(NFL) Dallas vs. Seattle, 10/12/2014 12:25 PM, Score: 30 - 23
Point Spread: -8.00 | -110.00 Seattle (Home)
Result: Loss
I see the Cowboys getting exposed here. Dallas has reeled off four straight victories - beating three weak teams (Titans, Rams and Texans in overtime at home) and underachieving Saints.

Now the Cowboys go on the road for their only away matchup in a six-week span. No team is tougher at home than Seattle, which is 19-1 SU and 15-5 ATS in its last 20 at CenturyLink Field with an average winning margin of more than 15 points.

DeMarco Murray is having an MVP-type season. His great running has kept Dallas' horrendous defense off the field. Murray, though, is going to find it tough running on Seattle's top-ranked rush defense. The physical Seahawks secondary figures to make things round on turnover-prone Tony Romo.

Russell Wilson will be able to take advantage of Dallas' lack of coverage skills from its linebackers and safeties. The Cowboys also are down injured cornerback Morris Claiborne.

Arian Foster ran wild on Dallas last week. Marshawn Lynch certainly is capable of doing that, too.