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NFL Betting: Dallas Cowboys vs. St Louis Rams

The 2008 NFL campaign rolls on in Week 7 as America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys go to St. Louis for a conference NFL betting showdown with the Rams.

Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 ET.  These teams last met in Week 4 of 2007 at Texas Stadium in Dallas, where the Cowboys beat up on the Rams by a final score of 35-7.  The Cowboys paid a visit to the desert last Sunday for an NFL betting contest with the Cardinals at University of Arizona Stadium.

Dallas was favored by 4.5-points and the ‘total’ was slated at a large 53.5.  Dallas kicked off to Arizona to start the game and Cardinals running back J.J. Arrington returned it 93 yards for a touchdown.

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes in the first half and another in the fourth quarter to bring Dallas to within three points of the lead.

The Cowboys kicked a field goal as time expired to send the game into overtime, but the Cardinals scored a touchdown off a blocked punt in OT and claimed the victory by a 30-24 final count.

Football bettors who picked Arizona, getting the points or straight up, were correct, while those who bet the total would go over the football betting line were happy Arizona scored a touchdown and not a field goal in overtime.

The Rams were in the District of Columbia on Sunday for a football betting contest with the Washington Redskins, who closed as 12-point favorites over the Rams according to the NFL odds; the ‘total’ was listed at 44.  Washington was able to exploit the Rams’ 30th ranked defense against the run by hammering the ground game.

Skins running back Clinton Portis ran for 129 yards on 21 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns.  The Rams were down by one point late in the fourth quarter when kicker Josh Brown made a 47 yard field goal to give St. Louis the 19-17 lead and its first victory of the 2008 season.

The Dallas Cowboys currently sit as seven-point road favorites over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.  The ‘total’ is predicted to be 44.

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