Dallas Cowboys Odds

Latest Cowboys odds from top US sportsbooks

The Dallas Cowboys are still “America’s Team.” And that means Americans bet on the Cowboys in big numbers.

Even though you can’t bet on Dallas in Texas just yet, a huge number of Americans bet on the Cowboys every week—both among friends, and from homes, bars, stadiums, and sportsbooks in states where sports betting is already legal.

How can you start betting on the Cowboys at legal U.S. sportsbooks online? Where can you find the best Cowboys odds? See below for this week’s Cowboys moneylines, point spreads, totals, Super Bowl odds, player props, and key betting data plus more on the best US sportsbooks to bet at.

This week’s Cowboys odds: spread, Super Bowl, props

See below for Dallas Cowboys moneyline, spreads, and over/under odds plus odds on Dallas winning the Super Bowl. Click on any line to go to the sportsbook that posted it, sign up for an account, claim your bonus and place a bet at those odds.

Today’s Cowboys spread

Here’s a look at the best spread odds for the next Dallas Cowboys game on the schedule:

Cowboys odds to win Super Bowl

Here’s a look at the latest odds on the Dallas Cowboys winning the NFC East, the NFC or the Super Bowl:

Dak Prescott prop odds

Here’s a look at the latest Cowboy’s prop odds on QB Dak Prescott for the next game or to win an NFL award this season.

Ezekiel Elliott prop odds

Here’s a look at the latest Cowboy’s prop odds on RB Ezekiel Elliott for the next game or to win an NFL award this season.

CeeDee Lamb prop odds

Here’s a look at the latest Cowboy’s prop odds on WR CeeDee Lamb for the next game or to win an NFL award this season.

How and where to bet on the Cowboys

You can place NFL bets on the Dallas Cowboys at online sportsbooks in the following U.S. states:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • District of Columbia
  • Indiana
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Michigan
  • Nevada (In-Person Registration Required)
  • New Jersey
  • New Hampshire
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island (In-Person Registration Required)
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming

You have to sign up for an account with a legal US online sportsbook first, but that’s as easy as:

  • Clicking any one of PlayUSA’s links to an online sportsbook that’s active in your state;
  • Clicking the ‘Sign Up’ or ‘Register’ tab on the sportsbook’s website or downloading and installing its sportsbook app and doing it there;
  • Filling out all required fields on the registration form, including your name, email, and last four digits of your Social Security number;
  • Providing the sportsbook specific promo code or bonus code you find on PlayUSA to get the best sports betting bonus;
  • Accepting all terms and conditions and submitting the registration form for verification.

What are this week’s Cowboys moneyline, spread and over/under?

See above for the latest odds on the Dallas Cowboys.

NFL moneylines, spread bets, and totals work the same for all games. As an example, you might bet on the Cowboys’ -320 moneyline at home against the New York Giants on FanDuel Sportsbook (or you could also take the Giants at +260).

Place a moneyline bet on the heavily favored Cowboys, and if they win the game outright, you’d earn $100, plus your bet back, for every $320 bet. Bet on the underdog Giants, and if they win the game outright, you’d earn $260, plus your bet back, for every $100 bet.

You might also bet on the Cowboys -7 (-110) against the Giants on DraftKings Sportsbook. Of course, you could also take the Giants at +7 (-110). Bet on the favored Cowboys, and if they win the game by eight points or more, you’d earn $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet. Bet on the underdog Giants, and if they win the game outright or lose by six or fewer, you’d earn $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet. If the Cowboys win by exactly seven points, all bets push.

Finally, you might bet the Over or the Under on 52 points at -110 odds on BetMGM Sportsbook for the Cowboys-Giants game. Either way, you’d earn $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet if you get it right.

Just remember, the Over wins on a total combined score of 53 points or more. The Under wins on 51 points or fewer. If the total combined score lands on exactly 52, all bets push.

Betting on Cowboys props and futures

Cowboys NFL futures allow you to bet on everything from the Cowboys winning the NFC East, or simply making the playoffs, to winning the NFC title or the Super Bowl.

Ahead of the season, you can also bet the over/under on the Cowboys to win more or fewer than a specific number of games set by oddsmakers. Most of these bets are available all year round at odds that change with the Cowboys’ chances.

You can also bet on Cowboys props all season long. Props include futures bets on Dak Prescott or Ezekiel Elliott winning awards like MVP, NFL Comeback Player of the Year or AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award.

They also include bets on player and team stat lines for every game on the schedule.

Interested in betting on football futures? See our dedicated NFL odds pages here:

Why are the Cowboys called “America’s Team?”

The Dallas Cowboys have been called “America’s Team” since the late 1970s when narrator John Facenda opened a team highlight film with the following line: “They appear on television so often that their faces are as familiar to the public as presidents and movie stars. They are the Dallas Cowboys: ‘America’s Team’.”

The nickname refers to the legions of fans Dallas has all across the country. While most NFL teams have mostly local fan bases, Cowboys supporters exist from coast to coast, making them a national institution as much as a Dallas franchise.

How to watch or listen to Cowboys games outside of Texas

The Dallas Cowboys play in the NFC, which means all their regularly scheduled games against other NFC opponents air on FOX. Thursday Night Football games are on NFL Network, Sunday Night Football games air on NBC, and Monday Night Football games air on ESPN.

Dallas’ regularly scheduled road games against AFC opponents also air on FOX, but regularly scheduled home games against AFC opponents air on CBS.

The Dallas Cowboys Radio Network broadcasts Cowboys games to stations across Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and New Mexico. Over 50 stations carry the games with KRLD-FM 105.3 THE FAN in Dallas/Fort Worth as the flagship station.

Cowboys fans all across the country can hear and watch games on the internet via the NFL Game Pass subscription-based audio and video service.

Cowboys top 10 trivia

  • Team Valuation: $6.5 billion
  • Spot on the Forbes’ NFL Team Valuations and World’s Most Valuable Teams lists: #1
  • Super Bowl Wins: 5 [1971 (VI), 1977 (XII), 1992 (XXVII), 1993 (XXVIII), 1995 (XXX)]
  • Hall of Fame QBs: Roger Staubach (1985), Troy Aikman (2006)
  • Hall of Fame RBs: Tony Dorsett (1994), Emmitt Smith (2010)
  • Career Leaders: Passing yards: 34,183, Tony Romo (2004-2016), Rushing yards: 17,162, Emmitt Smith (1990-2002), Receiving yards: 12,977, Jason Witten (2003-2017, 2019), Sacks: 117.0, DeMarcus Ware (2005-2013)
  • Twitter followers @dallascowboys: Four million
  • Official Website: https://www.dallascowboys.com/
  • Home Stadium: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas cost $1.3 billion to build and opened in 2009. Its capacity is listed as 100,000, but the record attendance at a football game is 105,121.
  • Richest Cowboys Player Contract (2021): QB Dak Prescott has a four-year $160 million deal that pays him $40 million a year through 2025. Some $126 million of it is guaranteed.

Who owns the Cowboys?

Billionaire businessman Jerry Jones owns the Cowboys. He bought the team for $150 million in 1989 and has turned it into the world’s most valuable sports team, now worth an estimated $5.4 billion. Along the way, he’s won three Super Bowls, the 2014 NFL Executive of the Year award and has been enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Jones is also president and general manager of the team and is among the most outspoken and involved team owners in the NFL. Jones’ money came initially from his Arkansas-based oil and gas exploration business, Jones Oil and Land Lease.

Cowboys gambling partnerships

WinStar World Casino and Resort in Oklahoma has been a Cowboys corporate sponsor since 2018 when it became the first-ever casino to partner with an NFL franchise. With no local sportsbooks or casinos offering sports betting in Texas, the Cowboys don’t have any local sportsbook sponsors.

However, Caesars Sports became the Official Sports Betting Partner of the NFL in 2021 as a part of an extension to an agreement that initially made the company the NFL’s first-ever casino sponsor. DraftKings also has an exclusive daily fantasy sponsorship deal with the NFL and non-exclusive sports betting and free-to-play sponsorship deals. FanDuel has non-exclusive sports betting and free-to-play sponsorship deals with the NFL.

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