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Caesars Sportsbook preview of Sunday Night Football — Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Caesars Sportsbook gives the Buccaneers the edge in this game, posting them as 2.5-point favorites and -145 on the moneyline. The over/under for this game is 50 points. Caesars also has the Buccaneers as +330 favorites to win the NFC this year and +750 to win the Super Bowl, behind the Bills.
This should be a quality matchup to kick off Sunday Night Football. These two teams faced off last year, resulting in a 31-29 win for the Buccaneers and the Cowboys covering the spread as road underdogs. This year, the Cowboys are still the underdog, but by a much smaller margin, and they have home-field advantage. The Cowboys had the best record in the league ATS last year at 13-5, while the Buccaneers posted a 3-6 ATS record on the road.
The Buccaneers have been plagued by injuries this offseason, most notably on their offensive line, which has done a good job in years past at protecting the not-so-mobile Tom Brady. The Cowboys have a solid defense to exploit any weaknesses. But the Cowboys lost some of their core talent this offseason as well, which levels the playing field a bit more. What we have are two high-level quarterbacks with pass-heavy offenses who will try to make up for the current holes in their respective squads.