Redskins Vs. Cowboys – Thanksgiving Day Football Betting Odds | Predictions
When the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys clash on Thanksgiving Day, the top of the NFC East division will be in play. A win by the Cowboys will put them in the first place, and set the panic alarm off for the Redskins. The Cowboys opened as 9-point favorites at MyBookie.ag. During the week bettors could have found the line at -8, and now it’s at -7.5 points. I can see it dropping half a point and going with the Cowboys -7 by the time of the kickoff. 59% of the betting public is taking Washington with the points. There is still is not trust on the Cowboys. The total is at a low 40.5 points after it started at 41. Our odds are from Mybookie.ag. Deposit today for a 100% Welcome Bonus up to $1000.
Washington Redskins Vs. Dallas Cowboys Predictions
Spread: Cowboys -7.5
Money line: Washington +290 vs. Dallas -350
Game Total: 40.5
When: Thursday, November 21, 2018
Game Time: 4:30 PM ET
Venue: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
What’s the latest Cowboys betting form to face the Redskins?
Dallas has won two straight since laying an egg at home on MNF against the Tennessee Titans three weeks. Wins against the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons on the road are an impressive couple of weeks. Those wins are a boost of confidence for a team that many times outsmarted themselves with their offensive play call. I feel like coach Jason Garrett finally realized the road for success is to give the ball to Ezekiel Elliott and get out of the way. It took Garrett ten weeks and rumors of his job being on the line to get to that realization.
Zeke is a beast. I would say he’s arguably the best back in the NFL, right there with Todd Gurley. The reason we haven’t seen him shine like Gurley this season is that the Cowboys weren’t giving him the ball. Elliott has run for 273 yards and two scores in the last two wins. He added 115 receiving yards and another touchdown in those games. Just give Zeke the ball. Dallas has the third-best scoring defense in the NFL entering week 3. In a passing league, the Cowboys’ best chance to win is to play smash-mouth football. That still works in the NFL.
What’s the latest Redskins betting form to face the Cowboys?
Washington has dropped two of their last three games. Their loss to Houston last week was brutal. First, a pick-six in the red zone over Alex Smith turned what would have been a touchdown for the Redskins in a touchdown for the Texans. That’s a 14-point swing in one play. Then Smith had a gruesome injury and is lost for the rest of the season. I’m actually excited to see Colt McCoy for the rest of the year. I don’t think McCoy is your regular backup. He can ball, and we know this from his time in Texas. With a good offensive scheme, he can give the Cowboys some severe headaches. One of the most underrated features Colt brings to the table is his scrambling abilities. It’s not his most potent asset, but Dallas better be ready.
Washington is going to rely on Adrian Peterson, even more, this season and especially on Thanksgiving. All Day is from Texas and what better way to prove he’s not even close to the end of his career than by running all over the Cowboys. I don’t think the Cowboys should be more than a touchdown favorite over anybody this season; especially in a divisional matchup. Whenever we tend to trust Jason Garrett and Dallas, they seem to find a way to lose the game. I don’t trust them. I’m not there yet.
What’s the play? Redskins +7.5.