Philadelphia vs Dallas Thanksgiving Day Football Odds

Philadelphia vs DallasThanksgiving Day Football Odds

Philadelphia vs Dallas Thanksgiving Day Football Odds

Two 8-3 teams go head-to-head this Thursday on Thanksgiving as Mark Sanchez, Jeremy Maclin and the Philadelphia Eagles visit Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. 

The Thanksgiving Day NFL betting odds have the hometown Cowboys as 3 point favorites against the visiting Eagles. The game total is 51.5.

Matchup: Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys
Date: Nov. 27, 2014
Start Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Location: Arlington, Texas 
Stadium: AT&T Stadium
Radio: Philadelphia Vs Dallas
Point Spread: Cowboys (-3)
Game Total: 51.5

Analyzing The Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day Football Odds

The Dallas Cowboys are coming off a big win on primetime last night. They beat the Giants 31-28, with a late touchdown drive and pass from QB Tony Romo to Dez Bryant. The Cowboys are a convincing 5-0 away from home, but a mere 3-3 in Arlington where they host the Eagles on Turkey Day.

Romo has completed 203 of his 295 passes for 2519 yards, with 22 TDs & 6 INTs and an 111.4 passer rating. Bryant has 63 catches for 879 yards & 10 TDs this season, followed by TE Jason Witten with 43 receptions, 461 yards & 4 TDs. RB DeMarco Murray leads all running backs with 1354 yards in 268 attempts & 7 TDs. Dallas offense is the 17th best passing the ball and 2nd best in rushing yards averaging, 237.2 & 150.1 yards, respectively.

The Cowboy’s defense is the 17th total ranked, allowing 355.0 yards and 21.8 points per game. Dallas turnover differential is -1 with 18 takeaways (11 INTs & 7 fumbles), but their offense has committed 19 turnovers in the season.

The Philadelphia Eagles thumped the Tennessee Titans 43-24 on Sunday, pushing their home record to 6-0. QB Mark Sanchez now has 1187 yards, 7 TDs & 6 INTs after going 30 of 43 with 307 yards 1 TD & 2 INTs against the Titans. WR Jeremy Maclin leads the team with 63 receptions, 980 yards & 9 TDs. RB LeSean McCoy ran for 125 yards and 1 TD against Tennessee, and now has 859 yards and 3 TDs in the season. Philly’s offense is 4th best passing the ball averaging 293.1 yards per game and 12th best running it, averaging 118.7 yards.

The Eagles are at a horrendous -8 in net turnovers so far this season, losing the ball 24 times this season while forcing only 19 takeaways (8 INTs & 11 Fumbles). They rank 27th in total defense.

This meeting will feature the 3rd and 6th best scoring offenses in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles averaging 31.1 points per game against and the Dallas Cowboys are averaging 26.5 per.

The total has gone OVER in 4 of Philadelphia’s last five games and 4 of Dallas’s last six games. However, the total has gone UNDER in 5 of Dallas’s last seven games when playing Philadelphia.

Philadelphia is 8-3 ATS this season, covering the spread in three of their last four game; the Eagles are 15-5 SU in their last 20 games,

Dallas is 6-5 ATS this season, but 8-2 SU in its last ten games. The Cowboys are 3-7 ATS in their last ten games at home, but 4-2 ATS when hosting the Philadelphia Eagles.