Online NFL Betting Scopes Out Rams-Cowboys Match

Posted by: Anthony Yaylor
Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys NFL Betting Week 4 – Sunday, October 1st

The Dallas Cowboys, some online NFL betting players favorites to win the NFC East, once again earned the nomenclature of America’s Team this past weekend when the organization chose not to protest the national anthem but still managed to put forth a united front. Before their Weed 3 Monday night football contest against the Arizona Cardinals, the Dallas Cowboys, joined alongside by franchise owner Jerry jones, took a knee before the national anthem played – symbolizing that the team was a united front. However, before the anthem started the playing, the entire team got up from their knee. The stunt managed to catch the attention of the President who, as usual, took to Twitter to voice his betting NFL opinion.

It’s clear that President Trump had no issue with Dallas’ choice of protest. Nevertheless, it’s clear that the President is more concerned about what he perceives as a lack of respect towards the men in uniform instead of actually lending an ear to the protests of his own people.

Nevertheless, there’s still plenty of football to be played and the Cowboys will once again get an opportunity to showcase their position on this political topic this Sunday when they host the Los Angeles Rams. Let’s see what kind of outcome the best online sportsbooks are predicting for this upcoming Sunday.

Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys – Sunday, October 1st

When: 1:00 pm ET

Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington

TV: Fox

Stream: Fox Sports Go, NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Los Angeles Rams +7 (-119) 46 ½ (-110)

Dallas Cowboys -7 (-101)      46 ½ (-110)

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams enter this Week 4 matchup sporting a 2-1 that pegs them as the best team in the NFC West. Los Angeles is no stranger to early season success. In 2016, the team posted a 3-1 record through the first four weeks of the season. However, the Rams would only win one more game from there on out to finish the season with a meager 4-12 record. There’s no doubt that online NFL betting fans who favor the Rams are anxious to find out if this year will have a similar turnout.

Jared Goff has been the cornerstone of the Rams success. The 2nd year veteran got some playing team in 2016 and it’s clear that the experience has had a positive impact on his statistics. Goff heads into this weekend’s matchup with 5 touchdowns, 1 interception, 817 yards and a 118.2 passer rating to his name.

Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys ride into this weekend’s contest with a 2-1 record that ties them with the Philadelphia Eagles for the lead in the NFC East. As previously mentioned, America’s team is coming off a Monday Night Football contest against the Arizona Cardinals. It was a tough-fought match but the Cowboys managed to come out on top 28-17. Dak Prescott was the principal force behind the Cowboys victory, finishing the night with a 72% completion percentage, 183 yards, 2 touchdowns and a 141.7 passer rating.