number of changes this season: Defensive end Dontari Poe has missed most of the season due to a hamstring injury, cornerback Morris DeBerry has been sidelined with a knee injury, linebacker Brandon Browner has missed time with a concussion and safety Kenny Vaccaro (2 ½) has missed his third consecutive game with a foot injury.
The Dallas Cowboys are coming off a bye week after their Week 9 loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Here is a look at how the Cowboys fared on offense.
Quarters (3:06)Lions at ColtsThis is a prime opportunity for both the Lions and Colts to find out if they are in the playoff hunt, with two teams coming off bye weeks, one coming off two straight wins.
The Colts, coming off back-to-back wins, are in their first game of the year, while the Lions have only played five games in 2017 so far.
They were 3-1 last season and have the best record in the AFC at 5-1.
The Lions will try to bounce back from their first loss of the 2018 season to the Chicago Bears, when they lost 30-27.
They had five touchdowns to three interceptions in that game.
The Colts will have a chance to get back on track with a win against the Indianapolis Colts in the final game of a three-game road trip that includes a