Is Brandon Weeden going to be the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys in their game at AT&T Stadium against the Arizona Cardinals early on Sunday afternoon? Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo is listed as questionable for the game.
Romo’s back injury briefly forced him out of the team’s Monday Night Football loss to rival Washington last week, with Weeden completing four of six passes for 69 yards and a touchdown in his place. A decision on Romo’s status isn’t like to come until late Sunday morning, with the Cowboys sitting as 1-point home favorites for the game.
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That small spread is a bit of an outlier for Sunday, with a number of teams favored by more than a touchdown – Cincinnati at -11.5 at home to Jacksonville, Cleveland at -7.5 at home to Tampa Bay, Kansas City at -10 at home to the Jets, San Francisco at -10.5 at home to St. Louis, and Seattle at -15.5 at home to Oakland.
The marquee matchup on Sunday, however, has a short spread of just 2.5 points with the Denver Broncos favored on the road over the New England Patriots. Tom Brady has a lifetime record of 10-5 SU against Peyton Manning covering his time with both the Colts and the Broncos, and the Pats had been on a 4-0 SU and ATS run against the Broncos until their 26-16 loss in last year’s AFC Championship Game.
And for those focused on Sunday Night Football, the Pittsburgh Steelers head into gameday as 1-point home underdogs against the Baltimore Ravens, with Baltimore having blasted them 26-6 as a 2.5-point home favorite in their first meeting of the season back in Week 2. That was the Ravens’ first ATS win against the Steelers since 2011.
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