Washington vs. Cowboys Betting Picks
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The Washington Football team is narrowing the margin to extend their season to the playoffs. This season, the squad is now 6-8 with two consecutive losses. Tonight, they will attempt to win against one of the top NFC teams, the Dallas Cowboys. For Washington, another loss on their record might just kill their last hopes to confirm a spot in the postseason.
As for Dallas, the squad is now leading the NFC East and looking to confirm their next playoff appearance with three games left in the regular season. For the Cowboys, playing the third-place team in the division might just allow them to clinch the second overall spot in the NFC behind the Green Bay Packers. With winning momentum building up, the Cowboys are looking solid prior to their upcoming Sunday night matchup.
Washington Football Team vs Dallas Cowboys Schedule
- Date: Sunday, December 26
- Time: 07:20 PM CST
- Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Washington’s Uphill Week-16 Battle
Aside from two consecutive losses, the Washington squad is currently facing additional setbacks that might take a toll in this Sunday’s game against Dallas. However, after a Week-15 in which a total of 23 players were on the sidelines due to COVID-19 protocols, the team is now on a much clearer path.
Both backup QB Kyle Allen and linebacker Milo Eifler will become available for Washington to consider for their upcoming Sunday game. Safety Deshazor Everett is also expected to play this Sunday despite being involved in a fatal car accident last Thursday night in which one driver was killed.
Everything is now on the line for coach Ron Rivera. Having all his players available will be crucial, especially when facing a team that already handed them a defeat two weeks ago.
For Washington, the aim is set for the last NFC playoff spot. To get there, the squad has no option but to continue winning as they lag behind.
Dallas Seeks Fourth Consecutive Win
As for Dallas, three consecutive wins over the Las Vegas Raiders, the New York Giants, and their Sunday rival is another reason why Cowboys fans are rooting for their team to reach one of the top two seeds for the upcoming playoffs.
Currently, the Cowboys are 10-4 and second overall in the NFC standings behind the Green Bay Packers. The squad will attempt to repeat their previous win over Washington on December 12.
It was Dak Prescott who led the Cowboys that night for a total of 211 yards and one touchdown. Greg Zuerlein also had four field goals and allowed Dallas to walk away with a 27-20 win over their Washington rivals.
Washington vs. Cowboys Odds Comparison
Washington might very well put on a solid performance tonight to get a much-needed victory over the Cowboys. Yet, Dallas is holding to some substantial numbers that are backing up their consistent performances.
For Washington, the total has gone under in four of their last six games when facing an NFC rival. As for the Cowboys, the total has also gone under in seven of their previous eight games this season.
- DraftKings has the Cowboys winning at -410 on a spread of -8.5, and the total is 46.5.
- FanDuel has the Cowboys winning at -405 on a spread of -10, and the total is 46.5.
- Caesars has the Cowboys winning at -440 on a spread of -9.5, and the total is 46.5.
Godds Pick or Prediction of the Game
Dallas is looking more potent than their Washington rivals. However, the Cowboys will have to rely on a stable offensive output, which has not always fallen under Prescott’s lead and has relied on a solid rushing game.
As for Washington, they will have to bring solid defense. With more players available this week, they can’t miss another chance to get a victory tonight as their playoff odds continue to fade away.
Godds Pick/Prediction: Cowboys to win and the under hits.