The Cowboys lead the all-time series with a score of 3-2 although the Texans won the most recent meeting by a score of 19-16 in extra time in 2018. The two most recent meetings have been in extra time. , with the Cowboys winning 20-17 in 2014).
Here’s everything you need from a betting perspective on the Texans-Cowboys game, from spread, money flow, Over/Under totals and expert selection (odds over Bet FOX):
Latest predictions give Cowboys 29% chance of winning Super Bowl
Dallas has won three games in a row and takes the top spot in the post-season Soccer Power Index predictions.
Spread Point: Cowboy -16.5 (Cowboys have priority to get over 16.5 points, otherwise the Texans will cover)
Cash flow: Cowboys -1250 favorites to win (bet $10 to win a total of $10.80); Texas +750 weaker team to win (bet 10$ to win total 85$)
Total Over/Under points: 44.5 points scored by both teams combined
Pick through FOX’s NFL Sports Analyst Geoff Schwartz:
There are two types of bad teams in the NFL.
We have interesting bad teams who always play close matches but can’t come out on top with wins — like Chicago bear. Yes, they score a lot of points and have an electric midfielder, but they can’t win football games.
On the other hand, there are lousy football teams that stink and aren’t fun to watch – like the Texans who only won once.
The Texans are the 31st scoring team in the NFL (scream with country music in last place) and moved back to Davis Factory to lead their offense behind his bench. Their defense ranks 32nd in efficiency. Nothing else to say other than this team is rotten.
Also, the Texans have only participated in two of their last nine games, even if they are the weaker teams.
And then you have teams like the Dallas Cowboys, who are improving every week. They just defeated pony 54-19, and Dak Prescott efficiency numbers are increasing. With this improved passing game, run back Tony Pollard is proving that he is number one running again. In the last six games, he has averaged 93 yards per game, with nearly 6 yards per shot.
It’s never wise to bet on teams that place a 16.5-point spread, so I’d rather focus on backing bets.
With the Cowboys winning big in the second half of this game, I expect Pollard to get plenty of carry. The Texans allow for the most rush yards in the NFL, and Pollard will head here.
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