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@ Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh
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Fri 8/0612:00 AM

Steelers vs Cowboys Odds

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SpreadTotalMoneyline
PIT
-1.5
-111
u33.5
-112
-120
DAL
+1.5
-109
o33.5
-105
+102

Cowboys Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • La'el Collins

    OT

    La'el Collins (Hip) is out this week.

    Out

  • Zack Martin

    OG

    Zack Martin (Calf) is out this week.

    Out

  • Tyron Smith

    OT

    Tyron Smith (Neck) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Dak Prescott

    QB

    Dak Prescott (Ankle) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Darian Thompson

    SAF

    Darian Thompson (Concussion) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Blake Jarwin

    TE

    Blake Jarwin (Knee) is Out this week.

    Out

  • Malik Hooker

    SAF

    Malik Hooker (Achilles) is Out for Season this week.

    Out for Season

  • Damontae Kazee

    SAF

    Damontae Kazee (Achilles) is out this week.

    Out

  • Leighton Vander Esch

    LB

    Leighton Vander Esch (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

Cowboys 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 22ndHOU----
Aug 14th@ARI-+240+110
Aug 6th@PIT-+1.533.5+102

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBDak PrescottAndy DaltonBen DiNucci
RBEzekiel ElliottRico Dowdle
WRAmari CooperMalik TurnerNoah Brown
WRMichael Gallup
TEBlake JarwinBlake BellDalton Schultz
LTTyron SmithTerence Steele
LGConnor WilliamsConnor McGovern
CJoe LooneyTyler Biadasz
RGZack MartinBrandon Knight
RTCameron Erving
WLBJaylon SmithJoe Thomas
MLBLeighton Vander EschLuke Gifford
PChris Jones
PRTony PollardTrevon DiggsCeeDee Lamb
KRCedrick Wilson
LSL.P. Ladouceur
CBAnthony BrownChidobe AwuzieC.J. Goodwin
SXavier WoodsDarian Thompson
DPRAldon SmithDorance Armstrong
DTDontari PoeNeville Gallimore
DEDemarcus LawrenceBradlee Anae
KGreg Zuerlein
DTTrysten HillAntwaun Woods
DETyrone Crawford
CBJourdan Lewis
SReggie Robinson

Dallas Cowboys Player Stats

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Dallas Cowboys

NFL fans love to bet on (or against) the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately, America’s Team burned their backers in 2020 as the league’s least profitable team against the spread (ATS), covering in only five of their 16 games.

With Dak Prescott back under center, expectations are much higher in Dallas heading into the 2021 season. We’ll be tracking how those expectations measure up to reality based on the betting results from their full schedule above. You can also find Cowboys odds for every upcoming game above, including spreads, over/unders and moneylines.

If you’re new to betting, let’s quickly run through what each of those odds mean.

Dallas Cowboys Point Spreads

Spreads reflect how many points a sportsbook expects the Cowboys to win by (-) or how many points they’re expected to lose by (+). To bet on the Cowboys spread, you would either bet on the Cowboys to win or lose within that margin of points, or you would bet on their opponent to win or lose within that margin.

For example:

  • Cowboys -2.5 (-110)
  • Eagles +2.5 (-110)

The (-) sign in Cowboys -2.5 indicates that they’re the favorites and thus bookmakers expect them to win that game. If the Cowboys do win by three or more points, they “cover the spread” and Cowboys bettors win their bets. The (+) in Eagles +2.5 indicates that they’re the underdogs and bookmakers expect them to lose. They either need to lose by fewer than three points, or win outright, to cover the spread and win the bet for Eagles bettors.

Cowboys Over/Unders

Over/unders, which are also known as totals, reflect the combined number of points that a sportsbook expects the Cowboys and their opponent to score in a game. It doesn’t matter if the Cowboys win or lose in this case.

If a bookmaker set the over/under for a Cowboys vs. Giants game at 40, bettors could wager on the total points in the game going over or under 40 points. If the Cowboys win 24-17 — meaning a total of 41 points were scored in the game — the game went over the total. Anyone who wagered on the over won their bet, anyone on the under lost theirs.

Dallas Cowboys Moneylines

Moneylines (ML) are outright odds, meaning that the Cowboys don’t have to win or lose within a specific margin of points. Rather, the Cowboys only have to win for the bet to cash. These ML odds are based on how much you would have to risk in order to win $100 if the Cowboys are favored (-) or how much you would profit risking $100 if the Cowboys are underdogs (+). So, for example, the Cowboys are +100 to beat the Eagles on the road and Dallas wins, then you would profit $100.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Dallas Cowboys Props

Spreads, over/unders and moneylines are not your only options for betting on Cowboys’ games. You can also bet on their player props, which reflect expected statistical results for players in a given game. So, for example, you could bet on Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to go over or under 65.5 yards against the Giants.

Cowboys Futures

The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2021 NFL season with slightly above-average expectations according to various betting odds. But where do Cowboys futures stand now? Cowboys futures are bets you can make on their end-of-season results, including betting on them to win the Super Bowl, win a certain number of regular-season games, make the 2021 NFL playoffs and more. Futures bets are paid out once the result is clear, and the odds are similar to moneylines. So for example, if you had bet $100 on the Cowboys to win the Super Bowl at +2800 over the offseason, you would profit $28,000 if they win the championship.

Next Cowboys Game

Game Details
@ Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh
location pin
Fri 8/0612:00 AM

Steelers vs Cowboys Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
PIT
-1.5
-111
u33.5
-112
-120
DAL
+1.5
-109
o33.5
-105
+102

Cowboys Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • La'el Collins

    OT

    La'el Collins (Hip) is out this week.

    Out

  • Zack Martin

    OG

    Zack Martin (Calf) is out this week.

    Out

  • Tyron Smith

    OT

    Tyron Smith (Neck) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Dak Prescott

    QB

    Dak Prescott (Ankle) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Darian Thompson

    SAF

    Darian Thompson (Concussion) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Blake Jarwin

    TE

    Blake Jarwin (Knee) is Out this week.

    Out

  • Malik Hooker

    SAF

    Malik Hooker (Achilles) is Out for Season this week.

    Out for Season

  • Damontae Kazee

    SAF

    Damontae Kazee (Achilles) is out this week.

    Out

  • Leighton Vander Esch

    LB

    Leighton Vander Esch (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

Best Cowboys Betting Sites

Dallas Cowboys

NFL fans love to bet on (or against) the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately, America’s Team burned their backers in 2020 as the league’s least profitable team against the spread (ATS), covering in only five of their 16 games.

With Dak Prescott back under center, expectations are much higher in Dallas heading into the 2021 season. We’ll be tracking how those expectations measure up to reality based on the betting results from their full schedule above. You can also find Cowboys odds for every upcoming game above, including spreads, over/unders and moneylines.

If you’re new to betting, let’s quickly run through what each of those odds mean.

Dallas Cowboys Point Spreads

Spreads reflect how many points a sportsbook expects the Cowboys to win by (-) or how many points they’re expected to lose by (+). To bet on the Cowboys spread, you would either bet on the Cowboys to win or lose within that margin of points, or you would bet on their opponent to win or lose within that margin.

For example:

  • Cowboys -2.5 (-110)
  • Eagles +2.5 (-110)

The (-) sign in Cowboys -2.5 indicates that they’re the favorites and thus bookmakers expect them to win that game. If the Cowboys do win by three or more points, they “cover the spread” and Cowboys bettors win their bets. The (+) in Eagles +2.5 indicates that they’re the underdogs and bookmakers expect them to lose. They either need to lose by fewer than three points, or win outright, to cover the spread and win the bet for Eagles bettors.

Cowboys Over/Unders

Over/unders, which are also known as totals, reflect the combined number of points that a sportsbook expects the Cowboys and their opponent to score in a game. It doesn’t matter if the Cowboys win or lose in this case.

If a bookmaker set the over/under for a Cowboys vs. Giants game at 40, bettors could wager on the total points in the game going over or under 40 points. If the Cowboys win 24-17 — meaning a total of 41 points were scored in the game — the game went over the total. Anyone who wagered on the over won their bet, anyone on the under lost theirs.

Dallas Cowboys Moneylines

Moneylines (ML) are outright odds, meaning that the Cowboys don’t have to win or lose within a specific margin of points. Rather, the Cowboys only have to win for the bet to cash. These ML odds are based on how much you would have to risk in order to win $100 if the Cowboys are favored (-) or how much you would profit risking $100 if the Cowboys are underdogs (+). So, for example, the Cowboys are +100 to beat the Eagles on the road and Dallas wins, then you would profit $100.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Dallas Cowboys Props

Spreads, over/unders and moneylines are not your only options for betting on Cowboys’ games. You can also bet on their player props, which reflect expected statistical results for players in a given game. So, for example, you could bet on Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to go over or under 65.5 yards against the Giants.

Cowboys Futures

The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2021 NFL season with slightly above-average expectations according to various betting odds. But where do Cowboys futures stand now? Cowboys futures are bets you can make on their end-of-season results, including betting on them to win the Super Bowl, win a certain number of regular-season games, make the 2021 NFL playoffs and more. Futures bets are paid out once the result is clear, and the odds are similar to moneylines. So for example, if you had bet $100 on the Cowboys to win the Super Bowl at +2800 over the offseason, you would profit $28,000 if they win the championship.