Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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It will be an NFC East battle as the New York Giants are home to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football on November 4th. The teams begin play from Dallas at 8:15PM 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 has the road team Dallas Cowboys favored by -6 ½ points with the over under line of 48 points. $10 Free Bet on Monday Night Football.

Dallas headed to New York sitting atop the NFC East division with a 4-3 record. Now at the midpoint of the season the team has to start thinking about playoff positioning. They have been early eliminations during the Jason Garrett era as head coach with the team. Their hopes were to get at least a first round bye to avoid the wildcard round that often dooms the team from a deep run in the playoffs. With the 49ers at 8-0, Packers at 7-1 and Saints at 7-1 heading into Week 9 the Cowboys chances at a first round bye are near impossible unless they can win out or at the very least lose one game. Dallas has won five straight against the Giants. Cowboys opened the season hosting New York and came away with the 35-17 home victory. Cowboys moved the football for 494 yards in the win with 405 yards coming in the passing game. During the Dallas five game win streak against the Giants they have had success passing against the New York.

New York is 2-6 and have made the quarterback change early in the season to their first round draft pick in Daniel Jones. After success early the team has now moved into a four game losing streak following their 31-26 road loss at Detroit. During this losing run the Giants have allowed 27 points or greater and have home defeats to the Cardinals by 6 points and Vikings by 18. Defensively the Giants are surrendering 264 yards passing per game with opposing quarterback completing 70.2% of their passes. New York has had success running the football with 4.7 yards per rush average.

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