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The Cowboys are in the middle of the pack when it comes to Super Bowl odds after the NFL Draft

Would you take these odds for the Cowboys?

2021 NFL Draft Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

The Dallas Cowboys got a lot better on defense throughout the 2021 NFL Draft and the hope is that will translate into a team that got significantly better. We all believe in the Cowboys offense and if the defense really is improved then this is a team that, theoretically, could challenge a lot of squads in 2021. Obviously there are still a lot of questions for the group as a whole and right now there are far juicier storylines around the league than America’s Team drafting a linebacker in the first round.

Perhaps Micah Parsons will wind up shocking the world, he is favored to win Defensive Rookie of the Year by the way, and if he does it should be a rising tide that lifts all boats. On the subject of odds, the Cowboys aren’t exactly among the top teams when it comes to the idea of winning Super Bowl LVI following the 2021 NFL Draft.

Looking at the teams ahead of the Cowboys from BetOnline’s odds to win Super Bowl LVI following the draft is a bit strange. Some are understandable, but some are rather weird.

Nobody is going to be shocked by somebody like Kansas City being higher, but Denver? Really? The desert might be looking for people to jump on the rumor that Aaron Rodgers could wind up there, and while it would certainly be nice to see him away from the Green Bay Packers, it definitely would be interesting if the Cowboys had to play him in his first season elsewhere.

If you are a supreme believer in the Cowboys this season, now might be the time to jump in on this particular wager. 33/1 odds is fairly good for an offense that should be among the best in the league and again, if the defense is simply not terrible, then altogether this package could be one that pays off nicely.

Let’s all hope that’s exactly what happens.