Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds After Day 1 Of Free Agency

  • The Dallas Cowboys have +2200 odds to win Super Bowl 55 post-Amari Cooper Signing.
  • Amari Cooper signed a 5-year $100 million-dollar deal with the Cowboys on Monday.
  • The Cowboys placed the exclusive franchise tag on quarterback Dak Prescott.

DALLAS - The Dallas Cowboys front office has been busy this offseason after a disappointing 8-8 finish to the 2019 season. They fired long time head coach Jason Garrett, hired former Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy, and just made wide receiver Amari Cooper one of the highest paid pass catchers in the NFL.

Those moves still haven’t completed the Cowboys laundry list of offseason to-do items. However, Dallas did place the exclusive franchise tag on Prescott which does keep the quarterback from negotiating with other teams during free agency as the Cowboys try to get a long-term deal done.

How Much For Dak To Stay

When Prescott does sign the franchise tag or long term deal he should have a slight impact on the Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 55 betting odds. Dallas is currently listed at +2200 odds to win Super Bowl 55 which is tied with the Philadelphia Eagles for the fifth shortest odds.

Despite all of that the Cowboys still have to negotiate a long term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott before the July 15th deadline. Getting Prescott signed to a long-term deal is something the Cowboys have tried to get done, but Dak has used the inflated quarterback market to his advantage and will only see his salary increase the longer he waits.

Prescott is coming off a season where he set career highs in passing yards (4,902), touchdowns (30) and yards per attempt (8.2) which is another reason for the Cowboys to fork over more cash. His passing yards were the second-most in the NFL but the Cowboys still finished the 2019 season with an 8-8 record.

Either way, Prescott has made it known to the Cowboys front office that he will not report back to the team without a long-term deal in place.

Other Free Agency Deals Affecting Cowboys Odds

The Cowboys Super Bowl odds could become longer after the team lost its best cornerback Byron Jones in free agency to the Miami Dolphins and their team leader in sacks from a season ago signed with the Chicago Bears. The Cowboys will also be looking to replace a pass catcher as wide receiver Randall Cobb signed with the Houston Texans.

No player on the Dallas Cowboys roster has more of an impact on the teams Super Bowl odds than Dak Prescott when he signs a long-term deal expect the Cowboys +2200 odds to shrink.

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