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San Francisco 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys, NFL, Wildcard Round, Preview & Prediction

The Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers square off on Sunday in a must-see Wildcard Weekend battle at 100,000-seater AT&T Stadium. Here’s what you need to know before wagering on the action.

Cowboys to shut down 49ers and reach divisional round

Despite being flattered by playing in the weakling NFC East, Dallas is a legitimate Super Bowl contender. The Cowboys enter Sunday’s showdown with five wins in their last six games and Dak Prescott had a five-touchdown night against the Philadelphia Eagles last time out.

But the 49ers are battle-tested after grinding out an overtime win against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 18 to stamp their ticket to the postseason. There are offensive game-changers on both teams, but we like Prescott to outduel Jimmy Garoppolo, who stepped up last weekend but is still dealing with a lingering thumb injury.

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Dallas defense with a chance to shine on big stage

All eyes will be on the Cowboys’ offense this weekend. That unit finished the regular season with the most yards per game and points per game in the NFL. If Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard can get traction in the ground game against a sturdy San Francisco run defense, it should allow Prescott to target the shaky 49ers secondary.

But look for Dallas’ defense to step up in a big way on Sunday. With Garoppolo still likely to be hindered by his thumb and coming off two picks last weekend, the Cowboys should have some joy pressuring him in the pocket. If Dallas can get a lead, pass-rushers DeMarcus Lawrence and Micah Parsons can really tee off.

Michael Gallup (torn ACL) will be missed but Cedrick Wilson stepped up impressively against Philadelphia with 119 yards and two touchdowns.

Mitchell injury concerning for San Francisco ground game

The formula for the 49ers on Sunday is a tight game with a heavy workload for their backfield. But San Francisco is sweating on the health of lead running back Elijah Mitchell who suffered a knee injury against the Rams in Week 18. Mitchell is still expected to play but keep an eye on the injury reports.

Kyle Shanahan continues to find creative ways to get Deebo Samuel involved in the offense and he should be able to create separation on shallow crossing routes. Regardless of Mitchell’s status, expect Samuel to get five or more touches out of the backfield. Also, look for George Kittle to have a much bigger impact than he did on Sunday (five catches for 10 yards).

The visitors’ defense is where more of the red flags lie. While the 49ers should be able to stifle the Dallas ground game, the secondary will have their hands full. Los Angeles moved the ball with ease against San Francisco in the first half last weekend - and the Cowboys can unleash even more offensive weapons.

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