NFL Betting Review: Buffalo Bills vs Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys offense had its bright spots in a 23-13 victory last week against the Seahawks. QB Tony Romo threw the 19 completions on 31 attempts for 279 yards and 2 TD’s. The rookie RB DeMarco Murray had another brilliant game, running the ball 22 times for 139 yards, a nice 6.3 yards per carry. The Dallas offense ended up with 442 total yards on the day while going 6 for 14 on 3rd down converting 42% of the time.
After the 34-7 thrashing the Dallas defense took in the week prior at the hands of the Eagles, they really needed this strong showing against Seattle. Last week they let up 381 total yards, 219 passing, and a 219 rushing. They still have alot of work as they are getting terribly chewed up by mediocre rushing attacks.
The Buffalo Bills offense are coming off a horrible outing against the Jets losing 27-11, and turning over the ball 3 times. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick severely under performed going 15/31 for 191 yards a TD and 2 INT’s. RB Fred Jackson had 18 carries for 82 yards but also fumbled the rock. WR Steve Johnson probably had the best day for the offense with 3 receptions for 84 yards.
The Bills were beat up badly by the Jets last week for 27 points on 348 yards, 222 passing, and 126 on the ground. They amounted absolutely no pass rush, not recording a single sack. FS Jairus Byrd produced one of the teams few big plays on defense with an interception.
Betting Review: I think the Buffalo Bills passing attack makes a comeback in a big way against the Dallas Cowboys weak secondary. The Cowboys allowed the very weak Seahawks to have a few good plays, and I think the Bills will do some damage in this one. Also with the way the Bills defense has been playing (awful) the over at 48 is an attractive bet.
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