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BangTheBook.com expert NFL handicappers Brian Blessing and Kenny White breakdown the 2013 Hall of Fame Game, featuring the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins. Find out the QB rotations and what to watch for when betting on the NFL preseason.
The Dallas Cowboys didn’t make their pro football betting backers at BetAnySports happy in 2012, going just 6-10 against the number. Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins had their third 7-9 season (straight-up, that is) in the last four years. These teams clash in the Hall of Fame Game, kicking off the NFL pre-season, slated for 8 PM ET on Sunday at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio.
NFL training camps are set to start opening up in a couple of weeks as all 32 teams begin preparations for opening day in early September. All summer long NFL Betting Trends has been taking a closer look at the current odds for every NFL team in terms of their chances to win their respective division. This week we will wrap-up this series for Bang the Book with our final division preview; the NFC East.
The last two teams of the week to kick it off for the regular season on Sunday Night Football betting action this week are the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys. Check out some of the NFL prop bets that are available at BetDSI, as we analyze the betting lines and see which sides to play.
Last week’s rally against New Orleans came up short in overtime, but the Cowboys can still win the NFC East Division title with a win over the Redskins on Sunday night. The 34-31 loss to the Saints as a one-point home favorite dropped the Cowboys to 8-7 straight-up this season and to 6-9 against the spread. They are 4-3 SU (5-2 ATS) on the road and the total has now gone OVER in four of their last five games.
NFC playoff dreams will be on the line on Sunday afternoon when the Dallas Cowboys play host to the New Orleans Saints in Week 16 NFL betting action.
The Saints are technically still in the playoff race, but they are going to need to win these last two games and get a minor miracle to happen to get there.
One of Sunday’s premier NFL betting showdowns pits a pair of teams against each other that are hoping to sneak into the back end of the playoffs. The Dallas Cowboys will play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Two teams that are fighting for their right to go to the playoffs this year are going to meet in NFL betting action at Paul Brown Stadium, where the Cincinnati Bengals will battle it out with the Dallas Cowboys.
Big D has been a tumultuous team this year, going 6-6 through 12 crazy games.
You won’t find a more important game on Thanksgiving Day in football betting action this year than the one that will be played in Big D, as the Dallas Cowboys look to take down the hated Washington Redskins.
We’ve warned over the course of the last few weeks that the Redskins might be a dangerous outfit if they could ever figure out how to string some defense together.
It has been a house of horrors in Big D this season as Jerry Jones’s bunch has stumbled-out to a 3-5 start both straight-up and against the spread. The total has stayed UNDER in five of the eight games. Of greater concern is the team’s recent performance with just one SU victory in its last five games.
Much of the blame for the Cowboys’ woes has once again fallen squarely on the shoulders of quarterback Tony Romo,