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What Is The Payout If The Cowboys Win Versus The Bucs Week 1

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/05/2021

The Cowboys pay nearly $30 on every $10 with an outright win against the reigning Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Bucs Thursday night in the first NFL game of the 2021 season.  On the spread, Dallas can lose (cover) by a touchdown.

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The Cowboys haven’t played in the NFC Championship Game since 1995, the last time they won a Super Bowl.  Oddsmakers have Dallas as a middle-of-the-pack team paying out $2800 on every $100 bet with a 2021 Super Bowl victory.

The Cowboys are favored to win at least 9 regular season games with the UNDER priced at -125 and OVER -105.

They pay $15 for every $10 bet to win the NFC East as the favorites.  There is definitely some good value here.

While it is true that the Buccaneers are much improved with Tom Brady and other role players, Dallas has beaten them four of five times over the last decade.  Even the loss was by a mere 4 points.

Cowboys starting quarterback Dak Prescott is excited to return following a series of injuries. He missed the final 11 games of the 2020 season after suffering a latissimus strain in his right shoulder.  Prescott says he is feeling 100 percent.

"I'm definitely ready. I'm excited," he said after Friday's practice in full pads. "I put in a lot of work to get to this point. Whether it was months ago, rehabbing the ankle, to the last few [weeks] keeping the feet working while I was letting my arm rest. There is so much work I put into this I'm just excited to go out there and be a part of the full game. Just being out there with my brothers and being able to do something I love."

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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