The Dallas Cowboys welcome in the Buffalo Bills hoping to keep their record above the .500 mark.
Dallas (6-5) is coming off a 13-9 loss to the New England Patriots, while Buffalo (8-3) has won back-to-back games against the Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos.
"We haven't beaten a team with a winning record, but that's just something for you guys to write about," Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott said. "We really don't care about that at all. We want to beat every team. It doesn't matter if they have a losing record, or a winning record, we go in there to win. We're frustrated we're not winning, period."
The Cowboys lead the NFC East Division, while the Bills trail the Patriots in the AFC East.
Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley, who played his first seven seasons (2012-18) with the Cowboys, will return to AT&T Stadium for the first time as a member of a visiting team.
"Once the game starts, it's the same deal," Beasley said. "It's football. There's nothing different about it. I'm sure guys have played in that stadium before. That's really all it is.
The Cowboys and Bills will kick off at 3:30 p.m., and the game will be broadcast on KWTX-CBS.