Dallas Cowboys versus Philadelphia Eagles NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Football will be a key NFC East divisional showdown between two teams tied atop the standings as the Philadelphia Eagles will play host to the Dallas Cowboys. They begin play from Philadelphia at 8:30PM 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 has the home side Philadelphia Eagles the -3 ½ point favorite with a total lined at 56 points. Those playing on Philadelphia on the money line will lay -175 odds with the return on the road underdog Dallas Cowboys at +155 odds on the money line.

The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles sit with an identical mark of 9-4 and are tied in the NFC East division with only three games remaining. Philadelphia owns the current head to head tiebreaker as they earned a 33-10 road win at Dallas on Thanksgiving Day as a +3 point wagering underdog. Should Philadelphia win their magic number would be one to win the NFC East division as they close out the year at Washington and on the road at the New York Giants. Dallas will finish off the year with a home game against Indianapolis and on the road to the Washington Redskins. After their defeat to Philadelphia on Thanksgiving the Cowboys bounced back by defeating the Chicago Bears on the road on Thursday Night Football on December 4th by the score of 41-28 as a -4 point favorite. In their head to head meeting on Thanksgiving the Cowboys were fatigued after having played a late night game on Sunday night giving them a difficult task to prepare for the high octane offense of the Eagles. Philadelphia’s offense torched the Dallas defense as they rushed for 256 yards. Mark Sanchez was able to complete 20 of 29 throws for 217 yards and a touchdown. Despite the win the Eagles had trouble in the red zone as they score a touchdown only one time in their five drives inside the Dallas 20 yard line. Tony Romo had a poor game in defeat as he completed 18 of 29 passes for 199 yards and two picks.

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