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If NBC and the NFL selects the Sunday Night Football broadcasts based on potential quarterback matchups, the Week 4 SNF Cowboys-Saints game isnt quite going to be what they thought in the preseason.

The Cowboys and Saints will kick off from the Superdome in New Orleans at 8:30 p.m. Eastern on Sunday Night Football. But it appears both the Cowboys and Saints will be without their starting quarterbacks in this SNF game.

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken collarbone in a Week 2 win against Philadelphia, leaving Brandon Weeden as the projected starter in the Cowboys-Saints game. Although after Weeden struggled in the second half of last Sundays game against Atlanta, its possible Dallas could turn to newly acquired quarterback Matt Cassel.

And New Orleans likely will be without Drew Brees in the Cowboys-Saints SNF contest, after he suffered a shoulder injury in a Week 2 loss against Tampa Bay. Luke McCown is expected to get the start against Dallas.

After a 2-0 start, Dallas fell at home last Sunday to Atlanta, 39-28. Weeden completed 22 of 26 passes for 232 yards, but the Cowboys did not score in the second half, allowing Atlanta to overcome a double-digit halftime deficit. Joseph Randle scored three rushing touchdowns for Dallas and finished with 87 yards.

New Orleans will carry a 0-3 record into the Cowboys-Saints game, falling 27-22 against Carolina last Sunday. McCown completed 31 of 38 passes for 310 yards, but he had no touchdowns for the Saints, whose last drive ended with a McCown interception in the Carolina end zone with 1:17 remaining.

The Cowboys and Saints played last season, also in Week 4, when Dallas won easily at home, 38-17. Most of the top offensive players from that Cowboys-Saints game wont play in the 2015 SNF game though. Romo had 262 passing yards and three scores for Dallas, while Brees threw for 340 yards with two scores. DeMarco Murray, now with the Eagles, was the difference for Dallas, rushing for 149 yards and two scores. Jimmy Graham had 86 yards receiving and one score for New Orleans, but he moved on to Seattle in the off season. Dez Bryant had 44 yards and a receiving score for the Cowboys in last seasons game, but he likely will miss Sundays Cowboys-Saints game with an injury.

Dallas leads the all-time Cowboys-Saints series, 16-11, but the Saints have won eight of the last 10 games in this series, including four of its last five trips to Dallas.