Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

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The Cowboys odds to win the Super Bowl are in the hands of Dak Prescott CeeDee Lamb and the offense

Key Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ† The Cowboys have been eliminated from the playoffs after losing to Green Bay in the Wild Card round.
  • ๐Ÿ”ฎ Dallas will pick 24th overall in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft.
  • ๐Ÿ’ฐ The Cowboys are currently $11 million over next year's salary cap.

With a disappointing first-round playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers, the Cowboys' Super Bowl odds are nonexistent. The team and front office will now turn their attention to the offseason, where difficult decisions surrounding the coaching staff and players will be made. For those looking forward to the 2024 NFL Draft, the Cowboys will be picking 24th overall unless a trade is made between now and April.

Cowboys Super Bowl Odds: April 10, 2024

You will no longer find Cowboys Super Bowl odds on any betting platform until the end of the season when odds are released for next year's big game. We'll update the table below once those markets have been released.

๐Ÿ‘‘ 2024 Super Bowl OddsN/A
๐Ÿ† Odds to Win NFCN/A
โœ… Data Last Verified:April 10, 2024

Despite being heavy favorites against the Packers, the Cowboys' playoff chances vanished after dropping their opening round playoff matchup. Dallas went into the game as touchdown favorites or higher and were walloped. With a final score of 48-32, the game was never in doubt as Green Bay jumped out to a 27-0 lead by the second quarter.

Dallas Cowboys 2024 Super Bowl Odds: Weekly Tracker

This will be the home for the weekly Super Bowl LVIII odds for the Dallas Cowboys with the season underway. Below, I'll be tracking the Cowboys' Super Bowl odds following each week's result.

WeekCowboys Super Bowl 58 Odds
Week 1    +1400
Week 2+900
Week 3+750
Week 4+1000
Week 5+1000
Week 6+1500
Week 7+1100
Week 8+1000
Week 9+850
Week 10+1000
Week 11+1000
Week 12+1100
Week 13+900
Week 14+850
Week 15+800
Week 16+900
Week 17+1000
Week 18+850
Week 19 (Super Wild Card Weekend)+750

The Cowboys went into Super Wild Card Weekend with the fourth-shortest Super Bowl odds. Their postseason hopes are now over due to the home loss against the No. 7-seeded Green Bay Packers.

Latest Updates Impacting Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

Here are the most important and relevant bits of information regarding the Dallas Cowboys 2023 season and their Super Bowl odds:

  • ๐Ÿ“… January 14, 2024: Dallas gets absolutely crushed at home at the hands of the Green Bay Packers, 48-32.
  • ๐Ÿ“… January 7, 2024: The Cowboys open as 7.5-point home favorites against the Green Bay Packers for the opening round of the playoffs.
  • ๐Ÿ“… January 7, 2024: With a win over the Commanders, the Cowboys lock up the NFC East and No. 2 seed.
  • ๐Ÿ“… January 3, 2024: Running back Deuce Vaughn is placed on injured reserve.
  • ๐Ÿ“… January 2, 2024: Former Cowboys offensive lineman La'el Collins rejoins the team, being signed to the practice squad.
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 30: The Cowboys pick up a controversial last-second win over Detroit, 20-19.
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 27: Linebacker Rashaan Evans is released.
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 24: Dallas drops another road game, this time to Miami by a score of 22-20.
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 22: The Cowboys may be without three key pieces in their matchup against Miami this week, as DL Jonathan Hankins, OT Tyron Smith, and OG Zack Martin have yet to practice this week.
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 18: Eagles lose to Seahawks, giving the NFC East lead back to the Cowboys
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 17: Dallas can now set its sights on the Lombardi, as the Cowboys clinched a playoff berth because of the combination of losses between the Packers, Vikings, and Falcons.
  • ๐Ÿ“… December 10: Cowboys defeat Eagles 33-13 to close the gap in the NFC East.
  • ๐Ÿ“… October 16: The Cowboys have placed LB Leighton Vander Esch (neck) and  CB C.J. Goodwin (pectoral) on the injured reserve list
  • ๐Ÿ“… September 24: Cornerback Trevon Diggs is placed on IR after tearing his ACL in practice during Week 3.

Be sure to bookmark this page, and check back for all of the latest news and developments regarding the Dallas Cowboys and their odds of winning this year's Super Bowl.

Key Contributors Toward Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

It's no secret that quarterback Dak Prescott has been under a lot of scrutiny and become the scapegoat for the lack of playoff success for the Cowboys. We've seen Prescott play at an MVP candidate level for stretches this year, although he has had trouble maintaining that. If the Cowboys are going to make a deep playoff run and reach the Super Bowl, Prescott has to be on top of his game.

One of the biggest issues for the Cowboys right now is the health of their offensive line. With Tyron Smith and Zack Martin battling injuries, it impacts every aspect of Dallas' offense. While it's unrealistic to expect Smith and Martin to be at full strength during the playoffs, the team needs them to be as healthy as possible.

CeeDee Lamb and Jake Ferguson have led the way in the passing game with Lamb posting the best numbers of his career. If Dallas can get Brandin Cooks more involved in the deep game, it could help unlock Lamb and Ferguson even further.

Tony Pollard has been a disappointment this year as it seems his explosiveness has been zapped due to the injury he suffered at the end of last season. It's not uncommon for players to start to feel more comfortable and healthy as the year goes on so if he can regain some of his previous form, it could be a huge boost to this offense.

Defensively, the unit is led by Micah Parsons who is having another strong season, positioning himself as the current betting favorite for Defensive Player of the Year. Daron Bland has stepped up with Trevon Diggs out for the year as well as Damon Clark at linebacker who leads the team in tackles.

Where Can I Bet on the Cowboys to Win the Super Bowl?

You will be able to bet on the Dallas Cowboys to win the Super Bowl at Caesars, BetMGM, DraftKings, FanDuel, and many other Texas sports betting sites once it is legalized in the Lone Star State. Unfortunately for those wanting to put some money down on the Cowboys, that won't be coming anytime soon. The earliest we can expect sports betting in Texas won't be until 2025.

Until then, bettors can cross state lines to places like Colorado, Kansas, and Louisiana where sports betting is legal.

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Outlook and Predictions

The Cowboys have been a pretty volatile team throughout the season. They've had stretches of dominance against lower competition but have struggled on the road against top-tier teams. The good news here is that Dallas should be able to lock up the NFC East and with it, the No. 2 seed in the NFC Playoffs. This means as long as Dallas stacks wins in the playoffs, they wouldn't have to go on the road until the NFC Championship game, assuming the 49ers win their games.

With Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb playing some of the best football of their careers combined with a defense that has shown the ability to hold opponents in check, this is a dangerous team that can certainly go on a deep playoff run. With their inconsistencies, however, it's hard to feel confident laying down a futures bet on the Cowboys to win the Super Bowl. It feels like this is yet another year where Dallas comes up short.

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Cowboys Super Bowl History

The Dallas Cowboys were established in the 1960 season with Hall of Fame head coach Tom Landry. They went 0-11-1 in their initial season in the NFL, but they quickly turned themselves into a contender. By 1971, the Cowboys had won their first Super Bowl.

Have the Cowboys Ever Won the Super Bowl?

Yes, the Dallas Cowboys have won the Super Bowl five times. Their first Super Bowl win came in 1971. They won two Super Bowls in the '70s (1971, 1977) and appeared in three others (1970, 1975, 1978).

Though they didn't appear in any Super Bowls in the 1980s, they did advance to the NFC Championship Game three times in that decade. The Cowboys became a powerhouse again in the 1990s, winning three Super Bowls in four years (1992, 1993, 1995).

But since then, they have yet to appear in a Super Bowl. In fact, they have not reach the NFC Championship Game since 1995.

How Many Super Bowls Have the Dallas Cowboys Won?

The Dallas Cowboys have won five Super Bowls in the history of the franchise. That is tied for the third-most in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers. Both the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers lead the NFL in Super Bowl wins with six.

Here is when the Cowboys have won their five Super Bowls, including their opponents and final scores:

  • ๐Ÿ† Super Bowl VI (1971-72): 24-3 win over Miami Dolphins
  • ๐Ÿ† Super Bowl XII (1977-78): 27-10 win over Denver Broncos
  • ๐Ÿ† Super Bowl XXVII (1992-93): 52-17 win over Buffalo Bills
  • ๐Ÿ† Super Bowl XXVIII (1993-94): 30-13 win over Buffalo Bills
  • ๐Ÿ† Super Bowl XXX (1995-96): 27-17 win over Pittsburgh Steelers

Which Years Did the Dallas Cowboys Go to the Super Bowl?

The Dallas Cowboys have appeared in eight Super Bowls during their franchise history. Their first appearance came in 1970 and their win was a year later when they defeated the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI. Here are all the years the Dallas Cowboys have made the Super Bowls:

  • โŒ Super Bowl V (1970-1971): 16-13 loss vs Baltimore Colts
  • โœ… Super Bowl VI (1971-72): 24-3 win over Miami Dolphins
  • โŒ Super Bowl X (1975-1976): 21-17 loss vs Pittsburgh Steelers
  • โœ… Super Bowl XII (1977-78): 27-10 win over Denver Broncos
  • โŒ Super Bowl XIII (1978-1979): 35-31 loss vs Pittsburgh Steelers
  • โœ… Super Bowl XXVII (1992-93): 52-17 win over Buffalo Bills
  • โœ… Super Bowl XXVIII (1993-94): 30-13 win over Buffalo Bills
  • โœ… Super Bowl XXX (1995-96): 27-17 win over Pittsburgh Steelers

The Dallas Cowboys are tied for the second-most Super Bowl appearances (8) in NFL history with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The New England Patriots have the most Super Bowl appearances with (11). The Cowboys are tied for the third-most Super Bowl wins (5) behind the Steelers and Patriots (6).

How Many Times Have the Dallas Cowboys Been to the NFC Championship Game?

The Dallas Cowboys have appeared in 14 NFC Championship Games during their franchise's history. Their first appearance came in 1971 when they defeated the San Francisco 49ers to move on to the Super Bowl. Here is a breakdown of all 14 Championship Game appearances for the Cowboys:

  • โœ… 1970-1971 season: 17-10 win over San Francisco 49ers
  • โœ… 1971-1972 season: 14-3 win over San Francisco 49ers
  • โŒ 1972-1973 season: 26-3 loss vs. Washington Redskins
  • โŒ 1973-1974 season: 27-10 loss vs. Minnesota Vikings
  • โœ… 1975-1976 season: 37-7 win over Los Angeles Rams
  • โœ… 1977-1978 season: 23-6 win over Minnesota Vikings
  • โœ… 1978-1979 season: 28-0 win over Los Angeles Rams
  • โŒ 1980-1981 season: 20-7 loss vs. Philadelphia Eagles
  • โŒ 1981-1982 season: 28-27 loss vs. San Francisco 49ers
  • โŒ 1982-1983 season: 31-17 loss vs. Washington Redskins
  • โœ… 1992-1993 season: 30-20 win vs. San Francisco 49ers
  • โœ… 1993-1994 season: 38-21 win vs. San Francisco 49ers
  • โŒ 1994-1995 season: 38-28 loss vs. San Francisco 49ers
  • โœ… 1995-1996 season: 38-27 win vs. Green Bay Packers

The Dallas Cowboys have the second-most NFC Championship Game appearances (14) only behind the San Francisco 49ers. The Cowboys and 49ers have faced one another in six NFC Championship Games, which is the most common championship matchup in NFL history.

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