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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 Odds

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Jan/17/2010
Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 Odds

The Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 odds heading into Sunday were at +1100 coming into the post season at Sportsbetting.com (find odds here).  Should the Cowboys win on Sunday, expect their odds to be slashed dramatically, but there will still be value.  Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 odds will be available on Monday if they should happen to beat Minnesota.  Gambling911.com believes this is entirely possible.

Dallas has outscored the opposition 99-31 during its four-game winning streak, with 12 touchdowns in that span scored by three running backs and five receivers.

"A lot of guys can participate and a lot of guys can play their role and a lot of guys can come through for you," Dallas Head Coach Wade Phillips said. "That makes a difference."

Romo is also making a difference. The fourth-year starter is showing signs of maturity, completing 66.7 percent of his passes with six touchdowns and a 100.0 rating during the winning streak. Romo credits the wealth of offensive options at his disposal for the recent success.

"It's problematic when all of the sudden you see Patrick Crayton catching balls on third down, then you see Tashard Choice getting a first down, then you see Roy (Williams)," Romo said. "It's tough, and that's part of what you try to do as an offense.

"If people want to double Jason (Witten) or Miles (Austin), we just kind of read the defense. We don't say 'I'm throwing it to Miles on this play.' It's allowed us to execute week in and week out."

Dallas' deep corps of running backs helps take pressure off Romo. A knee injury limited starter Marion Barber to three carries in last week's 34-14 opening-round victory over Philadelphia, but Choice and Felix Jones picked up the slack by combining for 190 yards on 30 carries, including a 73-yard score by Jones.

The victory snapped a six-game playoff losing streak for the Cowboys, who hadn't won in the postseason since a 40-15 home victory over the Vikings on Dec. 28, 1996.

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Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com 

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