Monday Night Football Week 9 Point Spread & Picks: Cowboys vs. Titans

Dallas Cowboys Season betting odds, predictions and analysis

According to best NFL betting sites, the Dallas Cowboys are 4.5-point home faves against the Tennessee Titans. The best online sportsbooks may have a newfound appreciation for the Boys. What with the arrival of wide receiver Amari Cooper and stuff. Dallas offensive coordinator Scott Linehan expects Cooper to hit the ground running. “He’s going to be starting at wide receiver and playing a significant amount of snaps,” Linehan said. “How many those are we’ll determine that a little bit more the day before the game. We’re not really easing him into the situation. He’s got a pretty big workload, and we’ll just keep an eye on him and see where he is and how much he plays in some situations. Right now there is no limit with what we do with him.”

Will this be the start of an affair to remember? Like the song says, “When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s Amari.”

Betting Tennessee Titans

The Titans have made their own additions to their roster. They resigned running back Jalston Fowler. Tennessee brought him back in the hopes he’ll be the Nino Brown to Derrick Henry’s Gee Money. So Henry better start putting in the numbers before Fowler makes change out of his $5 ass. Henry has only 273 yards on 84 touches. And he’s averaging just 3.3 yards per carry. Well, some mother f-bombers are always trying to ice skate up hill. Oh wait, that was Blade.

Betting Dallas Cowboys

Running back Ezekiel Elliott had just 33 yards on 15 touches before the bye. He couldn’t have hand-picked a better team to bounce back. The Titans are allowing 112 yards on the ground per game. Which is Zeke’s average per game at home this season. Moreover, the Boys as a whole average 175.7 rushing yards per game at AT&T Stadium.

And now for some NFL betting sites trends. Dallas is 9-4 SU and 10-3 ATS in their last 13 games following a bye week.

Tennessee Titans at Dallas Cowboys NFL Week 9 Betting Odds & Preview

  • Date: November 5
  • Time: 7:15 p.m. CT
  • Venue: AT&T Stadium


Odds from GTBets.eu:

  • Tennessee Titans +4½ (-110) 40 (-110) +180
  • Dallas Cowboys -4½ (-110) 40 (-110) -215


Tennessee Team Stats

Offense

  • Points per game: 15.1 (30th)
  • Total yards per game: 280.9 (30th)
  • Passing yards per game 173.0 (30th)
  • Rushing yards per game: 107.9 (19th)


Defense

  • Points allowed per game: 18.1 (3rd)
  • Total yards allowed per game: 338.7 (11th)
  • Passing yards allowed per game: 226.4 (9th)
  • Rushing yards allowed per game: 112.3 (19th)


Dallas Team Stats

Offense

  • Points per game: 20.0 (26th)
  • Total yards per game: 320.0 (28th)
  • Passing yards per game: 183.1 (29th)
  • Rushing yards per game: 136.9 (4th)


Defense

  • Points allowed per game: 17.6 (2nd)
  • Total yards allowed per game: 313.7 (3rd)
  • Passing yards allowed per game: 217.4 (3rd)
  • Rushing yards allowed per game: 96.3 (9th)


Betting Trends

  • Tennessee is 4-1 ATS in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Dallas
  • Tennessee is 4-2 ATS in its last 6 games
  • The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Tennessee’s last 6 games
  • The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Dallas’s last 11 games
  • Dallas is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games at home
  • Dallas is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games when playing at home against Tennessee


Our Pick:
Sometimes you have to go with the lesser of two evils. In this case that would be the Cowboys. But, if as an NFL betting sites user, you’ve no faith in either team, then bet on the over. The Boys have gone over the total in their last seven games following a bye.