Dallas Cowboys 2010 Super Bowl Odds

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Dan Shapiro
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Dallas Cowboys 2010 Super Bowl Odds

Considering that the Dallas Cowboys just beat the New Orleans Saints Saturday night in a shocker that handed the Saints their first loss of the season, now it might be time to start looking at the Dallas Cowboys 2010 Super Bowl odds (found at SBG Global).  Let's face it, the Cowboys just beat a team that most believed was destined to go to the Super Bowl.  If Dallas can beat New Orleans, one must think they can beat anybody.

The Cowboys got their second win over a team with a 10-0 record or better; they beat the 11-0 Redskins in Nov. 1991.

Tony Romo is 6-10 as a starter in December. He was 22 for 34 for 312 yards and a TD. He has six scoring passes and no interceptions in three games this December, with a passer rating of 109.7.

The Cowboys, now 9-5, are on the hunt for a Playoffs berth with the Philadelphia Eagles leading the NFC East but once heavily favored New York Giants faltering.

In order for the Giants to make the Playoffs, they would have to win both of their final games while the Cowboys lose to the Redskins and Eagles.

The Cowboys Saturday night victory helped to sweeten the bitter taste of losing in December, something Dallas has become accustomed to in recent years with Romo at the helm as Quarterback.

Dallas Cowboys 2010 Super Bowl odds are available at SBG Global until game time Sunday and updated on Tuesday.  Don't forget to claim your FREE CASH BONUS when joining.

Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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