Football betting last year on the Cowboys ended on a very sour note against the football odds as they blew a playoff spot in their final season at Texas Stadium. The Cowboys will have a sparkling new stadium to open for this football betting season and that, with a renewed attitude, could make them a solid preseason bargain against the football odds.
Tony Romo will enter training camp facing the most important football betting season of his career. Romo has still not lived down the playoff debacle of 2007 when he spent the bye week before the playoffs on vacation and was ineffective afterwards as Dallas was upset as the top seed by the New York Giants.
Romo will not see a lot of action in the football betting preseason but will likely want to be sharp for when he does. Jon Kitna is currently listed as Romo’s backup heading into the football betting preseason. Kitna is a 13 year pro out of Central Washington and a former starter for the Seattle Seahawks.
Kitna has a career quarterback rating of 77 with 152 touchdown passes and 151 interceptions. Two football betting seasons ago he was the starter for the Detroit Lions and compiled a quarterback rating of 81 with 18 touchdown passes and 20 interceptions.
Rookie Stephen McGee will also get plenty of opportunity to learn and grow during the football betting preseason. McGee was a 4th round draft choice of Dallas out of Texas A&M. Felix Jones, a 1st round draft pick of the Cowboys in 2008 saw limited playing time last year and should get some action in the football betting preseason.
Jones had an impressive 8.9 yards per carry average with 3 touchdowns and is also slated for kickoff return duty this year. Jones, who played college ball at Arkansas, is considered an outstanding open field runner.
A kicker can often bring a lot of value in preseason and Nick Folk certainly does for Dallas. He was 20-22 on field goals last year with a long of 52 yards.
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