So much is unknown about an NFL season in the month of April, but that doesn’t stop people from trying to figure out what is going to happen. Generally when we are talking about this we’re noting a mock draft or two. Predicting things can be tough business as the future is, well, largely unpredictable.
Our friends at BetOnline have taken prediction to a new level and are doing so for a time way past the draft. Obviously there is some uncertainty in our world right now, but we now have game lines for every game that the Dallas Cowboys will play in 2020. Every single one.
The NFL schedule is reportedly set to be released on, or around, May 9th. We will find out when all of these games take place then, but for now we do at the very least know who the Cowboys will be playing in 2020, and they are favored in a majority of their games here.
2020 Dallas Cowboys Game Odds
- Arizona Cardinals.......... -6.5
- Atlanta Falcons.............. -6.5
- Cleveland Browns.......... -3.5
- New York Giants............. -7.5
- Philadelphia Eagles......... -2
- Pittsburgh Steelers......... -3
- San Francisco 49ers........ Pick ‘em
- Washington Redskins...... -11
- at Baltimore Ravens......... +7
- at Cincinnati Bengals....... -5
- at Los Angeles Rams........ +1
- at Minnesota Vikings........ +2.5
- at New York Giants........... -3
- at Philadelphia Eagles...... +2.5
- at Seattle Seahawks......... +3
- at Washington Redskins... -6
The Cowboys are favored in 10 of their 16 overall games including seven at home. In fact, the only game that the Cowboys aren’t favored in at AT&T Stadium is their contest against the reigning NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers, and that game is a virtual coin flip according to BetOnline.
Away from home looks like it could be a different story for Dallas as they are underdogs in five of the eight contests. It will obviously be difficult for the Cowboys to win in places like Baltimore, Seattle, and Philadelphia, but even Minnesota and Los Angeles (which might be the season opener) will be tough.
The NFL added another wildcard team to both conferences beginning with the 2020 season so there are technically four playoff spots that the Cowboys are eligible for (the NFC East and the three wildcards). If these lines were to come to total fruition (an admittedly doubtful proposition) then Dallas would finish with a 10-6 record and it’s hard to see how that wouldn’t make them a playoff team.