New York Giants versus Dallas Cowboys NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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It’s a brand new NFL season and on tap for Sunday night football will be a great matchup as the New York Giants head into Dallas to face NFC East division rival Cowboys on September 8th. The Giants and Cowboys begin at 8:30PM Eastern Time and NBC TV will provide the coast to coast action.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Dallas Cowboys favored by -3 ½ points with an over under line set at 49 ½ points. A money line bet on Dallas return -175 odds while the take back on the road underdog New York Giants is +155 odds on the money line.

Dallas had had problems dealing with the New York Giants in recent seasons at home. The Cowboys are 0-4 straight up in their past four home games against their division rival Giants. A bad thing for the Cowboys is they have given up tons of points to the Giants in those four losses as New York has pushed across 33, 41, 37 and 29 points over the course of those four games. The Dallas offensive line has been horrid in that time period and it worked out good for the Giants because a strength for the team has always been their pass rush from their defensive line. In hopes of correcting these issues with the offensive line the team brings in former Jet offensive line coach Bill Callahan. Not only will he coach the Cowboys offensive line but he will also be in charge of play calling. The thought here is that Callahan will look to pound the rock more which is a difference in philosophy for head coach Jason Garrett who likes to throw often to the main targets in the passing game. New York enters play with injury concerns. Wide receiver Victor Cruz has a heel injury and is listed as probable. New York lost running back Andre Brown to a broken leg and had two key members of their secondary lost due to injury and a league substance abuse suspension for four games.

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