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Cowboys at Titans for TNF – Betting Odds and Free Pick

Last Updated on December 29, 2022 7:20 pm by Erwin Noguera

The emotions of the 2022-23 NFL season continue, and with only one week left in the year, we reach the penultimate week of games, where many things can still be defined for the postseason that begins the second week of January.

We have eight teams qualified for the playoffs, the Bills, Chiefs, Bengals, Ravens, Eagles, Cowboys, 49ers, and Vikings. Unfortunately, we only have six spots left for the next phase, which will be decided in these last two weeks of competition.

Now, this week 17, we will have a very intense game between the Cowboys and the Titans, two teams in completely different situations but looking to win all the remaining games.


Sunday, December 4 at 08:20 pm ET at the Nissan Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Cowboys -500

Titans +360

Where Can I Watch it?

NFL Network

Why Bet the Cowboys

The Cowboys have already clinched the #5 playoff berth for this season. With the Giants’ loss, Dallas’ win over Philadelphia certified this. However, that win also kept the Cowboys’ chances of clinching the divisional title alive.

That’s how important it is for Dallas to finish this regular season with two wins.

Although the divisional title and the NFC’s first playoff berth are elusive, they are still possible for Dallas. The Cowboys must win their next two games (against Titans and Commanders), and the Eagles have to lose theirs (to Saints and Giants).

Since returning from injury mid-season, Dak Prescott has been in charge of leading the Cowboys to victory. In 10 games this season, he has a 69% pass completion percentage for 2,450 yards, 20 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

In addition, Dallas’ ground game in the legs of Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliot has given them up to 20 touchdowns this season.

Dallas is coming off a spectacular victory against one of the teams strongly considered the best in the league this season, the Philadelphia Eagles, with a 40-34.

Why Bet the Titans

On the other hand, we have the Tennessee Titans, a team that lost the leadership of the AFC South on the last day after their loss to the Texans and the victory of the Jaguars in their respective game.

Now, the Titans know that their do-or-die game will be the last one of the season, that is, in Week 18 against the Jaguars, so it is likely that they will not play with all their starters in this game against Dallas.

Regardless of the results of the Jaguars and Titans in Week 17, whoever wins in the last week will qualify.

For this game against the Cowboys, the Titans will be without quarterback Ryan Tannehill. After re-aggravating an ankle injury, Tannehill underwent surgery this week. And while he likely won’t be able to return for the Week 18 matchup against the Jaguars, the coaching staff hasn’t ultimately ruled him out yet.

Tannehill’s absence means his spot would be filled by Malik Willis, a rookie third-round pick in the 2022 Draft. Willis has already started three games this season, including Saturday’s divisional matchup against the Texans.

Final Betting Analysis: Cowboys vs. Titans

This series has been contested a total of 15 times in NFL history. In this stretch, Dallas is Ahead in the records at a good 8-7. However, the Titans won the last game they played against Dallas in 2018, with a score of 28-14.

At, we can see that there is a Moneyline that favors the Cowboys at -500, while the Titans start at +360.

Everything seems to indicate that this week’s game will not have any relevance for the Titans, so we will probably not see an aggressive team.

That is why our winner chip, without any doubt, is for the Dallas Cowboys, and, in addition, we suggest the SPREAD bet on the Cowboys at -9.5.

Look for a straight win on the Moneyline Cowboys. If you put $100 on the Cowboys at -500, you’ll be looking at a $20 win with a total payout of $120.

Cowboys vs. Titans Betting Pick: Cowboys

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