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Betting on the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants 2011-2012

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Aug/28/2011
Betting on the Dallas Cowboys

Betting on the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Washington Redskins to win the 2011 NFC East and the 2012 Super Bowl (no offense to Redskins fans but it won’t be happening this year, sorry) could be found at Bookmaker, the oldest established North American online sportsbook.  Use online chat to assist when registering.  You can call to open an account.  Always use bonus code GAMBLING911 to get up to $2500 FREE CASH limited time only (see site for details). 

When betting on the Dallas Cowboys, consider this:

Their passing game is still a concern and must improve for the Cowboys to get back to their pre-2010 form.  Likewise, a lack of depth and a questionable offensive line could cause Dallas to lose games. 

With Rob Ryan taking over as the new defensive coordinator, improvement are likely, just not right away.  This is, after all,a defensive unit that ranked 23rd last season.  Ryan has his work cut out for him. 

Special teams should succeed but David Buehler did miss 3 of 7 attempts from 30 to 39 yards last season. 

The Cowboys need to grow up fast and adapt to Ryan’s new defensive scheme but we see potential for winning the division and the OVER 9 regular season games.   Unless this team completely implodes, winning 10 regular season games should be an absolute cakewalk with 7 teams coming to Dallas that barely played .500 football last season or worse, and two winnable games on the road in San Francisco and Washington.  Odds are somewhat good that the Cowboys can either split their series with Philadelphia or win one of their more challenging games (i.e. in Tampa, Arizona, etc..).  We would also question whether the Giants game in Week 17 will really matter (to New York). 

 

Futures Betting Value Index:

Dallas Cowboys to win the 2012 Super Bowl 25/1 – Fair

Dallas Cowboys to win the 2011 NFC East  3/1 – Fair

Dallas Cowboys to win OVER 9 regular season games - Good

 

For Gambling911.com, our feeling is that the price on Dallas could be a little better for each of the future betting offerings due to the fact that Philadelphia is in this division and looks like the best Eagles team we’ve seen in years (though we tend to say this every season).

The Eagles have been downgraded on our futures betting value index to win the 2012 Super Bowl, not because we don’t think they can, but because their odds were slashed from 6/1 to just under 5/1 in the past week since our last report. 

Philadelphia has signed two Pro Bowl DBs and a Pro Bowl defensive end during the offseason while bringing back most of Philadelphia's offensive weapons.  There is little indeed to get in the way of the Eagles flight to the Super Bowl than that little thing called “the injury bug”. 

Everything suggeststhis will be a great Eagles team, everything except past seasons that suggested the same and failed to delivery. 

 

Philadelphia Eagles odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl 5/1 – Good

Philadelphia Eagles odds to win the NFC East -200 – Fair

Philadelphia Eagles odds to win OVER 10.5 regular season games -170 – Poor (due primarily to the price)

 

And do the New York Giants have what it takes this year to win?

We at Gambling911.com are not exactly gung ho about New York this year (nor are their fans it seems), but anything is possible.  There is some good news in that the Giants will be playing under the radar with such high expectations for Philadelphia. 

The value, in terms of pricing, simply is not there.

 

Futures Betting Value Index:

New York Giants odds to win the NFC East +350 – Fair

New York Giants odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl 20/1 – Poor

New York Giants OVER/UNDER 9.5 regular season wins - Poor

 

Odds to win the NFC East 2011-2012

Dallas Cowboys - 3/1

New York Giants - 3/1

Philadelphia Eagles - 1/2

Washington Redskins 25/1

 

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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