NFL’s Week 16 Preview: The Cowboys, Vikings, Lions and Panthers go to the Super Bowl!

The Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings are facing off on Sunday.

The Cowboys are on the road for the first time since Week 9, while the Vikings are still searching for their first victory of the season.

Here’s how each team stacks up in the NFC North.

Dallas Cowboys: The Dallas Mavericks have won four straight and will take on the Detroit Pistons on Sunday afternoon.

They are 4-0 since the All-Star break.

The Mavericks will need to win at least one of their next three games to tie for first place in the division.

Dallas has scored 101.9 points per game and is averaging 111.8 points per contest.

The defense has held the Pistons to a league-low 30.8 percent shooting (27.5 percent from beyond the arc).

The Mavericks are in last place in defensive efficiency (minus-12.3 points per 100 possessions) and sixth in defensive rating (102.9).

The defense is averaging 107.1 points per 80 possessions.

The Dallas offense is averaging 113.4 points per 110 possessions.

It has scored 110.7 points per 90 possessions on the year.

The Vikings are the only team to win four straight at home, including two victories against division-leading teams.

They have scored 104.7 per contest and are averaging 107 points per half.

They’ve scored 111.7 a half on the season and have a 23.4 field goal percentage.

Minnesota has allowed the second-most points to opposing teams (118) and the most field goals to opposing players (58).

Minnesota has scored 113.7 in three games against the NFC South, which is third-best in the league behind only Atlanta and New Orleans.

The Lions are averaging 112.7 total points per 48 minutes this season.

They lead the NFC in offensive efficiency (94.1) and are fifth in scoring (118.7).

The Lions have scored 105.1 in three home games against NFC South teams and are second in scoring defense (102).

Detroit has won four of its last five meetings with Minnesota and has scored 109.3 per game in the series.

It is averaging 102.5 points per 70.1 minutes in the two matchups.

Detroit is 11-1 on the drive, including a 17-3 mark on third down and a 5-0 mark in the red zone.

The Packers are averaging 109.0 points per 81 possessions and rank third in the NFL in total points scored.

Green Bay is allowing 107.8 per game, which ranks fourth in the NBA.

Green and Minnesota have won all five games this season in Green Bay.

The Green Bay offense is also averaging 108.3 total points and is fourth in scoring.

The offensive output has dropped to 94.1 (97.9 per game) through three games.

The Panthers are allowing the third-fewest points to teams (92.6) and shooting just 43.8 from the field.

Carolina is allowing 96.7 percent shooting from beyond 50 yards.

Carolina has allowed 106.7 offensive points per drive (2.5 per game).

The Panthers rank sixth in points allowed per drive and fourth in points per possession allowed.

Detroit has scored 105 points per 72.7 minutes in its last four games against Green Bay, which includes a 12-6 road win in December.

Detroit’s offense has dropped from 106.5 (98.7) through two games to 104.3 (100.0) through six.

Detroit will have to win the next two games on the way to a perfect season record.