Bet the Dallas Cowboys vs. Saints Thursday Night, Latest Line

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Mary Montgomery
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You can bet the Dallas Cowboys online as a +7.5 home dog versus the red hot New Orleans Saints Thursday night.

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Odds to win 2018-19 Super Bowl LIII (2/3/19)  PLACE YOUR BETS HERE
Team Odds
New Orleans Saints 11/4
Los Angeles Rams 4/1
Kansas City Chiefs 9/2
New England Patriots 6/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 10/1
Chicago Bears 16/1
Minnesota Vikings 20/1
Los Angeles Chargers 25/1
Baltimore Ravens 33/1
Dallas Cowboys 33/1
Houston Texans 33/1
Indianapolis Colts 33/1
Philadelphia Eagles 33/1
Seattle Seahawks 40/1
Carolina Panthers 66/1
Denver Broncos 66/1
Green Bay Packers 66/1
Cleveland Browns 100/1
Tennessee Titans 100/1
Atlanta Falcons 250/1
Buffalo Bills 250/1
Cincinnati Bengals 250/1
Detroit Lions 250/1
Miami Dolphins 250/1
Washington Redskins 250/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 500/1
New York Giants 500/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 500/1
Arizona Cardinals 2500/1
New York Jets 2500/1
Oakland Raiders 2500/1
San Francisco 49ers 2500/1

This is a critical game for the Dallas Cowboys, who will want to maintain the lead in a very tight division that includes the Redskins and Eagles.

The New Orleans Saints are simply looking to avoid the second loss of the season.

From ESPN.com: "A third consecutive victory, coinciding with the Redskins' third loss in four games, has the Cowboys in first place for the moment. It'll get tougher in Week 12, when the Cowboys host the Saints. But the Redskins look cooked. Backup quarterback Colt McCoy inspired no confidence on Thursday that he can pilot this team to the playoffs. If the Redskins' fall continues and the Philadelphia Eagles fail to catch fire, do the Cowboys win the division by default?"

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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