- The Dallas Cowboys have +2800 odds to win the Super Bowl, the 10th-shortest of any team.
- However, Dallas is just -140 to make the playoffs and +120 to win the NFC East.
DALLAS – The Dallas Cowboys are being listed as a top 10 team on their Super Bowl odds, but are barely thought to be the best team in their own division.
Dallas Cowboys 2020 Season
The results were likely more of an outlier as playing with a backup quarterback in the NFL is a tough ask, but the team made efforts to improve in the offseason, especially on the defensive side of the ball.
Cowboys Offseason Acquisitions
- Malik Hooker, S
- Keanu Neal, LB/S
- Micha Parsons, LB
- Kelvin Joseph, CB
- Osa Odighizuwa, DT
- Nashon Wright, CB
- Jabril Cox, LSU
- Tarrell Basham, DE
- Carlos Watkins, DT
- Damontae Kazee, S
- Jeremy Sprinkle, TE
The Cowboys' defense definitely needed improvement as the team allowed 158.3 rushing yards per game which were the second-most in the NFL. The 29.6 points allowed per game also wasn’t too good as it put them as one of the bottom-five scoring defenses in the league.
In fact, the 473 points allowed were the most in franchise history.
Cowboys 2021 Season Odds
The Cowboys are the 10th option on NFL betting sites in terms of Super Bowl odds as they sit at +2800. Although, those may be too short considering the rest of the team’s season projections.
Dallas has just +120 odds to win the NFC East which is thought to be one of the worst divisions in the league. With their win total sitting at 9.5 wins and the Over having -120 odds, their playoff hopes aren’t as guaranteed as one may expect.
Dallas Cowboys To Make The Playoffs
- Yes -140
- No +110
The Cowboys’ odds are in an interesting spot where their Super Bowl odds could be extremely overvalued while their division odds and win totals could be worth investing in.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.