NFL fans can take in all the action from Lambeau Field on NBC on Sunday night. Kickoff is set for 8:15 ET. Last season, these two teams hooked up in “Big D”. The Cowboys picked up a 37-27 victory in the match between the two teams that found both sitting at 10-1 going into the meeting.
The Cowboys played in one of the craziest games of the season last Monday night when they took on the Philadelphia Eagles. QB Tony Romo had yet another 300-yard passing game, completing 21-of-30 passes for 312 yards and three touchdowns.
RB Marion Barber had another strong performance, rushing for 63 yards and the game-winning score with 4:35 left in the game. The 41-37 victory was tremendous for Dallas, but it was no consolation to NFL betting fans who backed the Cowboys since the football betting line closed with Dallas at (-6.5).
Even though the Boys didn’t cover, the game easily flew over the ‘total’ of 46 by halftime. Brett Favre has departed Green Bay, but the Packers offense doesn’t seem to have skipped a beat from their 13-3 season a year ago. QB Aaron Rodgers went 24/38 for 328 yards and three scores against the hapless Detroit Lions.
That was more than enough for football bettors with Green Bay on their ticket, as the Pack went on to win by the comfortable score of 48-25. The Packers made a mockery of the fact that they were only favored by three-points on the NFL betting line.
Green Bay has the second best offense in the NFC, averaging 36 points per game through the first two weeks of the regular season. Oddsmakers have installed the visiting Cowboys as 3-point favorites, with the ‘total’ coming in at 51.5. Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook has all of the football betting action your heart desires.
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