|Written by Michael|
Bet on the NFL Exciting battle for the botton of the NFC East Conference. The exciting third place Washington Redskins travel to beautiful Dallas, Texas to take on the fourth place Cowboys. This exciting, although meaningless, game takes place on December 19th so make sure to spice the game up with a online bet for your favorite losing team. Thankfully, the rivalry between the Redskins and the Cowboys is more than enough to make up for the lackluster performances of both teams this season.
Both teams have recently experienced narrow losses on their home turfs, although the Washington team loss may have been the more damaging one. They lost their game on a terrible field goal, which resulted in a loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a score of 17-16. On the other hand, the Dallas Cowboys lost a battle of a game to the Philadelphia Eagles, score 30-27.
Albert Haynesworth is done with the Washington Redskins and since his distracting presence is now in the team's past, it is time for this defense to move on to better things and hopefully more wins. Honestly, there is no other direction to go but up with the Redskins defensive teams. The have the dubious distinction of being the worst defense in the NFL this season, which should be a hint for everyone looking to place a bet on this football game with a sportsbook. They give up an average of 400 yards per game, and the matchup against the Cowboys should not be much different.
Sportsbook odds have the Cowboys as the minus 6 point home favorites, with the total over under at 45. Place your bet on football today and make sure you don't miss this exciting opportunity!
The Dallas Cowboys finally discovered they have a running game over the last few weeks' matchups, and this game could be another showcase of the Dallas team running the ball over and over again. Jon Kitna is filling in remarkably well for Tony Romo this season. In fact, he is actually putting together a year that will compete with any of Romo's past few NFL seasons.
However, the loss of Dez Bryant does damage this team. Thankfully, they have plenty of Plan B's and are not afraid to use them. Their passing game is reliably racking up over 275 yards per game. Thus, the Dallas Cowboys offense has a distinct advantage over the Washington Redskins defense.
As well, the Cowboys defense has been able to do a pretty decent job against teams running the ball, yielding over 110 yards on the ground. The most pressing concern for the Cowboys defensive team is their cover corners. A number of football teams this year have taken advantage of the weak corners of Cowboys and, as a reult, they are giving up over 244 yards per game when teams pass the ball.