In a pivotal Week 15 showdown, the Dallas Cowboys (10-3) are gearing up to face the Buffalo Bills (7-6) at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. The Bills, positioned as a 2.5-point favorite, are eyeing a playoff berth as they go head-to-head with the surging Cowboys.

Dallas, riding high on a five-game winning streak, is asserting itself as a formidable contender for the Super Bowl. Led by the stellar performances of Dak Prescott, the team secured a dominant win over the Philadelphia Eagles, solidifying their position as leaders in the NFC East. Prescott’s exceptional contributions have propelled him into MVP conversations, posing a formidable challenge for opposing defenses.

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Buffalo, coming off a crucial victory against the defending Super Bowl champions in Kansas City, remains in the thick of the playoff race. As the Bills conclude a challenging stretch of their schedule, a win at home would underscore their status as a force to be reckoned with in the final weeks of the season.

The weather forecast for Highmark Stadium reveals a predicted daytime high of 48 degrees, with a RealFeel temperature of 39 degrees. While there is a 25% chance of daytime rain, thunderstorms are not expected, and the projected rain accumulation is minimal at 0 inches. Daytime winds from the SSE at 15 mph, with gusts up to 21 mph, add an additional layer of complexity to the game.

As the Bills strive to bolster their playoff hopes, the Cowboys are determined to maintain their winning momentum. According to BetMGM NFL odds, the Bills are favored with a (-2) spread. The moneyline puts the Bills at (-130) and the Cowboys at (+110), with an over/under set at 50.5.

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This matchup promises high-stakes action, with potentially challenging weather conditions adding an extra layer of unpredictability to this crucial Week 15 clash.