Dallas Cowboys versus Washington Redskins NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football will be a battle in the NFC East division as the Washington Redskins will meet the Dallas Cowboys. Things get started from Washington at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN 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 home side Washington Redskins the -4 ½ point betting favorite with the over under line set at 42 points. Those who play on the Washington Redskins on the money line will lay -220 odds with the return on the road underdog Dallas Cowboys at 180 odds on the money line.

This will be the first meeting of the year between these two rivals. Dallas looks to rebound after a 33-14 defeat on Thanksgiving to the Carolina Panthers. The Cowboys suffered a major injury as quarterback Tony Romo has been lost for the season as he breaks his collar bone for the second time this season. Romo threw two picks that were return for Panthers touchdowns in the game. The run game continued to sputter for the Cowboys as they had just 31 yards on the ground on their 14 carries. Matt Cassell will be under center for Dallas on Monday night. On the year he is completing 62.6% of his throws for 902 yards with five touchdowns and five picks. In relief of Romo last week he threw for 93 yards and a touchdown. Dallas despite a 3-8 record still only trails the first place New York Giants and Washington Redskins by two games in the standings with just five games left to be played. Dallas is 29th and fourth last in the NFL in total and scoring offense as they put 331 yards and 18.5 points per game.

The Redskins enter play 5-6 and are coming off a 20-14 home victory to NFC East division opponent New York Giants to draw even with the team in the NFC East. The team has traded wins and losses the past six weeks. They rank in the lower third of the league in most key offensive and defensive categories this season. Their wins have come against the Rams, Eagles, Buccaneers, Saints and Giants all losing teams entering Week 13 of play.

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