NFL Pro Football 2019 Dallas Cowboys Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Dallas Cowboys saw improvement in 2018 from a disappointing 2017 season by finishing at 10-6 and champions of the NFC East. They won a playoff game at home to Seattle then lost in the Divisional Round at LA Rams 30-22.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Dallas Cowboys lined at 9 wins with the over +105 odds and under returning -135 odds.

Jason Garett is now in his ninth season with the Cowboys and it could be his last. Garrett entering the final year of his contract got no extension. His critics speak of his conservative coaching style. In all respect the Cowboys have handled their division rivals the past two seasons posting back to back 5-1 records and covers. 10-2 ATS against the NFC East the past two seasons.

Since their 13-3 season in 2016 the Cowboys offensive production has dipped averaging 22 points in 2017 and 21 last year. Defense has played at a high level, but the playoff defeat was disappointing as the Rams ran wild exposing poor play by the Cowboys linebackers against the run.

In the offseason the team did sign wide receiver Randall Cobb formally of the Packers and tight end Jason Witten returns from retirement.

Quarterback Dak Prescott did complete 67.7% of his throws last year for 22 touchdowns and 8 picks. Dallas started 3-5 then finished up their regular season going 7-1. He completed over 70% his passes in five of those games down the stretch.

Cowboys must hope that Ezekiel Elliot can go through the offseason without his name coming up. He played in all 15 meaningful games last year for Dallas and sat out a meaningless Week 17 game against the Giants. Elliot compiled 1434 yards last year averaging 4.7 yards per run. With those strong numbers there should be more big plays from Dallas in the passing game.

One of the Cowboys big pickups was wide receiver Amari Cooper in mid-season. Cowboys won seven of nine regular season games since picking up Amari in a trade with the Raiders. Michael Gallup saw action as a rookie with 33 catches for 507 yards for 15.4 yards per reception. They could use some depth behind those three. Will Tavon Austin be more than just a punt returner?

Offensive line remains strong with the Cowboys as they have used three first round picks in their starting five. Left tackle Tyron Smith, center Travis Frederick and left tackle Zack Martin. For depth with their second pick in the draft the team selected offensive lineman Connor McGovern out of Penn St.

Linebacker position features Sean Lee, Leighton Vander Esch and Jaylon Smith in the middle. They picked UCF defensive lineman Trystin Hill with their first draft pick.

The Cowboys play a first place schedule. They will play every team from the NFC North and AFC East. The first place teams they meet from the NFC West are the Rams at home then the Saints on the road from the NFC South. They have one set of back to back road games in November playing at Detroit followed by a game at New England. Then four days later at home to Buffalo on Thanksgiving. A tough close to the regular season for Dallas as they have the Bears and Eagles on the road and the Rams and Redskins at home. It is possible for the Cowboys to make it to ten wins this season to match their number in 2017. They face three weak opponents from the AFC East and have had good success in the division.

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