Eagles vs. Cowboys Line: Oddsmakers Know Dallas Sucks

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Fresh off of a potentially season-saving fourth-quarter comeback last Thursday, the Eagles welcome a reeling Cowboys team to Philly for Sunday Night Football. It would seem the Eagles are getting the Cowboys at just the right time in the wake of Dallas’ brutal 25-3 loss at Washington and general quarterback disarray. Certainly, oddsmakers aren’t too high on Dallas as the 2-4-1 Eagles, a team with plenty of its own issues, enter as a big favorite in this NFC East clash.

The Eagles vs. Cowboys Week 8 line is currently set at Eagles -10.5. The over under is 43. The Eagles are a –530 moneyline favorite, while the Cowboys are a +425 moneyline underdog.


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It says a lot about the Cowboys that the Eagles, a team that was trailing by 11 points midway through the fourth quarter to a one-win Giants team, is favored by more than a touchdown this week. At 2-5, Dallas remains alive in the NFC East, but the Cowboys appear to be in complete disaster-mode following consecutive blowout losses. Dallas enters Week 8 as the only NFL team yet to cover this season. In fact, the Cowboys are just one of three teams that have failed to cover any of its first seven games dating back to the 2003 season.

Here is the current betting line, odds, spread, and total for the Eagles vs. Cowboys Week 8 matchup on the PA online sports betting market as of February 26, 2021 1:54 PM.


Eagles vs. Cowboys Week 8 Line

Here is the current Eagles vs. Cowboys line.

Best Available Odds by Sportsbook

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Cowboys +10.5 (-110) +425 43 (-110)
Eagles -10.5 (-110) -530 43 (-110)


Despite winning only twice in their first seven games, the Eagles are a huge 10.5-point favorite over the Cowboys in Week 8.

The Cowboys can’t score, and they can’t stop opponents from scoring. They can’t cover as a favorite, they can’t cover as a small underdog. This week, oddsmakers seem to be trying something different, as the Cowboys are a much larger underdog.

It looks like it will seventh round rookie Ben DiNucci, who played at James Madsion last sesason, will get the call on the big stage. While DiNucci will likely be up against

After failing to cover as a shorter underdog last week, the Eagles are now 2-5 ATS. As noted above, the Cowboys have been historically bad, failing to cover any of its first seven games.

If the spread holds, it would represent the most points the Eagles have been favored by this season.


In what shouldn’t come as a surprise, oddsmakers have installed the Eagles as a significant moneyline favorite.

The Eagles moneyline is priced at -530, while the Cowboys are installed at +425 over at FanDuel Sportsbook.

It appears the Cowboys are going to roll with rookie quarterback Ben DiNucci in the absence of second-stringer Andy Dalton. This news has obviously had a dramatic impact on the line, moving it as much as 3.5 points at certain look sportsbooks throughout the week.


The over-under for the Eagles vs. Cowboys opened at 43 points over at DraftKings Sportsbook.

The Eagles and Giants played under the total in Week 7, while the Cowboys and Washington never sniffed the over/under. That’s what happens when one team scores three points.

So far this season, the over is 4-3 in Eagles games. It is also 4-3 in Cowboys games.

Where Is The Money Going?

As of Friday morning, the money is flowing toward Philly with 66% of spread bets and 88% of the handle backing the Birds. In terms of the total, 42% of the bets are on the over, but 68% of the money is on the same side.

Eagles vs. Cowboys Props

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NFL Week 8 Lines

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