NFL Pro Football 2016 Dallas Cowboys Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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It was a terrible season for the 2015 Dallas Cowboys. A season ending injury to quarterback Tony Romo caused the Cowboys to finish at 4-12 and last place in the NFC East division. There was no home field advantage for Dallas last year as they finished at 1-7 in their stadium.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Dallas Cowboys lined at 9 ½ wins with under favored at -140 odds and over bringing back +110 odds.

Dallas has been unable to find a suitable backup to Tony Romo. Each time the veteran quarterback has gone down the team has gone south. Romo is now 36 years old and saw work in only four games a year ago. Prior to that, he did play in 62 of a possible 64 regular season games the past four seasons prior to missing 10 games in the 2010 campaign. They are hoping that rookie draft pick Dak Prescott can fill the void at the backup position. He showed talent in his four seasons at Mississippi St taking on opposing SEC defenses with good results and the ability to scramble out of the pocket without taking injury shots to his body. The big question is can Prescott get a handle on the Cowboys offensive playbook. With DeMarco Murray heading to Philadelphia in 2015 there was panic by media pundits about the Dallas running game. The Cowboys ran the ball very well in 2014 and it meant less hits to Tony Romo in the pocket. Dallas ran poorly last year and they are hoping that first round pick Ezekiel Elliot out of Ohio St can step in and be a big play threat to force defenses to respect the run. Veteran Alfred Morris was also picked up in the offseason by the Cowboys. Morris is still only 27 years old and in the prime of his career. He had two great seasons for Washington in 2012 and 2013 but his production tailed off to 4.1 yards per carry in 2014 and a career low 3.7 yards per rush a season ago. Defensively the Cowboys struggled to get to the quarterback. They are facing three suspensions as defensive ends Demarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory are eligible to return to the team on October 9th and linebacker Rolando McClain returns on November 24th.

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