The 2010 – 2011 National Football League season will conclude with the Super Bowl taking place at the new Dallas Stadium, home of the Cowboys. That is the lone goal for owner Jerry Jones, head coach Wade Phillips, quarterback Tony Romo and everyone in between for the Cowboys organization. The Cowboys look to be the class of the NFC East, but certainly a division that has changed over the off-season. Philadelphia, Washington and the New York Giants appear to be destined to battle it out for second place.
For the Cowboys to get to the Super Bowl, quarterback Tony Romo is going to have to have yet another sensational season. In 2009, the quarterback from Eastern Illinois threw for over 4400 yards and 26 touchdowns. His top receiver, Miles Austin is back for another go-round, and appears destined to show he is truly legit as a top notch receiver. Austin caught 81 passes for 1320 yards and 11 touchdowns. Jason Witten is also a huge threat down the middle of the field, as the Cowboys tight end. Dallas threw for 267 yards last season, ranking 6th in the NFL.
The Cowboys will of course play their NFC East brethren twice during the regular season. Outside of those games, the Cowboys play the following teams: w/Chicago, @ Houston, w/ Tennessee, @ Minnesota, w/ Jacksonville, @ Green Bay, w/ Detroit, w/ New Orleans, @ Indianapolis and @ Arizona. The Cowboys start their 2010 season on the road; September 12th at Washington, where former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb now resides.
Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 45 Odds:
Coming into the Cowboys 2010 training camp, the odds makers had them listed at +800 to win the Super Bowl. Those odds are according to Sportsbook.com. This is tied with New Orleans and Green Bay as the second best odds in the NFL. One thing that is probably widely agreed on; it will be harder for the Cowboys to get to that Super Bowl game, then it would if they played in it; to win it. Dallas will be flying high if they host the Super Bowl 45 game with their own Cowboys playing in it. A $100 bet on the Cowboys to win the Super Bowl pays out $800.
Dallas Cowboys NFC Championship Odds:
The NFC appears to have several solid teams that have a chance to make a Super Bowl run this year. It is always hard to count out the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints who will return with a very similar roster. The odds makers at Sportsbook.com have listed the Cowboys as co-favorites for the NFC this year at +350 odds, along with the Green Bay Packers and the New Orleans Saints
Dallas Cowboys 2010-2011 Prediction:
Dallas is going to be very good this year in the NFC. We love the receiving core of Austin, Witten, Williams and rookie Dez Bryant. The running game will be better for Dallas this season, and Wade Phillips has learned a few things from some of his problems as a head coach. Picking Dallas to win the NFC and Super Bowl would probably look good heading into the playoffs, and is worth putting some money on. Bet it now at Sportsbook.com!