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The Cowboys biggest rivals Amari Cooper Color Rush Jersey , minus one historically important team." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBlogging The BoysBlogging The Boys, a Dallas Cowboys fan communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryCowboysOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsFiled under:NFL Revenge WeekDallas Cowboys GeneralRivalry betting spreads: How do the Cowboys compare to some of their biggest rivals?New,47commentsThe Cowboys biggest rivals, minus one historically important team. CDTShareTweetShareShareRivalry betting spreads: How do the Cowboys compare to some of their biggest rivals?Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThe list of the Dallas Cowboys biggest rivals has been a changing conversation over the years. For a long time, the top answer was their NFC East brethren Washington. Dallas and Washington have played some all-time classic games in the NFL and in the day it was considered THE rivalry in the NFL (at least that’s what Dallas and Washington fans believed). Over the years, though, the significance of that rivalry waned as both teams went through some tough times when the wins were hard to come by. Lately, the Cowboys have been making it a one-sided series by dominating the last decade or so. In fact, the rivalry has been drained of so much of its previous luster that is doesn’t even make these brand-new “head-to-head rivalry betting spreads” dreamed up by BetOnline. The concept is simple Emmitt Smith Color Rush Jersey , they pair up teams that are rivals and create spreads based on how many games each team is predicted to win in 2019. Since it’s Revenge Week at SB Nation, and rivalries are almost always about getting revenge, we decided to check in on the BetOnline list. Cowboys -3 wins vs. Giants Dallas is a three-game favorite over the New York Giants, meaning they are favored to get three more wins than the Giants on the year. If the Cowboys go 10-6 and the Giants go 6-10, then Dallas covers the bet. The Giants being an NFC East rival, and a team that the Cowboys have opened many season against recently, make the list as a rival.Eagles -1 win vs. Cowboys Next up, the Cowboys true nemesis in the NFC East in recent times, the Philadelphia Eagles. We noted how Philly is getting a little more love than Dallas lately https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Rog...ach-Jersey , and that pattern continues here. The Cowboys are one-game underdogs to the Eagles. The return of Carson Wentz and the idea that no NFC East team seems to be able to win the division crown two years in a row has made the Eagles the chic pick in the East. Steelers -1/2 win vs. Cowboys Now for some old-school rivalries. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys have met three times in the Super Bowl, and have had some other very entertaining games including the Cowboys 35-30 win on the road in 2016 that sort of cemented that edition of the team as for real. This year, the Cowboys are half-game underdogs to the Steelers for wins.Cowboys -1/2 win vs. 49ers The rivalry with the 49ers goes way back, even past the great matchups of the early 90s which were some of the best games the NFL ever had. The Cowboys dominated the playoff games of the early 70s, then ‘The Catch’ happened in the 80s and the 49ers were ascendant.After the 90s, it’s been back and forth but people are believing in the 49ers this year and they end up only a half-game underdog to Dallas. Given what happened in the late 60s, the mid 90s and recent history, there certainly could be a case made for adding the Packers to the Cowboys historical rival list. From the Ice Bowl to the Dez catch and Jared Cook catch, the flames burn bright between those two teams. So https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Ton...ett-Jersey , do you believe these odds? Are the Cowboys underrated or overrated? If you had to make a Cowboys rivals list, which teams would make it and in what order? The final press conference from Jason Garrett before the Cowboys face the Eagles was today. Let’s check in on what coach had to say. (All Garrett answers are paraphrased and not actual quotes)Talk about your defense as the only team to hold opponents to less than 30 points a game. Ultimately, that is how they are measured, by points allowed. That is the number one stat. They have played consistent but I believe that is a team stat. We’re doing a good job on offense by not turning it over and creating short fields and we’re holding the ball. We’re doing a good job on defense stopping the run and limiting big plays. That will be critical this week. Tyron Smith’s health? He had a good day yesterday and anticipate he will practice today.He has also been dealing with an elbow issue for about a month. There is never a clear answer with a stinger, but he is feeling good and moving around well, but we’ll take it right up to the game.Connor Williams getting work at tackle?He’s been working at a few spots and doing a good job, he is embracing the opportunity.Has there been a bigger dropoff than expected with Zeke to Rod Smith?Rod is doing a good job, you have to look at each play specifically, he has handled it well.Any chance Sean Lee practices? He’s been working on the side Randy White Jersey , we are hopeful to ramp up his activity but if he practices it would be very limited. How much has been a help to LVE and Jaylon Smith?Lee is off the charts helping LVE and Jaylon. His leadership is the biggest thing. He is so invested in this, he loves the game, so committed to make himself the best he can be and help others get there. He’s had to deal with injuries but he has the mental toughness to help the team, he is right there with them. Ben Bloom has done a good job, too.Is Taco 100%?He is competing for his spot and for getting reps. He’s done a good job.How has Randy Gregory’s play been?He’s getting better and better, getting more comfortable and has been productive. He’s been around the QB with sacks and he caused the fumble the other day. He missed a lot of football so it takes time to get back. He just needs to play, he’s still a young player but he comes to work everyday. He recovered from injury and is working hard.
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