New York Jets vs Dallas Cowboys: NFL Week 15 Saturday Night Football Odds
New York Jets: Offense is catching up to the defense
Playing with a lot of confidence, on both sides of the ball, New York rolls into Dallas on the wings of wins over the Dolphins (38-20) Giants (23-20 OT) and Titans (30-8). Although the victories were against relatively sub-par squads – it can be argued that the Cowboys are step down in class here. The Jets offence has been firing on all cylinders as they have posted 411, 463 and 436 total yards during their last three games. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick really settled in under center during those contests as he fired nine touchdown passes and zero interceptions. Wrecking ball RB Chris Ivory, along with stud receivers Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker, have combined 903 total yards and seven touchdowns during the Jets hot streak. This is near must-win territory for New York.
Dallas Cowboys: Disastrous season slowly crawls to a close in the Lone Star State
If the Redskins, Giants and Eagles all lose their last three games, and if Dallas is able to win out, the Cowboys will host a Wild Card playoff game in January. If ifs and buts were candy and nuts – we’d all have a Merry Christmas. Dallas returns home following a dramatic 19-16 win Washington in Week 13 and a 28-7 loss in Green Bay last weekend. Those contests were proceeded by a 33-14 Thanksgiving Day trashing by Carolina as the Panthers sent QB Tony Romo back to the injury list and the Cowboys playoff hopes into the abyss. The loss of Romo, plus the departure of RB Demarco Murray in the off-season, has severely limited the Cowboys and the 23.5 points per game given up by the defense hasn’t been low enough to back up the woefully anemic offense.
Jets vs Cowboys NFL Week 15 Call: Relative strangers, Dallas and New York square off for the first time since the Jets posted a 27-24 win at home in 2011. Between 2008 and 20011 Dallas played on the prime time Saturday Night stage four times recording a 2-2 record that includes a 24-7 win in New Orleans that dropped the Saints to 13-1 and ended their perfect season in 2009. Saturday Night is alright for scoring as 53 points has been the average combined final count during the last seven games. Dallas red zone TD scoring went from 64.91% last year to 44.44% this year while New York’s putrid 36.17% mark last year is up dramatically to 68.52% this season. Part of that is due to the Jets 41.9 third down conversion rate – compared to the 35.3 mark posted by the Cowboys. New York is tied for seventh in the NFL with a +5 turnover ratio while Dallas is dead last with -15 mark. Give us a 500 unit wager on the Jets point spread price at SportsInteraction.
New York Jets vs Dallas Cowboys – SportsInteraction NFL Week 15 Betting Odds
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