2018 Dallas Cowboys NFL Betting Odds and Schedule
The Dak Pak is back and betting sites for NFL know it. The bad news is Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott set the bar for themselves way up high in 2016. As a result, there was no way they could match their rookie season. Let alone improve it. The good news is they set the bar so low last season, they couldn’t do worse if they tried. Moreover, you can’t give on a couple of kids after just two seasons. On the contrary, the youth movement continues to march forward in Dallas. Exhibit A: tight end Jason Witten retired in May after 15 years with the Boys. Exhibit B: wide receiver Dez Bryant was released in April following seven seasons in Dallas. It’s a young man’s game. Just ask Tony Romo.
2018 Dallas Cowboys best online sportsbooks odds
- Super Bowl LIII Odds to Win: +1600
- To win the NFC Championship: +800
- To win the NFC East Division: +280
- Win totals: 8
Odds taken from MyBookie.ag sportsbook, one of the most outstanding betting sites for NFL.
So the Cowboys have a young, up-and-coming QB in Prescott. Also, they have one of the best running backs in league in Elliott. And they have a fearsome offensive line. In other words, they have the passing game and the running game covered. But what about the receiving game? Dallas lacks a big-name wide receiver. Dez Bryant is no Julio Jones. He’s no Antonio Brown either. But he was probably the best the Cowboys had in that position.
Having said that, betting sites for NFL shouldn’t underestimate Dallas on account of that. The Patriots’ best receivers are arguably Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski. The former was out for the season last year. And the latter is more fragile than Humpty Dumpty. Nonetheless, the Pats still managed to make the Super Bowl. No single individual really stood out in their receiving corps. But their receiving corps as a whole got the job done. So must Allen Hurns, Cole Beasley, Tavon Austin, Terrance Williams or Michael Gallup in Dallas.
2018 Dallas Cowboys regular season schedule
- Week 1 September 9 3:25 p.m. at Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
- Week 2 September 16 7:20 p.m. New York Giants AT&T Stadium
- Week 3 September 23 3:25 p.m. at Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
- Week 4 September 30 12:00 p.m. Detroit Lions AT&T Stadium
- Week 5 October 7 7:20 p.m. at Houston Texans NRG Stadium
- Week 6 October 14 3:25 p.m. Jacksonville Jaguars AT&T Stadium
- Week 7 October 21 3:25 p.m. vs. Washington Redskins FedExField
- Week 8 Bye
- Week 9 November 5 7:15 p.m. Tennessee Titans AT&T Stadium
- Week 10 November 11 7:20 p.m. at Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
- Week 11 November 18 12:00 p.m. Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium
- Week 12 November 22 3:30 p.m. Washington Redskins AT&T Stadium
- Week 13 November 29 7:20 p.m. New Orleans Saints AT&T Stadium
- Week 14 December 9 3:25 p.m. Philadelphia Eagles AT&T Stadium
- Week 15 December 16 12:00 p.m. at Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium
- Week 16 December 23 12:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Buccaneers AT&T Stadium
- Week 17 December 30 12:00 p.m. at New York Giants MetLife Stadium
And their road schedule
At Carolina Panthers. The Boys have not lost on the road to the Panthers since the 2003 NFC Wild Card game. Carolina won 29-10 on that occasion.
At Seattle Seahawks. The Cowboys prevailed in their last trip to Seattle, 30-23 in 2014.
At Houston Texans. Dallas leads the short all-time series 3-1-0. That includes a loss (2002) and a win (2010) in Houston.
At Washington Redskins. The Cowboys swept the Skins in 2016 and 2017.
At Philadelphia Eagles. Dallas was one of only three teams to beat the Super Bowl Champions last season. The Cowboys defeated the Eagles 13-3 at Lincoln Financial Field.
At Atlanta Falcons. The Boys have dropped three straight to the Falcons, including two games in the Lost City of Atlanta.
At Indianapolis Colts. The Cowboys held off the Colts 38-35 in OT in Indy in 2010.
At New York Giants. Dallas swept the Giants in 2017.