Eagles vs. Cowboys Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 7 Odds

Payton Matthews | Updated Oct 14, 2019

Eagles Cowboys, 2018

The Eagles and Cowboys have combined for the past three NFC East titles and no team has repeated in the division since 2004. Philly is 1-0 in the division this year and Dallas 2-0, but both are coming off losses in Week 6.

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October 20, 2019, 8:20 PM ET
AT&T Stadium
Dallas
8-8
Pointspread +3 -115
Moneyline +130
Over / Under o +50

55%

Betting Action

45%

Pointspread -3 -110
Moneyline -156
Over / Under u +50

55%

Betting Action

45%

It’s bitter NFC East rivals facing off on Sunday night in Week 7 as the Philadelphia Eagles visit the Dallas Cowboys with a big early potential tiebreaker at stake.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Philadelphia and Dallas have combined for the past three NFC East titles – no team has repeated in the division since 2004 – and one of them is going to win it again because the Giants aren’t very good and the Washington Redskins are terrible. Philly is 1-0 in the division this year and Dallas 2-0. These teams play in Philadelphia in Week 16.

Last season, the Cowboys swept on the way to the East title. It was 27-20 in Week 10 in the City of Brotherly Love. Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 151 yards and a touchdown He had the winner from 1-yard out with 3:19 to go. Zeke also had a receiving score. Carson Wentz threw for 360 yards and two scores in the loss, while tight end Zach Ertz dominated with 14 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Wentz’s pass to Ertz on fourth down fell a yard short of a first down at the Cowboys 29 with 1:09 left.

In Week 14, the Cowboys were 29-23 overtime home winners. Dak Prescott threw for 455 yards and three scores – all to Amari Cooper, who caught 10 balls for 217 yards. Dallas got the ball first in overtime and never gave it back.

The Cowboys have covered seven of the past 10 in the series. The over/under is 5-5 in them.

Philadelphia Eagles

Philly and Dallas are tied for first in the NFC East at 3-3. The Eagles lost 38-20 in Minnesota on Sunday to start three straight road games. If there’s one major weakness on Philadelphia it’s the secondary and that was on display with the team surrendering 325 yards passing and four touchdown throws. Don’t be surprised if the Eagles trade for unhappy Jaguars Pro Bowl cornerback Jalen Ramsey. Wentz threw for 306 yards and two scores in Sunday’s loss. The Vikings became the first team to hit the 100-yard rushing mark in the last nine games against the Eagles. Cornerback Ronald Darby missed the game with a hamstring injury and receiver DeSean Jackson hasn’t played since Week 2 with an abdomen injury. Darby has a better chance of playing this week than Jackson does.

Dallas Cowboys

A lot of talking heads on Monday were speculating whether the Cowboys would fire Coach Jason Garrett (owner Jerry Jones says that’s not happening in season) after Dallas lost its third straight game Sunday, 24-22 at the Jets. Prescott made it 24-22 on a 4-yard touchdown run with 43 seconds left but the two-point conversion failed. Offensive tackles La’el Collins and Tyron Smith missed the game with injuries, top receiver Cooper missed most of it with a quad injury and cornerback Byron Jones left with a hamstring issue.

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