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Video: There's Already Been A Controversial Call In Cowboys-Saints Game

Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 25: A general view of kickoff between the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago Bears at AT&T Stadium on September 25, 2016 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

On Thursday night, the New Orleans Saints traveled to Dallas to take on the Cowboys in a matchup of NFC foes. Both teams entered the game on win streaks - the Cowboys are winners of the last three, while the Saints haven't lost since Week 1 against Tampa Bay.

Star quarterback Drew Brees started off the game with three-straight incomplete passes before it appeared he completed a pass to Michael Thomas. The pass was called incomplete on the field, but video replay suggested Thomas may have caught the ball.

Officials stayed with the call on the field of an incomplete pass.

Here's the play.

Dallas took over after a punt from the Saints. On the ensuing possession, Dak Prescott hit Ezekiel Elliott for a touchdown pass to extend Dallas' lead to 10-0.

It's also the first time Drew Brees has started a game with four-straight incomplete passes.

Did the refs get it right?