The Indianapolis Colts (10-4) will compete against the Dallas Cowboys (10-4) on Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Kickoff is set for 4:25 p.m. EST.
With a win this weekend, the Colts can claim their third consecutive 11-win season, which would make Chuck Pagano only the second head coach in NFL history to post 11-or-more wins in each of his first three season with a team.
Indianapolis trails Dallas in the all-time head-to-head series, 5-9, and hold a 2-5 record on the road. The Colts' last victory against the Cowboys was at home on Nov. 17, 2002 (20-3).
Last week, Indianapolis defeated the Houston Texans, 17-10, to clinch its second straight AFC South Division title. The defense held Houston to 289 net yards of total offense and forced two turnovers, including an interception by cornerback Vontae Davis to seal the game on the Texans' final drive. Outside linebacker Bjoern Werner recorded six tackles, two tackles for loss and fumble recovery. The offense rushed for 110 yards in the contest, led by running back Daniel "Boom" Herron, who posted 60 yards on the ground and a 5.5-yard rushing average.
Dallas is coming off a 38-27 victory over Philadelphia on Sunday Night Football. The cowboys hold the third ranked rushing offense in the NFL, led by running back DeMarco Murray, who leads the league with 1,687 rushing yards and 2,082 scrimmage yards. Wide receiver Dez Bryant caught three touchdown in his last game and now leads the NFL with 13 for the season.