The Dallas Cowboys have just three ATS victories in their last 15 games against Washington as they try to cover a huge spread against their division rival at AT&T Stadium on Monday Night Football.
Dallas, though, has been one of the best teams in the entire NFL so far this season at 6-1 SU and 5-2 ATS, while Washington has struggled at 2-5 SU and 2-5 ATS through seven games. The sportsbooks have the Cowboys listed as 10.5-point home favorites for Monday Night Football.
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Last season Dallas beat Washington SU in both of their matchups, with the Cowboys going 1-1 ATS in those contests – both of which were UNDER results. Prior to last season the Cowboys last managed to pick up an ATS victory over Washington way back in December 2009.
Dallas has won six straight games since dropping their opener to the San Francisco 49ers, knocking off Tennessee, St. Louis, New Orleans, Houston, Seattle, and the Giants – and losing ATS only to the Texans over that stretch.
Washington picked up just its second win of the season last week, beating Tennessee 19-17 but failing to cover the 6.5-point spread at home. Washington’s other SU win came back on September 14 against Jacksonville; they’ve lost to Houston, Philadelphia, the Giants, Seattle, and Arizona.
Matchup Report: Washington at Dallas (AT&T Stadium)
Betting Trends – Washington at Dallas
Washington 12-3 ATS last 15 meetings with Dallas
Washington 1-3 ATS last 4 road games vs. NFC East
Washington 2-7 ATS last 9 games as road underdogs
Dallas 4-0 ATS last 4 home games vs. NFC East
Dallas 1-4 ATS last 5 games as home favorites
UNDER 3-0 in last 3 meetings
UNDER 7-3 in Washington’s last 10 road games vs. NFC East
OVER 5-2 in Dallas’ last 7 home games vs. NFC East
OVER 3-1 in Dallas’ last 4 games as home favorite
Robert Griffin QB Questionable Week 8 (ankle)
Tracy Porter CB Questionable Week 8 (hamstring)
Chris Baker DE Probable Week 8 (thigh)
Ryan Clark S Probable Week 8 (ankle, shoulder)
Alfred Morris RB Probable Week 8 (ankle)
Tyler Polumbus T Probable Week 8 (knee)
Perry Riley LB Probable Week 8 (knee)
Trent Williams T Probable Week 8 (knee)
Jack Crawford DE Out Week 8 (calf)
Dez Bryant WR Probable Week 8 (shoulder)
Bruce Carter LB Probable Week 8 (thigh)
Doug Free T Probable Week 8 (foot)
Jakar Hamilton S Probable Week 8 (not injury related)
Jermey Parnell T Probable Week 8 (chest)
Tony Romo QB Probable Week 8 (back)
Anthony Spencer DE Probable Week 8 (knee, foot)