Although the Detroit Lions had their chance to secure a bye in the first round of the NFL postseason, they ultimately lost the opportunity and now find themselves at the mercy of a red-hot Dallas Cowboys club.

NFL odds lean in favor of Tony Romo and company, but we’ll watch it all unfold on Sunday.

With big wins over the Redskins and Colts to top off the season, the Cowboys are looking as competitive as ever. The sheer plethora of offensive options makes this team dangerous. Between Romo’s 3,700-plus passing yards, Dez Bryant’s 16 aerial touchdowns and DeMarco

Murray’s legendary performance out of the backfield, the Lions will have their work cut out for themselves.

If any defense is up to the task, it may be Detroit’s, and after some deliberations regarding a suspension, it’s been confirmed that they’ll now have Ndamukong Suh on their line. Although Dallas is the 7.5-point favorite in the sportsbook, the Lions have had the best rush defense all season. The Lions are 40/1 to win the Super Bowl, and Dallas is much higher up in the sportsbook at 15/2.