Dak Prescott Injury Affecting Cowboys vs. Eagles Spread & Over/Under

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  • Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a sprained shoulder last week against the Rams.
  • Learn how Prescott's injury is moving the spread and over/under for Sunday's NFC East showdown with the Eagles (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX).

The NFC East divisional crown and a berth in the postseason likely comes down to Sunday’s Cowboys vs. Eagles matchup.

Both teams take identical 7-7 records into Week 16, meaning the winner will enter the final week of the regular season at 8-7. And since Dallas already beat Philadelphia back in Week 7, a Cowboys win would lock up the NFC East.

Unfortunately for Jason Garrett’s team, quarterback Dak Prescott reportedly suffered a strain right shoulder during last week’s game against the Los Angeles Rams, an injury that has prevented him from throwing in practice so far this week.

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Prescott says that he’ll play on Sunday, but bettors have certainly taken notice and are moving Cowboys vs. Eagles odds.

Dak Prescott Injury: Cowboys vs. Eagles Odds Movement

The Cowboys opened as 2.5-point favorites against the Eagles and climbed to -3 as recently as Wednesday.

However, as reports of Prescott’s injury and inability to throw in practice began to surface midweek, the spread moved off the key number and down to Dallas -2, where it sits at the time of writing.

Prescott’s injury is also having an effect on the over/under, a number that opened at 47.5 but has ticked down to 46.

The Action Network’s fantasy football experts aren’t panicking just yet, ranking Prescott as the No. 6 quarterback for Week 16, which is the championship round in most leagues.

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