What was the spread on Cowboys game?

Cowboys vs. Washington spread: Cowboys -9.

Does Dallas cover the spread?

The regular season ended with Unders hitting at 53%, the highest rate since 2017. The Dallas Cowboys finish at 13-4 against the spread, the best record in the league, while the Jaguars and Panthers both finished 6-11 and at the bottom.

What is the spread on the Dallas Philly game?

The average point total in Eagles home games this season is 46.9 points, 2.4 more than this outing’s over/under (44.5). Dallas is 7-1 against the spread, and 6-2 overall, away from home. On the road, the Cowboys are unbeaten ATS (4-0) as 3.5-point favorites or more.

Why are the Cowboys not playing Washington?

Various news outlets are as of Friday reporting that the NFL is postponing Week 14 games, including Washington vs. Philadelphia, because of the COVID breakout among some teams. The Dallas Cowboys are not on that list, with no player presently in COVID protocol as receiver Cedrick Wilson rejoined the team on Friday.

Who is favored in the Dallas game?

The Cowboys are three-point home favorites in Sunday’s wild-card matchup against the 49ers.

What are the odds on the Dallas game tonight?

The Cowboys are a 4.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. The Cowboys are -230 on the money line and the Saints are +180. The over/under for the game is set at 47.5 points.

Which NFL teams cover the spread the most?

The New England Patriots have covered the most spreads by a team, covering the spread 378 times.

What is the Cowboys record against the spread?

Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys comfortably covered the spread (-3.5) in a win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 18….This Share.

Team ATS Record Cover Pct.
Cowboys 13-4-0 76.5%
Packers 12-5-0 70.6%
Lions 11-6-0 64.7%
Bills 9-6-2 60.0%

What happened on Washington bench?

Frustrations Play Out on ‘W’ Bench That bench was the scene of frustration that played out on national television. It was the second quarter, Dallas was up 28-7 when Washington defensive tackles Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne got into a scuffle captured during the Sunday Night Football broadcast.