NFL Pro Football 2012 Dallas Cowboys Regular Season Win Odds

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The Dallas Cowboys finished the 2011 regular season with an 8-8 record and failed to make the playoffs for the second consecutive season. It was another late season collapse for Dallas as the club lost four of their last five games as they saw a 7-4 record end up 8-8 at seasons end.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Dallas Cowboys season win total listed at 9 wins with the under favored at -160 odds and the over returning +130 odds.

Bettors went broke wagering on the Dallas Cowboys in 2011 against NFC East divisional foes as the club went 0-6 against the spread. Tony Romo enjoyed a pretty good season a year ago on the stat sheet as the starting quarterback completed 66.3% of his passes for 4184 yards with 31 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. The 10th year quarterback will have weapons in the run game as DeMarco Murray and Felix Jones assemble a pretty good 1-2 combo in the backfield. Dallas head coach Jason Garrett will need to manage his playing calling much better as his decisions when holding leads came in question. Dallas was in position to milk clock last year ahead on the scoreboard but instead Garrett opted to continue to throw which cost the team victories. The Cowboys offensive line has been much maligned during the Tony Rome era at quarterback. The line play was horrid in Cowboys playoff appearance and through their lack of pass protection caused a serious injury to Tony Romo in 2010 and again in 2011 as Romo was lost for the season in week 15. Pedestrians often point to Tony Romo for the Cowboys lack of success but the true students of the game clearly understand the team’s failures have squarely fallen on their offensive line and from the defensive side of the ball their poor play in their secondary. In 2010 teams threw for 243 yards against Dallas and in 2011 the numbers read 244 yards allowed through the air. In Jason Garrett’s time with the Cowboys we have seen a huge regression defensively. Again the simplistic minds of the media will lead you to believe the problems for the Cowboys are under center but the sharp people know exactly what is holding back this team.

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