NFL betting odds handicappers know that the Cowboys must try and turn the tide of momentum and confidence after their end of season collapse in 2008 against the NFL betting lines. A large intangible into the Dallas Cowboys preseason NFL betting odds will be their new stadium.
The Cowboys must try and regain the confidence of their fans, who are paying huge prices to watch them pay at this new palace of football. That could end up working in Dallas’ favor against the NFL betting lines. The Cowboys will open preseason action against the NFL betting odds at Oakland against the Raiders.
The Raiders are another team trying to establish a better mood and vibe in the preseason and could be motivated in their first game against the preseason NFL betting odds at home.
Oakland also may have a quarterback controversy brewing as Jeff Garcia has arrived from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and has stated that he wants to compete for the number one job.
Another intangible that might work against the Cowboys and the NFL betting odds is that the will play their first ever game in their new stadium the following week and might be looking ahead.
Dallas will host the Tennessee Titans on Friday, August 21 and will likely be more motivated than usual to defeat the NFL betting odds in that inaugural game. Beyond that Tennessee is a veteran playoff contender with little reason to go all out against the NFL betting odds.
Dallas will then host the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday, August 29 in their third preseason game against the NFL betting odds. The 49ers are rejuvenated for new coach Mike Singletary and figure to want to continue their momentum built at the end of last year.
But Dallas will again likely want to show well for the home fans before wrapping up the preseason with a game at Minnesota against the Vikings on Friday, September 4.
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