NFL Odds: How To Bet Cowboys-Eagles, Point Spread, Over



the Dallas Cowboys (11-5) play Philadelphia Eagles (9-7) Saturday night in an NFC East Division squad clash for the playoffs.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NFL odds for Saturday night’s game between the Cowboys and the Eagles – point spread, cash margin, and total over / under (with all NFL odds via FOX Bet).

Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles (8:15 p.m. ET Saturday ESPN)

Point spread: Cowboys -6 (Favorite Cowboys to win by more than 6 points, otherwise the Eagles cover)
Moneyline: Cowboys -250 favorites up for grabs (bet $ 10 to win $ 14 total); Eagles +210 underdogs up for grabs (bet $ 10 to win $ 31 total)
Total score above / below: 45.5 points scored by both teams combined

Team betting trends

The Cowboys are 11-4-1 ATS this season (8-3-1 as favorite, 3-1 as underdog). The Eagles are 8-7-1 ATS this season (3-5 as an underdog, 5-2-1 as a favorite).

The Cowboys have hit the most in the over / under (O / U) seven times in 16 games this season. The Eagles have hit the most in the O / U nine times in 16 games this season.

The Cowboys are 11-8-1 ATS and 12-8 (SU) on the road against opponents NFC East since 2015, under-hitting in 13 of those games. The Eagles are 9-10-1 ATS and 14-6 SU at home against opponents in the NFC East since 2015.

Other things to know

The Cowboys, champions of the East Division, have practically locked the No.4 seed in the NFC. According to NFL Research, of the 32 different Week 18 scenarios for Dallas that don’t involve a tie, the Cowboys would retain the No.4 seed in 28 of them. There are two scenarios in which Dallas would move up to second and third.

The Eagles are the No.7 seed and could reach No.6 pending a win on Saturday and the outcome of the rest of the games.

Philadelphia coach Nick Sirianni said on a radio show he would consult with his assistant coaches and make a decision later in the week regarding the role of the starters. Additionally, the Eagles had 12 players landed on the reserve / COVID-19 roster this week.

The Cowboys will be without rookie Pro Bowl linebacker Micah Parsons, who was placed on the reserve / COVID-19 roster on Wednesday. Parsons is sixth in the NFL in sacks with 13.

Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott has 389 of 569 (68.4%) passes for 4,154 yards (eighth in the NFL), 32 touchdowns (also eighth) and 10 interceptions.

Ezekiel Elliott is seventh in the NFL for rushing with 915 yards on 219 carries (4.2 yards per attempt) with 10 touchdowns.

Receiver CeeDee Lamb has 77 catches for 1,057 yards (13.7 per catch) with six touchdowns.

Philadelphia leads the NFL on rushing, averaging 160.4 yards per game. The Cowboys are 15th against the rush, allowing an average of 110.6 rushing yards per game.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts, a Lamb’s college teammate with the Oklahoma Sooners, leads the Eagles on rushing with 784 yards on 139 carries (5.6 per attempt) with 10 TDs in 15 games, but is expected to rest.

Running back Miles Sanders has 137 carries for 754 yards (5.5 per attempt) in 12 games, but hasn’t reached the end zone. Jordan Howard has 86 carries for 406 yards (4.7 per carry) and three touchdowns in seven games.

Hurts has 265 assists for 432 (61.3%) for 3,144, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions.

Gardner Minshew, who is expected to start at quarterback, has an assist 22 for 27 (81.5%) for 253 yards and two touchdowns.

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