Dallas Cowboys versus Washington Redskins NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Football will decide the NFC East division title as the Dallas Cowboys will be the road team as they face the Washington Redskins from pro football. The Cowboys and Redskins will begin on Sunday December 30th at 8:20PM Eastern Time and NBC will cover this big game over national television.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Washington Redskins the -3 point betting favorite and the over under line if set at 48 ½ points. A money line wager on the Washington Redskins will pay -175 odds. Bettors who believe that the Dallas Cowboys can go into Washington in week seventeen in a monster game and come away with a win can take back +155 odds for their wager on the money line!

The winner will win the NFC East division and will host a wildcard playoff game next week. Should Dallas lose they are eliminated from the playoffs. There is a chance that Washington can clinch a wildcard playoff before this starts should Minnesota and Chicago both lose in the early afternoon. The Cowboys and Redskins met on Thanksgiving Day with Washington winning 38-31 as a +3 ½ point underdog. It was an impressive win for the Redskins to beat Dallas on a short week as the traveling road team playing on a Thursday afternoon. Washington builds a 28-3 lead at the half and Dallas rallies late to come within seven points. Robert Griffin III had a solid game passing for 4 touchdowns and 304 yards in the victory. Tony Romo threw the ball 62 times and had 441 yards passing with three touchdowns and two picks. Difference on Sunday is the fact that the Cowboys have a legitimate threat in the backfield in DeMarco Murray who didn’t play on Thanksgiving and Robert Griffin III is not moving 100% as he is hobbled by a knee injury suffered in week fourteen. The Redskins are just 4-3 on their home turf this season. They suffered home defeats to Carolina, Atlanta and Cincinnati. Washington is hot right now winners of six straight all coming right after their bye week.

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