Philadelphia Eagles versus Dallas Cowboys NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Football will feature an NFC East divisional game with two disappointing teams with coaches on the hot seat as the 3-8 Philadelphia Eagles will travel to face the 5-6 Dallas Cowboys on December 2nd. The Eagles and Cowboys will begin from Dallas at 8:30PM Eastern Time and NBC will handle the live TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering on Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Dallas Cowboys double digit -10 ½ point favorites with the over under line of 43 points. Those wagering on the Dallas Cowboys on the money line will lay -570 odds. Bettors who believe that Philadelphia can break their losing streak and come away victorious on Sunday afternoon can take back +435 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Cowboys and Eagles went head to head three weeks ago with the Cowboys earning the 38-23 road win and covering as a -1 point favorite. The game flew over 44 points. Dallas blows the game open in the fourth quarter as they outscore the Eagles 21-6 to break a 17-17 tie after three quarter. Dallas played turnover free football and were led by Tony Romo who completed 19 of 26 passes for 209 yards and two touchdowns. The game saw Michael Vick leave with a concussion injury and Nick Foles took the snaps under center for the first time for Philadelphia in a regular season game. The rookie out of Arizona threw for one touchdown and one pick. Foles will get the start in place of Michael Vick who has failed to pass his concussion test. Since a 19-17 home win on Sunday Night Football the Eagles has lost seven straight. Dallas is looking to bounce back from a Thanksgiving Day 38-31 home defeat to the Washington Redskins. They had won two games in a roll prior to the Thanksgiving Day defeat. . The game is of extreme importance to the Cowboys because at 5-6 they sit one game behind the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa bay Buccaneers for the sixth and final playoff spot in the NFL conference.

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