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NFL Gambling - Cowboys vs Eagles

NFL gambling handicappers will have a first place NFC East Division showdown to handicap with the NFL odds and two resurgent teams that have the hot hand.

NFL gambling has seen the Dallas Cowboys win three consecutive games straight up with 2 consecutive payouts with the NFL odds heading into this week. The Philadelphia Eagles have a two game NFL gambling win streak and have gone 4-1 with the NFL odds in their last 5 games overall.

Both the Cowboys and the Eagles have NFL gambling records of 5-2 straight up which ties them for first place in the NFC East.  The Dallas Cowboys have had impressive NFL gambling performances on both sides of the line and now rank 6th overall in scoring and 10th overall in points allowed.

Dallas is coming off a 38-17 blowout win over Seattle with the NFL odds as 10-point NFL gambling home favorites.  It was the 5th time in 7 games that Dallas went over the NFL gambling total.

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off their most impressive NFL gambling win of the season so far as they destroyed the New York Giants last week 40-17 as 1-point road dogs.  Philadelphia ranks 3rd in NFL gambling for points scored and 8th for points allowed.

This game is a NFL gambling rematch from the unforgettable season finale last year when Dallas blew their chance at the playoffs with a 6-44 blowout loss at Philadelphia, who stole the playoff spot with the win.  Dallas quarterback Tony Romo has steadily improved as the NFL gambling season has progressed.

He now has a quarterback rating of 96.8 with 12 touchdown passes and just 4 interceptions.  Donovan McNabb has been even better for Philadelphia as he has a quarterback rating of 103.2 and a 9/1 touchdown to interception ratio.  Dallas coach Wade Phillips is pleased with his team’s progress.

“I think our team is playing well right now,” said Phillips.  “At this point in this season, that’s where we are. Three weeks ago, I might not have said that, but things change quickly in this league, and you can make change, and that’s why you play the games.”  Dallas has gotten the cash in just 3 out of their last 10 trips to Philadelphia.