Dallas Cowboys Odds | 2014 NFL Team Preview and Betting Predictions



Dallas Cowboys Odds | 2014 NFL Team Preview and Betting Predictions
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The Dallas Cowboys have not won a Super Bowl since 1995 and yet remain, for better or worse, the so called “America’s Team” that everyone pays attention to and either loves or hates.

The beginning of the end for the Cowboys was in the spring of 1994 when head coach and general manager Jimmy Johnson walked out on owner Jerry Jones and his insufferable interference. Johnson passed up on a chance to win a historic third consecutive Super Bowl and things have never been the same since.

The Dallas Cowboys have a potent offense led by quarterback Tony Romo but their defense is the worst in the NFL.

2014 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds: 60-1

2014 Season Win Total: 8 (under -165)

2014 Dallas Cowboys Offense: The Dallas Cowboys offense is all about quarterback Tony Romo. He led an offense that scored 439 points a year ago. The problem was a defense that gave up 432 points. Romo completed 63.9% of his passes last year and threw for 31 touchdowns and only 10 interceptions. He has a lot of good weapons around him including wide receiver Dez Bryant, tight end Jason Witten and running back DeMarco Murray. The concern for the team is that they have no reliable backup quarterback if Romo gets hurt as they let Kyle Orton go. The backup job will now be Brandon Weeden’s to lose.

2014 Dallas Cowboys Defense: The defense last season was a disaster. They were the worst defense in the league and it wasn’t close. It may not be any better this season as the team will be without linebacker Sean Lee who is out for the season due to injury. The team also let DeMarcus Ware leave in the off-season. The team simply does not have much talent on the defensive side of the ball and they don’t have a coordinator to handle the players they do have.

Dallas Cowboys Additions: The team added DT Terrell McClain, DT Henry Melton, DE Jeremy Mincey, QB Brandon Weeden and QB Caleb Hanie. They added Zack Martin and Demarcus Lawrence with their first two draft picks.

Dallas Cowboys Offseason Losses: The team lost WR Miles Austin, DE Everette Brown, OT Ryan Cook, C Phil Costa, DT Jason Hatcher, DT Corvey Irvin, LB Edgar Jones, QB Jon Kitna, SS Danny McCray, LB Ernie Sims, RB Phillip Tanner, OLB DeMarcus Ware, G Brian Waters, DE Jarius Wynn, DT Marvin Austin and DT Frank Kearse.
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