Washington Commanders vs Dallas Cowboys

Another game week, another NFC divisional, as Washington make their way to the AT&T stadium to face a Cowboys team that they completed the double on in 2020, despite having little other success in the past 10 years. Both teams will be aware of how last week’s divisional games turned out. How will that impact this week? Let’s find out.

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Commanders vs Cowboys Highlights

Today’s opponents have the two weakest strengths of schedules in the league, with an average opposition win percentage of 0.462. The Cowboys will be expectant of repeating last year’s regular season dominance in offense, having retained the majority of their weapons from the 2021 season and added experience in a defense that allowed an average of 351 yards per game to opposing offenses.

The Commander’s defense told a similar story with key players missing through injury, but they lack the positive story on offense to compensate for lackluster defensive displays. This year, they turn to a familiar face in the NFC East with Carson Wentz expected to be under center to start the season, though he will face strong competition in the form of Taylor Heinicke. Rookie wideout Jahan Dotson will be hoping of making an early mark on this offense, although NFL betting odds will favor Terry McLaurin for the majority of the Commanders’ receiving yards.

Washington Commanders vs Dallas Cowboys has served up some high-scoring affairs in years past, and those looking to bet on NFL games might bet on a repeat performance of last year’s Dallas victory, where they lodged 56 points in a day that Commanders fans and staff are keen to forget. Look to the home team to cover the spread, with the visitors often struggling against teams that test their defense through the air.

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