NFL Pro Football 2015 Dallas Cowboys Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 Dallas Cowboys concluded play during the regular season with a record of 12-4 and were surprise winners of the NFC East division. Many had pegged the Cowboys to sit near the basement of the NFC East last year but major improvements from the quarterback position, defense and offensive line catapulted the Cowboys into the playoffs as division champions. In the playoffs the Cowboys hosted the Detroit Lions in the NFC Wildcard game and won 24-20 as a six point favorite. A week later in the NFC Divisional playoffs the Cowboys lost a controversial 26-21 road defeat at Green Bay as a +5 ½ point underdog. A late Dez Bryant apparent touchdown in the fourth quarter was overturned eliminating the team from the playoffs.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Dallas Cowboys lined to win 9 ½ wins with over the total favored by -160 odds and a bet on under the total of 9 ½ wins returning +130 odds.

Heading into the playoffs the Cowboys had won four straight and six of their past seven games. They finished a remarkable 8-0 on the road during the regular season last year. On the negative side the Cowboys were just 4-4 at home in the regular season in 2014. Dallas has a big hole to fill at the running back position as DeMarcus Murray an 1845 yard runner in 2014 exits to Philadelphia in free agency. He ran for 4.7 yards a carry. Murray’s backup was Joseph Randle who ran 51 times for 343 yards and three touchdowns as he averaged 6.7 yards per run attempt. Tony Romo had a great season as he threw for 3705 yards as he completed nearly 70% of his passes with 34 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. The mistakes were minimal for Romo a season ago and that must continue if Dallas is able to go further into the playoffs.

The Cowboys schedule in 2015 includes games against the AFC East and NFC South. They must travel to the Dolphins and Bills in the AFC and play NFC South opponents Tampa Bay and New Orleans on the road. As NFC East champion they must play NFC North champion Green Bay on the road and NFC West champion Seattle at home.

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