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Football Gambling - Consistency Needed from Dallas Offense

Football gambling fans always give the Dallas Cowboys a hard look each week of NFL betting action and 2009 will be no different.

Football gambling on the Cowboys is not without its potential upside but Dallas will need far greater NFL betting consistency from the offense if they are to be in the black this year.  The Dallas offensive attack for the upcoming football gambling season begins with quarterback Tony Romo.

Romo will be entering his 7th NFL betting campaign and is now firmly ensconced as the Dallas starter.  Last football gambling season Romo had a 61.3% rate of completions for 3448 yards and a 26/14 touchdown/interception ratio with a 91.4 quarterback rating.

Romo was inconsistent, however, and made several key mistakes during the season and was terrible in Dallas’ 1-3 collapse in the stretch run.  Beyond that, Romo has not proven himself to be a fully respected football gambling leader.

Many in football gambling have not forgotten his vacation after the 2007 regular season when Dallas was a top seed and had a bye week.  Dallas was upset in their first playoff game that followed and looked totally unprepared in the process.

Romo again failed to step in and fill the leadership void last football gambling season and until he does there will be questions about his completion as a top shelf quarterback.

Now that Terrell Owens has taken his show to Buffalo the new main receiver on the depth chart for Dallas is Patrick Crayton, who last year had 39 catches for 550 yards and 4 touchdowns and a 14.1 yards per catch average.

Tight end Jason Witten could be even more of a work horse than was the case last football gambling season when he caught 81 passes for 952 yards and 4 touchdowns.  He became Romo’s favorite target down the stretch.  Marion Barber is expected to again be the top running back for Dallas in the 2009 football gambling season.

Barber had 885 yards and a 3.7 yards per carry average with 7 touchdowns last year.  He also had 52 catches out of the backfield to help Romo out.  Dallas seems to be lacking impact players and playmakers that can break a game wide open.  That is a potential problem for 2009.

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