One of the most popular NFC East teams of the NFL are the Dallas Cowboys who play their home games at the AT & T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys are possibly the best supported team in the nation as is evident by their streak of 190 consecutive sold-out regular and post-season games, both home and away, that began in 2002. The franchise shares the record for most Super Bowl appearances (8) with the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, and Denver Broncos, part of the reason for the Cowboys’ popularity .
Of those eight Super Bowl appearances, the Cowboys have won five but haven't won since 1995.
Since 2010, it has been something of a transitional period for the Cowboys. They finished third in the NFC East for three season, before finishing second in 2013, and topping the division in 2014 with a 12-4 record.
However, 2015 was bitterly disappointing and they slumped to a 4-12 record to finish bottom of NFC East. Injuries to key players played their part, fans will be hoping that is all it was.
One of those who suffered injuries was quarterback Tony Romo, who is capable of putting up some superb numbers, and should help the Cowboys’ poor passing yardage (3,471 yards in 2015) by a considerable margin.
Best Dallas Cowboys Betting Lines
Huge sums of money are placed on Cowboys’ games each week, which can effect what the best Dallas Cowboys betting lines are. Keep up to date with the handy widget below.
Dallas Cowboys Regular Season Schedule
The Cowboys only won one game at home in 2015-16, and this is something that has to vastly improve if they are to challenge for any sort of honors this time around.
Plan your betting in precise detail by using the calendar widget below that shows the full Dallas Cowboys regular season schedule, and much more besides.
What Are The Dallas Cowboys Standings
If preseason odds are correct, Dallas Cowboys should top the NFC East division. Is that looking likely? The Dallas Cowboys standings can be found in the table below.
How To Win Dallas Cowboys Bets
Early odds of +163 on the Cowboys winning the NFC East division look tempting if you believe they can turn around their poor 2015-16 showing. If not, you may want to look elsewhere for some value.
Bookmakers are confident the Cowboys will have a good season and price them at +1200, sixth favorites for the NFC Conference title, although we believe these odds should be much longer.