Dallas Cowboys versus Chicago Bears NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football for December 4th will feature Jay Cutler and his desperate 5-7 Chicago Bears playing host to Tony Romo and the 8-4 Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys and Bears will get things started from Chicago at 8:25PM Eastern Time and NFL Network has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has road team Dallas Cowboys the -3 ½ point favorite with a total of 51 ½ points. Those who play on Dallas on the money line will lay -200 odds with the return on the home underdog Chicago Bears at +170 odds on the money line.

Dallas entered their showdown game on Thanksgiving Day at home with the Philadelphia Eagles tied at 8-3 in the NFC East division. The Cowboys offense shot blanks for much of the game in a 33-10 home defeat as a -3 point favorite. Their run game did very little as the Cowboys ran for 93 yards on 25 rushes. The much praised offense line had their worst showing of the season as the team surrendered four quarterback sacks and quarterback Tony Romo was avoiding pressure for much of the game. The Dallas defense looked tired after a shootout game the Sunday night prior in New York. The fatigue showed as the Cowboys defenders were visibly showing signs as they surrendered 464 yards to the Eagles offense which 256 of those yards came on the ground. Tony Romo finished the game with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Chicago is sitting at 5-7 on the year. The NFC Wildcard race is very competitive as an 8-4 team is currently sitting outside the playoff picture. That means even if the Bears win out and finish 9-7 they still would be a longshot to make the postseason as it’s very possible that two 10-6 teams will make the NFC Wildcard spots. The Bears offense has been inconsistent throughout most of the year. They have not been able to score more than 21 points over their past two games. The defense continues its downward spiral as the club sits 30th and third last in the NFL by giving up 28 points per game.

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