The New England Patriots will take their 4-0 record on the road today as they travel to Dallas and a first time visit to the house that Jerry built.

It is the first time the Pats have traveled to Dallas since 2007 and their first meeting since 2011 when the Patriots beat the Cowboys 20-16 at Gillette Stadium. Dallas leads the all-time series 7-4 and are 4-1 in games played in Dallas.

Tom Brady has had great success against the Cowboys posting a 3-0 record and the team is even more impressive against NFC teams since realignment in 2002 where they have gone 42-10. The month of October has also been kind the Patriots who have put together a record of 45-16 in games played in this month over the last 15 years.

The Cowboys are clearly shorthanded with quarterback Tony Romo and wide receiver Dez Bryant both out with injuries. This means Dallas will likely try to run the ball behind their offensive line which is considered one of the best in the league. This could provide a great opportunity for Akiem Hicks, a defensive lineman that Pats traded for during the bye week from New Orleans.

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