Dallas Cowboys 2010 NFL Predictions, Win Total & 2011 Superbowl Odds: The Dallas Cowboys won their first playoff game in 13 seasons but anything less than a 2010 Superbowl championship will be considered a disappointment this season. The Cowboys are loaded with elite personnel on both sides of the ball with 20 of 22 starters returning from last year’s squad that reached the 2nd round of the playoffs. Dallas has been underachieving for some time but QB Tony Romo is peaking at the right time and they should be able to make a run at the 2010 Superbowl. Below is an in-depth look at the 2010 Dallas Cowboys from our NFL Picks team of experts.
Below is a closer look at the 2010 Dallas Cowboys from our NFL picks team of experts. Dallas Cowboys 2011 Super Bowl Odds have the Cowboys at 11-1 to win on the NFL Betting moneyline at SPORTSBETTING.COM.
Offense NFL Predictions: When the Cowboys offense is “on” they are next to unstoppable. Unfortunately the inconsistent O-line makes this talented unit stall out too often. Tony Romo has really come into his own as an elite signal-caller and this year he is surrounded by excellent talent at the skill positions. Rookie WR Dez Bryant should be an explosive addition in the passing game alongside Miles Austin. The running attack is powered by a three-headed monster in Felix Jones, Marion Barber and Tashard Choice that is among the best in the NFL. The 2010 Dallas Cowboys NFL Odds to win the NFC East Division is at 5-4 on the NFL Betting money line.
Defense NFL Predictions: The Dallas D is strong on all three levels with a dominant linebacking crew leading the way. The secondary has some questions marks but the front seven is very stout. LB DeMarcus Ware is a scary player that abuses opposing QB’s and NT Jay Ratliff has quietly emerged as on of the best linemen in the league. The Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Redskins Week 1 NFL point spread has Dallas at -3.5.
Coaching/ Special Teams: Wade Phillips will never be mistaken for Vince Lombardi but he is a decent captain. Special teams have only average legs but Dez Bryant could be a game-changing kick returner.
2010 NFL Picks Staff NFL Power Ratings 1-10 Scale
Coaching: 7 (x200%)
QB: 8.5 (x400%)
DL: 7 (x200%)
LB: 9 (x200%)
DB: 7 (x200%)
ST: 7 (x200%)