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Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Information

Here we go again.  To be exact, Jerry Jones is talking up his Cowboys.  Jerry World says that America’s team should be a Super Bowl best bet.  Gamblers are finally getting tired of the Dallas hype machine.  Usually, the media complies with Jones and the party line.  Last year was a great example.  Dallas was touted incessantly as a Super Bowl title contender.  Within a month, gamblers realized that they were had.  Counter to that is a Buccaneers team flashing Super Bowl rings.  And the GOAT of quarterbacks in Tom Brady.  Gamblers see blue skies with the Bucs.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Information

Date: Thursday, September 9, 2021
Time: 8:20 pm ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
TV Coverage: NBC

Cowboys vs. Buccaneers Betting Odds

Cowboys +8 ( -110 ) 52 ( -110 ) +300
Buccaneers -8 ( -110 ) 52 ( -110 ) -380
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Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers CashBet Wagering Analysis

Above all, there is a lot of Sportsbook optimism on Tampa Bay.  The Super Bowl upset over the Chiefs was no accident.  By the time the game was over, it was agreed that the Bucs were the superior club.  Now Tampa Bay begins a season with the confidence of a true champion.  And that is a sobering thought for the Buccaneers’ opponents.  The great irony of this game is that it’s the Bucs who draw respect and betting support that used to go to the Cowboys.

Of course, Dallas is still a marquee draw with the gambling public.  Generations of fans and gamblers have the blue star burned unto their brains.  However, the Cowboys don’t mesmerize as many people as they used to.  Years of flopping on the biggest stages in pro football have taken their toll.  Too many bankrolls have busted through repeated campaigns.  Despite all of the hype, the Cowboys’ last Super Bowl championship season was 1995.

Jerry World in a Sad State of Affairs  

At the beginning of the season is realistic betting on Super Bowl expectations of Dallas improvement.  Quarterback Dak Prescott and an overhauled defense feed into that.  But the fact remains the Cowboys track record is subpar.  To illuminate, fans and gamblers are tired of being burned by a bill of goods.

Gamblers Expect Tampa Bay to Make More Bucs

Last year at this time, Tom Brady and the Bucs didn’t know they could beat the Super Bowl betting odds.  As the 2021 campaign kicks off, they are Super Bowl champions knowing that they are a better team this season.  Confidence is a powerful weapon that the Bucs lacked most of the 2020 campaign.  Now they have it in spades.

Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Against the Spread

Overall, Dallas is 37% against the spread in away games.   The Cowboys are 60% on the board as underdogs.  While in NFC matchups, Dallas is 41% vs. the odds.  Dallas is 50% over and under the total on the road.  And then in NFC matchups, the Cowboys are 67% over the total.  As an underdog, Dallas is 60% over the total.

Tampa Bay is 43% against the spread at home.  While in NFC matchups, the Buccaneers are 44% vs. the odds.  As a favorite, Tampa Bay is 45% on the board.

The Buccaneers are 53% over the total in home games.  Further, Tampa Bay is 70% over the number in NFC matchups.  As a favorite, the Bucs are 67% to the over.

To summarize, Tampa Bay is 3-0-1 against the spread vs. the Cowboys.  The Buccaneers and Cowboys are 1-6 under the total.  Also, Tampa Bay is 3-2 vs. the odds when hosting Dallas.  The Cowboys and Bucs are 1-4 under the NFL betting total at Tampa Bay.

Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers CashBet Free Pick  

On this occasion, the Cowboys are overmatched against the defending champions.  Once upon a time, the Cowboys thrived on the prime-time NFL gambling stage. By contrast, the Buccaneers will want to show the country they are not a one-hit-wonder.

Cowboys at Buccaneers CashBet Best Bet: 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers


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