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Dallas Cowboys 2010 NFL Football Future Lines

Dallas Cowboys Betting Odds – NFL Football Future Lines

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Let’s take a look at the numbers:

Last season – 11-5 SU, 9-7 ATS
Projection this season – 12-4 (first in NFC East)

Assuming the Cowboys don’t splinter under the pressure placed on them by Super Bowl-or-the-season-is-a-total-loss owner Jerry Jones, this should be a decent season in Big D. At least all the pieces are in place in a division inhabited by three opponents who are significantly flawed.

The Boys have a lights-out offense that is only strengthened by the arrival of college hot-shot Dez Bryant and quarterbacked by an experienced Tony Romo. Romo had the third-most passing yards in the league last season (4,483), more than the totals posted by Brady, Brees, Rivers, Favre and Warner. Heady stuff. If Miles Austin can come anywhere near last season’s production, the Cowboys could be scary good through the air.

Could is the operative word here, because Romo always seems to figure out a way to fudge things up, whether it’s dropping the ball while holding for a gimmee field goal or throwing a couple of interceptions in the playoff loss in Minnesota last season.

And fans can no longer blame Jessica Simpson for Romo’s mess-ups.

There are more offensive weapons. Dallas has more depth at running back than any team in the league with Tashard Choice a viable option when (not if) Felix Jones and Marion Barber get hurt. And Romo has old buddy tight end Jason Witten as a safety valve.

With all the glamour at offense, it’s easy to forget that Dallas gave up – by far – the fewest points in NFC West last season (250), even if things unraveled in the 34-3 Minnesota playoff loss.

The defense also has its share of playmakers. Nose tackle Jay Ratliff is flanked by ends Igor Olshansky and Marcus Spears. DeMarcus Ware needs no introduction, and you would have to search the NFC long and hard to find a better corner tandem than Terence Newman and Mike Jenkins.

THE WAY IT LOOKS NOW – Super Bowl, right? Not so fast. In the end they Cowboys could again fall victim to Jones’s ego. Having a coach (Wade Philips) who will cede much of the limelight to the owner-general manager assures that Dallas will always have a fragile locker room with limited accountability. And don’t underestimate the damage that can be done by hubris in and pressure applied by the owner.

This team will feel the Texas heat in every game. If the Cowboys can deal with that effectively, the season may indeed end in the Super Bowl.

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Lawrence Paul is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog, and is a free-lance gambling and travel writer from Massachusetts.

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