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November 23, 2021

Cowboys vs Redskins Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting

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From 1960 to 2020, the Dallas Cowboys led the series 73-47-2 against the Washington Redskins.

In 2020, the Redskins were renamed the Washington Football Team. During the 2020 NFL Season, Washington won all matches against the Cowboys.

Some bettors may think the 2020 performance is a good indicator to favor Washington. Others, still undecided, may need more information before choosing which team to bet on.

SportsBetting.com discusses the past performance and betting trends between the Cowboys and Redskins to help you make more informed betting decisions.

Cowboys vs. Redskins Stats: 2020 Season Performance

Week 7

The first match between the Cowboys and Redskins was in Week 7 of the 2020 NFL season.

The first half ended at 22-3, favoring the Redskins. Both teams were scoreless in the third quarter, but the Redskins scored a field goal in the fourth.

The game ended with a 25-3 win for the Redskins.

Week 12

The second match happened on Week 12 in the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The Cowboys’ first point was a field goal followed by a Redskins’ touchdown. The Redskins led the first half at 17-13.

The Cowboys and Redskins scored a field goal in the third quarter, but the Redskins dominated with three touchdowns in the fourth.

The Redskins won 41-16 against the Cowboys.

2020 NFL Season Matches

Dallas Cowboys

Week 1. Los Angeles Rams – 20-17 (L)

Week 2. Atlanta Falcons – 40-39 (W)

Week 3. Seattle Seahawks – 31-38 (L)

Week 4. Cleveland Browns – 38-49 (L)

Week 5. New York Giants – 37-34 (W)

Week 6. Arizona Cardinals – 10-38 (L)

Week 7. Washington Redskins – 3-25 (L)

Week 8. Philadelphia Eagles – 9-23 (L)

Week 9. Pittsburgh Steelers – 19-24 (L)

Week 11. Minnesota Vikings – 31-28 (W)

Week 12. Dallas Cowboys  – 16-41 (L)

Week 13. Baltimore Ravens – 17-34 (L)

Week 14. Cincinnati Bengals – 30-7 (W)

Week 15. San Francisco 49ers – 41-33 (W)

Week 16. Philadelphia Eagles – 37-17 (W)

Week 17. NY Giants – 19-23 (L)

The Cowboys won six games and lost 10 matches, putting them at third place in the NFC East rankings.

Washington Redskins

Week 1. Philadelphia Eagles – 27-17 (W)

Week 2. Arizona Cardinals – 15-30 (L)

Week 3. Cleveland Browns – 20-34 (L)

Week 4. Baltimore Ravens – 17-31 (L)

Week 5. Los Angeles Rams – 10-30 (L)

Week 6. New York Giants – 19-20 (L)

Week 7. Dallas Cowboys – 25-3 (W)

Week 9. NY Giants – 20-23 (L)

Week 10. Detroit Lions – 27-30 (L)

Week 11. Cincinnati Bengals – 20-9 (W)

Week 12. Dallas Cowboys – 41-16 (W)

Week 13. Pittsburgh Steelers – 23-17 (W)

Week 14. San Francisco 49ers – 23-15 (W)

Week 15. Seattle Seahawks – 15-20 (L)

Week 16. Carolina Panthers – 13-20 (L)

Week 17. Philadelphia Eagles – 20-14 (W)

The Redskins won seven and lost nine games to land first place in the division and claim the NFC East title.

Cowboys (DAL) vs. Redskins (WSH) 2020 Betting Trends

2020 NFL Season Week 7 Odds

Moneyline: DAL -157, WSH +143

Point spread: DAL -1, WSH +1

Over/Under: 44.5

Winner: WSH (25-3)

Spread: WSH (+23 ATS)

O/U: 28(Under -16.5)

2020 NFL Season  Week 12 Odds

Moneyline: DAL -120, WSH +106

Point spread: DAL -2.5, WSH +2.5

Over/Under: 46

Winner: WSH(41-16)

Spread: WSH(+27.5 ATS)

O/U: 57(Over +11)

Cowboys vs. Redskins All-Time Series

The Cowboys and Redskins had 122 matchups from 1960 to 2020, including two postseason games in 1972 and 1983.

The Cowboys won 73 games against the Redskins who had only 47 wins. Both teams also tied twice.

2020 NFL Season Notable Players

Dallas Cowboys

  • Dak Prescott (quarterback)
  • Ezekiel Elliott (running back)
  • Andy Dalton (quarterback)

Washington Redskins

  • Alex Smith (quarterback)
  • Terry Mclaurin (wide receiver)
  • Dwayne Haskins (quarterback)

How to Bet on the Cowboys vs. Redskins Odds

Moneyline: This bet determines who wins straight up in a match. Favorites have a minus (-) sign, while underdogs have a plus (+) sign.

For example:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -170

Kansas City Chiefs +145

A $170 bet on the Bucks will earn you $100 if they win. If you bet $100 on the Chiefs and they win, you receive $145.

Point spread: The spread is the number of points a team needs to win or lose for your bet to win.

For example:

New England Patriots -4.5

Tennessee Titans +4.5

If you bet on the Pats, they must win by five points or more to win the bet. If you choose the Titans, they must win outright or lose by no more than four points for you to win.

Over/under: An O/U bet predicts whether the combined team scores go above or below a predetermined score.

For example:

Miami Dolphins-Las Vegas Raiders Over/Under 50.5

If you bet “over,” the combined score must be 51 or more points to win the bet. If you chose “under,” the score must be 50 points or lower.

Futures: In the NFL, futures odds are set before the regular season and centered on postseason events like conference championships, division playoffs, or the Super Bowl.

Prop bets: Props are placed on milestones that may or may not impact a game’s outcome. Examples of prop bets include:

  • Will the Green Bay Packers accomplish five touchdowns in their first game?
  • Will Case Keenum surpass 2,000 passing yards next season?
  • Will the Saints pick a quarterback in the next NFL Draft?
  • Will David Johnson reach 600 rushing yards next season?

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