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Over/Under? Dallas Cowboys’ 2021 Win Total Set At 9.5

Las Vegas usually gets it right.

Anyone who has spent even a little time gambling on sports knows that when you think you have an , you probably actually don’t. The house always wins, right?

Well if this is true, then order the hats and t-shirts because the Dallas are your 2021 NFL East champions.

Caesars Sportsbook released their 2021 win totals for each NFL team, with the Cowboys having their line set at 9.5 wins. While that doesn’t seem too steep, especially in a 17 game season, it is the best of the East.

Washington is next with 8 wins, and then the Giants and Eagles are tied for last with their lines set at 7 wins. Newly Formed Cowboys' OL Faces Big Test Vs. Washington

The Cowboys obviously had the season from hell in 2020, losing nearly every key contributor to at some point during the year. But with the best in the division back and healthy, and his back in tact, there is certainly reason for optimism at .

Oddsmakers opened the with the highest line in football at 12 wins, with the defending champion sitting at 11.5. Last year, Kansas City would have shattered that mark, finishing 14-2 before eventually losing in the .

Five teams in the NFC (the , the , the , the , and the ) sit at double digit win totals.

Coming off a six win season, the Cowboys have quite a bit to prove to the public in order to play themselves into that top tier of the conference.

What do you think?

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Written by Kevin Brady

Die-hard Cowboys fan from the Northeast, so you know I am here to defend the 'boys whenever necessary. Began writing for a WordPress Cowboys Blog, and have been with ITS since 2016.

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