The Dallas Cowboys have been living a nightmare season and they hope to end the slump soon. It doesn’t look good for them as they are set to challenge the Baltimore Ravens in their own home-field at the M&T Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland on Tuesday, December 7. The game will begin at primetime at 8:05 PM Eastern Time and it will be aired by the NFL. This is one of those rare occasions that a football game will be played on a Tuesday evening because of all the game postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Baltimore Ravens are seen by Online Sportsbook as the team winning this match over the Dallas Cowboys.
Dallas Cowboys Betting Analysis
The Dallas Cowboys have not had a single win since Dak Prescott’s season was cut short due to a gruesome injury. This team has tried different options at the QB position to replace Prescott but everything just failed. Cowboys fans are quite disappointed that the team is approaching the games uninspired. Adding to that, the Cowboys are not the worst team in the NFC with a 3-8 record. Since starting the season on a 3-2 record, Dallas went on a free fall and the light at the end of the tunnel is still far away. The team just doesn’t have the tools to compete with even with the slumping Baltimore Ravens.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens Betting Information
|Date:||Tuesday, December 8, 2020|
|Time:||8:05 PM ET|
|Location:||M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland|
Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens Betting Odds
|Cowboys||+10 (-130)||45 o (-107)||+373||Place Bets|
|Ravens||-10 (+116)||45 u (-107)||-437|
The Baltimore Ravens are just too strong for the Dallas Cowboys even if Lamar Jackson chooses not to play in this game. They should be the favorites by Online Sportsbook but we see this closer than expected across the spread.
Baltimore Ravens Betting Analysis
The Baltimore Ravens just a few weeks ago were one of the top teams in the deep AFC. They now find themselves fighting for a playoff spot after losing three consecutive matches. The Ravens also lost twice this season against conference rival Pittsburgh Steelers. This team has been struggling without reigning league MVP Lamar Jackson who was contracted by COVID-19. The good news is that he may play this Tuesday but it will be a game-time decision as the effects on the athletic body Jackson is still unknown. Even without Jackson, there is not much edge that the Cowboys have over them and the team should think of sitting him out until he gets 100% in good condition.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens Pick: Baltimore Ravens
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