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Dallas Cowboys NFL Betting

Dallas Cowboys NFL Betting

It’s now been more than 25 years since the last time the Dallas Cowboys made it to the NFC Championship Game. Dallas fell to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional Round after smashing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card Round in the postseason. They continue to watch their contemporaries and other teams that have had a similar amount of historic success continue to win over the last decade or so, but they have failed to add any major trophies of their own. That puts this franchise at a crossroads going into the offseason, as the Cowboys have no cap room at all.

Dallas Cowboys 2022 Season Recap

Dak Prescott suffered a broken thumb in Week 1’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys, but Cooper Rush was able to keep the ship steady while Prescott was out. Rush led Dallas to a 4-1 record until Prescott was able to return in Week 7’s win over Detroit and lead the team to a win. The Cowboys went on to post an 8-3 record after Prescott returned with two of those losses coming in overtime on the road against Green Bay and Jacksonville.

Prescott did not have a good season. In 12 games, he completed 66.2% of his passes for 2,860 yards with 23 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. He was more turnover prone than he’s ever been during his NFL career with 1.25 interceptions a game, and that comes on the heels of Prescott signing a four-year, $160 million contract in March 2021.

Unless he is willing to take a steep pay cut, we have seen the last of Ezekiel Elliott in the Metroplex. Elliott ran the ball for 876 yards and 12 touchdowns this season, but he only averaged 3.8 YPC as he was surpassed by the more reasonably priced Tony Pollard. Zeke signed an absurd six-year, $90 million extension prior to the start of the 2019 season, but there is an out after this season that the Cowboys will almost certainly take in order to walk away from the rest of Elliott’s contract. Meanwhile, Pollard is an unrestricted free agent too, but he is expected to be much more reasonable in his contract demands after making just $3.2 million in his first four seasons as a fourth-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

The star of the receiving corps is CeeDee Lamb. The third-year receiver out of Oklahoma has made the Pro Bowl in back-to-back seasons, and he was selected to his first All-Pro team this season after hauling in 107 passes for 1,359 yards and nine touchdowns. Tight end Dalton Schultz is an above average tight end, but neither Noah Brown nor Michael Gallup stepped up to become a solid No. 2 receiver.

This offensive line is one of the best in the NFL. Standout right tackle Tyron Smith was injured most of the year, and that allowed first-round pick Tyler Smith to flourish in his rookie season. Zack Martin was a First Team All-Pro selection for the sixth time in his career, and he is almost certainly going to be in Canton one day.

Dallas had a very good defense led by second-year linebacker Micah Parsons. He was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2021, and he has been a First Team All-Pro in each of his first two seasons. Parsons is one of the best pass rushers in the NFL, leading Dallas with 13.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss. Dorance Armstrong had a nice year too as a situational pass rusher with 8.5 sacks and 10 TFL, and the Cowboys ended up recording 54 sacks.

Dallas Cowboys Schedule & Results

Week 1 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 3-19 0-1
Week 2 vs. Cincinnati Bengals W 20-17 1-1
Week 3 at New York Giants W 23-16 2-1
Week 4 vs. Washington Commanders W 25-10 3-1
Week 5 at Los Angeles Rams W 22-10 4-1
Week 6 at Philadelphia Eagles L 17-26 4-2
Week 7 vs. Detroit Lions W 24-6 5-2
Week 8 vs. Chicago Bears W 49-29 6-2
Week 9 BYE
Week 10 at Green Bay Packers L 28-31 (OT) 6-3
Week 11 at Minnesota Vikings W 40-3 7-3
Week 12 vs. New York Giants W 28-20 8-3
Week 13 vs. Indianapolis Colts W 54-19 9-3
Week 14 vs. Houston Texans W 27-23 10-3
Week 15 at Jacksonville Jaguars L 34-40 (OT) 10-4
Week 16 vs. Philadelphia Eagles W 40-34 11-4
Week 17 at Tennessee Titans W 27-13 12-4
Week 18 at Washington Commanders L 6-26 12-5

Dallas will open the season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the second straight year. This time the game is at Jerry World on NBC Sunday Night Football.

Two of the Cowboys’ NFC East rivalry games will be featured on prime time TV. The Cowboys are at the New York Giants on ESPN Monday Night Football in week three with an ABC simulcast. The Cowboys are at the Philadelphia Eagles on NBC Sunday Night Football in week six.

NBC Sunday Night Football will be in Dallas for week 13 as the Indianapolis Colts pay a visit. And then, in week 17, the Cowboys are at the Tennessee Titans for a Thursday Night Prime Video matchup.

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Dallas Cowboys Past Seasons (2000)

2022 12-5 Lost Divisional Round
2021 12-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2020 6-10 None
2019 8-8 None
2018 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2017 9-7 None
2016 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2015 4-12 None
2014 12-4 Lost Divisional Round
2013 8-8 None
2012 8-8 None
2011 8-8 None
2010 6-10 None
2009 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
2008 9-7 None
2007 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2006 9-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2005 9-7 None
2004 6-10 None
2003 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2002 5-11 None
2001 5-11 None
2000 5-11 None

Few teams can match the rich history of the Dallas Cowboys. Especially when you consider that the Cowboys were born as a nuclear weapon. In 1960 the American Football League was formed by Dallas resident Lamar Hunt. Hunt founded the league and its franchise, the Dallas Texans because the NFL would not grant him an expansion team. However, once the AFL and the Texans were launched, the NFL expanded to Dallas. The Cowboys were created to destroy the AFL and the Texans.

From 1960 through 1965, the Cowboys never had a winning season. But starting in 1966, the Cowboys became the most successful franchise in the NFL. From 1966 through 1985, the Cowboys missed the NFL Playoffs just two times. Dallas won two Super Bowls in that span out of five appearances. President Tex Schramm, scout Gil Brandt, coach Tom Landry, and quarterbacks Don Meredith and Rodger Staubach were the key contributors to those Glory Years. So too was the Doomsday Defense the stuff of legends in those days.

But by 1989, the Cowboys ran out of steam and money. Jerry Jones bought the franchise and hired Jimmy Johnson as head coach. After going 1-15 in 1989, the Cowboys were Super Bowl champions in 1992 and 1993. After Johnson left in an ego struggle with Jones, caretaker coach Barry Switzer led Dallas to their last Super Bowl title in 1995.

Jerry Jones has made the Cowboys the most valuable franchise in sports. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame because of his dynamic business ability. But as much as Jones wants it, he still gets no credit for his football acumen nor deserves it. Dallas has never made a Super Bowl without a Jimmy Johnson-constructed team.

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