NFL sports betting backers of the Cowboys were burned bad last week while the Eagles are also coming off a pro football betting letdown. The Dallas Cowboys got an early Christmas gift from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week as the Bucs lost at home to San Diego, which has helped keep Dallas’ NFL sports betting postseason hopes alive despite their loss last week to Baltimore 24-33 as 5 point pro football betting favorites in the Texas Stadium regular season finale.
The Cowboys had an overall NFL sports betting record of 9-6 straight up and 7-8 against the NFL betting lines. Many pro football betting handicappers would tell you that Dallas doesn’t deserve a post season berth but the Cowboys will gladly take their new and unexpected NFL sports betting life.
It’s not like Dallas doesn’t have its share of assets as they ranked 9th overall on offense while ranking 8th overall on defense. In that bizarre loss to the Ravens the Cowboys gave up two late and long yardage rushing touchdowns, which stunned nearly everyone in NFL sports betting.
The Philadelphia Eagles lost last week at Washington 3-10 as 4.5 point favorites. Their NFL sports betting record fell to 8-6-1 straight up and 9-6 against the NFL betting lines. The loss snapped a 3 game NFL sports betting win and cover streak. Philadelphia is ranked 8th overall on offense and 3rd overall on defense.
The Eagles have a home NFL sports betting record of 5-2 against the spread with just 2 of those 7 games going over the total. Head coach Andy Reid’s team looks solid on paper but seems to find ways to screw up their season just as they get untracked.
In this head to head NFL sports betting series the Cowboys and Eagles have gone over the total in 6 of their last 7 matchups at Philadelphia. Dallas has beaten the NFL sports betting line in just 3 of their last 9 visits to Philly.
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