What to Know: Dallas bounced back from a sub-par 2017 season to win their second division title in three years in 2018 and advanced a round in the NFC playoffs, eventually losing to the NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams. This year the Cowboys should have another good season and the pressure is on head coach Jason Garrett to advance further in the playoffs.
Best Players: Running back Ezekiel Elliott is the team’s best all-around player and one of the best running backs in the National Football League. Wide receiver Amani Cooper, picked up in the middle of the 2018 season, helped the team turn around its season and make the playoffs. Having him all season will be a boost for the Cowboys. Quarterback Dak Prescott doesn’t always put up big numbers, but he’s tough and he knows how to win.
Super Bowl Odds: Dallas is 25-1, which might be a dent bet, because the team will certainly be a contender.
How to Bet: Be very careful when betting on the Cowboys. Because they have such a wide fan base, they don’t call themselves “America’s Team’’ for nothing, they sometimes get overbet, which results in an inflated line. Including their two playoff games last year, the Cowboys were just 9-9 against the spread last season.