Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

The Dallas Cowboys were one of the favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl, but the team that finished with the second best record in the NFL last season, stumbled out of the gates and have a 2-3 record to start the season.

Thanks to their start, their odds to win the Super Bowl have dropped to +2500. Yes, that is correct, current Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl odds are sitting at +2500!

The Cowboys have lost their last two games and three of their last four games, but they are coming off a bye week, which means they’ve had an extra week to figure out what they are doing wrong and get ready for the second half of the season.

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

Ezekiel Elliott, the leading rusher in the NFL last season hasn’t been dominant this year and has only 393 yards this season, with his first 100 rushing yard game of the season coming against the Green Bay Packers before their bye week.

Elliott still faces a suspension by the league for domestic abuse allegations, but he was granted a temporary restraining order that will allow him to play through October 30. If the suspension is restored, Elliott will be forced to miss six games, which will reduce the Cowboys’ chances of making the playoffs.

Offensively, the Cowboys are scoring 25 points per game, which is good for ninth in the league this year. Dak Prescott, who won the Rookie of the Year award last season has pickup up where he left off and has been one of the few bright spots for the Cowboys this year.

Defensively, Dallas has struggled and the team currently gives up 26.4 points per game, which is 29th in the league. Their defense is expected to get better in the second half of the season, with linebacker Sean Lee coming back from injury. If the Cowboys want a chance to make it to Superbowl 52 they need their whole team back, healthy and not suspended.

The biggest problem their defense has this year is they haven’t been able to create turnovers. If they can start causing turnovers, they will put their offense in better scoring situations, which should help them win more games.

Dallas still has a tough road ahead, but they have a couple of winnable games coming up. If they can get back above .500, they should have enough confidence to make a playoff push.

December 5, 2017 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments

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