Kickoff from University of Phoenix Stadium is set for 4:15 ET. The Cowboys (4-1, 2-3 ATS) dominated the last meeting between these teams, winning 27-10 as 6.5-point favorites back in 2006; they’ve covered the spread in three straight regular season meetings.
Perhaps the road is the best thing for the Cowboys right now. In their L/2 games in “Big D”, NFL betting fanatics in the Lone Star State haven’t come anywhere near beating the football betting line. After losing outright to Washington two weeks ago as double-digit home chalks, Dallas had a bit of difficulty against lowly Cincinnati last weekend.
The Bengals were a two-point conversion away from tying Dallas as 16-point underdogs in the middle of the 4th quarter, but a stand on the conversion and a late touchdown pass sealed up the 31-22 home victory for the Cowboys.
They never threatened the hefty point spread. RBs Felix Jones and Marion Barber played incredibly well, running the ball a combined 32 times for 180 yards and a touchdown. Arizona (3-2, 3-2 ATS) licked its wounds from giving up 56 points to the Jets two weeks ago by hammering the Bills 41-17 in their Week 5 football betting match-up.
The NFL betting odds predicted a close game, but sports bettors got anything but thanks to a tremendous day from QB Kurt Warner who completed 33-of-42 pass attempts for 250 yards with two touchdown passes to WR Larry Fitzgerald. The defense recorded five sacks and knocked starting QB Trent Edwards out of the game early on.
DE Travis LaBoy led the charge with seven tackles and two sacks for the defense that forced four Buffalo turnovers in the dominating home win and cover. NFL odds makers have installed Dallas as modest five-point favorites. The ‘total’ opened at 48.5, but has since risen to 50, and with good reason.
Arizona has played 20 of its L/27 games ‘over’ the ‘total’, while three of the Cowboys L/4 games surpassed the ‘total’.
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