Dallas Cowboys versus Minnesota Vikings NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The Minnesota Vikings are home for Thursday Night Football as they battle the Dallas Cowboys on December 1st. The Vikings and Cowboys get this NFL pro football game started from Minnesota at 8:25PM Eastern Time and NBC TV 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 have the road team Dallas Cowboys favored by -3 points with the over under line set at 44 points.

The Dallas Cowboys have the best record in the NFL as they enter Thursday Night Football with a record of 10-1. Since their Week 1 defeat at home to the New York Giants they have won ten straight games. On Thanksgiving the Cowboys defeated the Washington Redskins at home 31-26 as a -5 ½ point favorite. They are the third rated scoring offense in the NFL as they score 28.7 points per game. Behind a great offensive line and running backs the Cowboys are the number two running team in the league. They rush for 157 yards per game. Rookie Ezekiel Elliot has rushed for 1199 yards and 12 touchdowns. He is averaging 4.9 yards per carry. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott won the starting job for Dallas away from incumbent Tony Rome who is the backup after coming back from injury. Prescott is completing 68% of his passes with 18 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions. He has five rushing touchdowns on the campaign.

The Minnesota Vikings host Thursday night football with a record of 6-5. They have dropped four of five games after their 16-13 road defeat at Detroit Lions as a +1 ½ point underdog. Sam Bradford threw a bad interception with under a minute remain. With the scored tied at 13-13 that set up the game winning field goal as time expired. Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson is expected back in the lineup the middle of the month as he has been out with a knee injury since the beginning of the year. For the Vikings veteran quarterback Sam Bradford in his first year with the team is hitting on 40.7%. They have lost four of five games after a 16-13 road defeat on Thanksgiving.

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