Tennessee Titans vs. Dallas Cowboys NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The Monday Night Football matchup for November 5th will feature the Dallas Cowboys at home to the Tennessee Titans. The Cowboys and Titans get things started from Dallas at 8:15PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Dallas Cowboys favored by -4 points with the over under line of 40 points.

Both teams enter play with a record of 3-4 and under pressure to win to stay competitive for a playoff push at the midway point of the season. Dallas has a home and road dichotomy. Team is 3-0 at home and 0-4 on the road. Their home victories have come against Jacksonville by 33, Detroit by two and New York Giants by 7. The team has gotten good production out of their defense by allowing 313 yards per game with the numbers even better at home. Dallas has lacked a consistent big play threat in the offense. Cowboys are throwing for only 217 yards per game and only 6.9 yards per attempted pass. Quarterback Dak Prescott has played in all seven games this season and is completing 62.1% of his passes with only eight touchdowns and four interceptions. Ezekiel Elliot is on pace for a 1000 yard rushing season as the running back has rushed for 619 yards and averaging 4.7 yards per rush.

Tennessee sits at 1-2 on the road with the lone win coming at Jacksonville 9-6. Their road defeats have come to Miami by 7 and the Bills by one point. The Titans offense has sputtered this season as the team is only averaging 280 yards with 173 passing and 15.1 points per game. Tennessee ranks 30th and third worst in the NFL in all three categories. Titans defense has kept the team in games this season by allowing only 18.1 points per game which is third best in the league. Marcus Mariota in his fourth season in the league has seen his passing yards per attempt drop to 6.9 yards which is a career low. He has thrown only three touchdowns and five interception. Tennessee has had issues with their receiving corps dropping many passes.

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