The Dallas Cowboys are set to host the Minnesota Vikings on “Sunday Night Football” in arguably the best game of Week 10. It’s Sunday’s only matchup between a pair of teams that are currently in the playoffs.

Dallas has a half-game lead over the Philadelphia Eagles for first place in the NFC East. The Vikings are a half-game ahead of the Cowboys in the overall conference standings with a 6-3 record, but they trail the Green Bay Packers by a game in the NFC North.

The Cowboys ended Week 9 with a 37-18 victory over the New York Giants on “Monday Night Football.” The Vikings were defeated on a last-second field goal by the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9, ending their four-game winning streak.

In their second straight road game, Minnesota is a three-point underdog, according to the latest betting line at OddsShark. The over/under is 47.5.

Statistically, these are two of the best offenses in the NFL. Dallas leads the league in both yards per play and yards per game. The Cowboys are fifth with 28.4 points per game.

Minnesota ranks fourth in yards per play and eighth in yards per game. The Vikings are just outside of the top-10 in scoring offense.

Kirk Cousins was on the fringe of the MVP discussion before he completed just half of his passes for 220 yards in last week’s loss. He still has the league’s third-best passer rating.

There will be plenty of pressure on Cousins to perform in the national spotlight. The quarterback has developed a reputation for coming up short in primetime. Cousins was nearly perfect on “Thursday Night Football” in Week 8 when the Vikings beat the Washington Redskins 19-9 at home.

Cousins ranks first in yards per attempt among all quarterbacks that haven’t missed a start this season. Prescott is second, and he’s been even better at home. The Cowboys’ quarterback has a 107.4 passer rating with 10.0 yards per attempt in Dallas.

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Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys scrambles against the Los Angeles Rams in the first half of a game at AT&T Stadium on October 1, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The Cowboys are averaging 31.8 points in four games at AT&T Stadium this season. Including the playoffs, Dallas is 11-2 in their last 13 home games. Minnesota has won five of its last 13 road games.

The Vikings’ defense has surrendered 66 points in their last two road games. The unit ranks 10th in opponents’ yards per play, putting them two spots behind the Cowboys’ defense.

Dallas’ offense stalled during a three-game losing streak from Weeks 4-6. Part of that can be attributed to a difficult schedule, though injuries to their starting tackles and Amari Cooper played a role. A confusing loss to the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium is looking more and more like a fluke.

Minnesota is sixth in the NFL with 28 sacks. Prescott has been sacked more than once in just two of Dallas’ eight games.

Look for Prescott to outplay Cousins.

In two matchups with the Giants and one game against the New Orleans Saints, Dallas largely held Saquon Barkley and Alvin Kamara in check. League-leading rusher Dalvin Cook won’t have his way with the Cowboys’ defense.

The Cowboys are the safe bet at home in primetime against a team that is inconsistent on the road.

Prediction: Dallas over Minnesota, 24-20