Cowboys Say They Aren’t Scared Of Saints, New Orleans Will Have To Match Their Intensity

From what looked alike another let down season to being in the race for the division crown in the NFC East, the Cowboys will have to get past arguably the best team in the NFL to keep their momentum rolling.

Looking to win their third straight, Dallas welcomes the Saints to town, who themselves are in hopes of keeping their win-streak alive at 11 games.

Despite the prospect of Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas and Drew Brees (who’s on pace of one of the greatest seasons ever for a quarterback in NFL history) coming into AT&T Stadium Thursday night, the Cowboys have made it known they are scared.

“We have all the confidence in ourselves,” Cowboys QB Dak Prescott said Monday. “We’re not going out there and getting awed by another team. They put on their pants the same way we do. They’ve won 10. I guess we’ve won three [in a row]. We’re going to take it one game at a time. That’s all that matters.”

Defensive end Demarcus Lawrence also got in on the action, speaking his mind on the mentality of his team looking towards the game.