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Week 10 Odds: Dallas vs Jacksonville

The Dallas Cowboys (6-3) and Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8) will play at the Wembley Stadium in London at 1PM on Sunday. Cappers Picks provides free NFL picks throughout the entire season.

Dallas couldn’t get anything done on offense last week with Weeden at QB.

NFL Week 10 Picks

When: Sunday, Nov 9th 2014 at 1:00pm ET
Dallas vs. Jacksonville in London England
Where: Wembley Stadium
TV: FOX
NFL Week 10 Gambling Line: Cowboys –7.5
NFL Week 10 Gambling O/U Line: 45.5 Points
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Tony Romo will be back in the line-up this weekend and he won’t need to be 100% in order to be beat the hapless Jaguars.

Romo is going to play, as Dallas absolutely needs to win this game before their bye week. Jacksonville is a terrible team, but even they could potentially beat the Cowboys with Weeden starting at QB.

Another problem when Romo doesn’t play is that opposing defenses can zone in on the run. Arizona did a great job of bottling up DeMarco Murray. It was Murray’s first game with less than 100 rushing yards.

The Jaguars defense can’t stop anyone, as they allow 27.9 PPG (30th), 263.4 PYPG (25th) and 123.4 RYPG (24th). I’m sure Dallas will look to utilize Murray early and often to limit the wear and tear on Romo.

Just having Romo on the field will make the Jags defense respect the pass. Dez Bryant will also demand the football after last week’s outing. I really think Murray will have 2 TD’s and 150+ rushing yards.

Dallas still has the #1 rushing attack (153.4 RYPG) and they’re scoring 25.6 PPG (10th). Blake Bortles has given the Jags some life on offense, but I expect him to struggle against an angry Dallas team.

The Jags average 15.7 PPG (32nd), 212.0 PYPG (27th) and 101.1 RYPG (21st). However, those numbers are improving. Jacksonville has scored 24 points and 23 points in two of their last three games.

Defensively the Cowboys haven’t been overly great despite only allowing 21.7 PPG (9th). They rank 16th against the pass (237.3 PYPG) and 17th against the run (113.2 RYPG), but don’t give up many points.

Jacksonville likely won’t be able to run on the Cowboys. Bortles may have some success through the air, but the Cowboys will be able to hold the Jaguars to FG’s while the Cowboys will score TD’s.

4* Free NFL Pick: Dallas Cowboys vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jags are 2-6-1 ATS this season and they’ve been terrible all season. Last week they actually put up a lot more points than I thought they would, but they still ended up losing by double digits.

Dallas Cowboys –7.5 (-110)

These teams haven’t played since 2010, so there are no H2H trends. Dallas is simply the much better team and this game means a lot more to them, as they need to keep pace with the Eagles in the NFC East.

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Scott is new to Cappers Picks, but has been in the industry for 7 years and he’s only 25 years old. He lives in Toronto, Canada and bleeds blue and white. He grew up playing sports and still has a love for the competitiveness.


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