Cowboys Super Bowl LVIII Odds: September 20, 2023
The Cowboys 2024 Super Bowl odds are +750, per DraftKings Sportsbook TX. The Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl odds opened up at +1800 to +1400 at most U.S. Sportsbooks. But after Week 2, their odds have shortened from +900 to +750, which is tied for the third-best in the NFL.
Over the last few months, we’ve an increase in the Super Bowl odds for the Dallas Cowboys. With their dominating Week 1 win over the Giants and then their Week 2 win over the Jets, those odds have shifted even more. Plus, they are now nearly even with the Eagles to win the NFC East.
The Dallas Cowboys aren’t the favorites to win Super Bowl 58, but they are among the teams that have an excellent chance of making a run this year. Currently, they have the third-best odds to win Super Bowl LVIII as they have one of the most complete rosters in the league. If they can stay healthy, they should be playing deep into January once again. This might be the best chance the Dallas Cowboys have of winning the Super Bowl in the last two decades.
Cowboys Super Bowl Odds vs. NFC East
As it stands after two weeks, the Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles are the only two teams with a legitimate shot to win Super Bowl 58. These two divisional rivals are tied for the third-shortest odds to win the Super Bowl at +750.
Although the Washington Commanders are off to a surprising 2-0 start, sportsbooks aren't buying in just yet as the Commanders are tied for the eighth-longest Super Bowl odds at +7500. The Giants made the playoffs last year but have struggled early on, losing to the Cowboys in Week 1 and then needing a miraculous comeback win against the lowly Arizona Cardinals last week. Heading into Week 3, the Giants are tied with the Commanders at +7500 odds to win this year's Super Bowl.
Dallas Cowboys Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds
This will be the home for the weekly Super Bowl 58 odds for the Dallas Cowboys and we'll track all of the odds movement as the season unfolds. Following another dominant performance, the Cowboys have seen their 2024 Super Bowl odds improve once again.
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We will continue to update these odds as the season progresses and after the games are played. All odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Latest Updates Impacting Cowboys Super Bowl Odds
Here are the most important and relevant bits of information regarding the Dallas Cowboys going into the 2023 season:
- 📅 September 19: Running back Ronald Jones is released.
- 📅 September 7: Tyron Smith is added to the injury report ahead of the season opener with an ankle injury.
- 📅 September 4: Tyler Smith is dealing with a hamstring injury.
- 📅 September 3: RT Terence Steele signs a 5-year, $86.8 million extension with $50 million guaranteed.
- 📅 August 29: Cowboys waive backup RB Malik Davis.
- 📅 August 29: Former first-round CB Noah Igbinoghene is traded to the Cowboys for former second-round CB Kelvin Joseph.
- 📅 August 7: The Cowboys activated rookie TE Luke Schoonmaker from the non-football injury list.
- 📅 August 7: The Cowboys released PK Tristan Vizanio.
- 📅 August 4: The Cowboys signed FS Malik Hooker to a three-year contract extension.
- 📅 July 6: The Cowboys sign USFL PK Brandon Aubrey to a one-year deal.
- 📅 June 9: The Cowboys release veteran DE Takk McKinley.
- 📅 June 7: The Cowboys sign former second-round pick DE Ben Banogu.
- 📅 June 5: The Cowboys release former fourth-round pick WR Antonio Callaway.
- 📅 April 27: The Cowboys select DT Mazi Smith with the No. 26 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
- 📅 April 4: The Cowboys re-sign veteran DT Johnathan Hankins to a one-year deal.
- 📅 March 21: The Cowboys sign veteran RB Ronald Jones to a one-year deal.
- 📅 March 19: The Texans trade WR Brandin Cooks to the Cowboys.
- 📅 March 16: The Cowboys re-sign backup QB Cooper Rush to two-year deal worth $6 million.
- 📅 March 15: The Cowboys release RB Ezekiel Elliott via post-June 1 cut designation.
- 📅 March 14: The Cowboys trade a 2023 fifth-round pick to the Colts for former Pro Bowl CB Stephon Gilmore.
- 📅 March 14: The Cowboys re-sign LB Leighton Vander Esch to two-year deal worth $8 million.
- 📅 March 6: The Cowboys place franchise tag on Pro Bowl RB Tony Pollard.
Be sure to bookmark this page, and check back for all of the latest news and developments regarding the Dallas Cowboys and their chances of making the playoffs again in 2023.
Dallas Cowboys Schedule and Betting Lines
Here is a look at the point spread and moneyline odds for each of the Cowboys matchups this year. These odds will fluctuate throughout the year depending on how the Cowboys and their opponent that week have been performing.
The Dallas Cowboys have seen a shift in both the spread and moneyline for their next two games. Dallas heads on the road to Arizona and thanks to a combination of the Cowboys' recent performances and the Cardinals having one of the weakest rosters in the league, Dallas has moved to a 12-point road favorite. This is up from last week's look-ahead line where the Cowboys were 10.5-point favorites.
In Week 4, Dallas will host the New England Patriots where that spread has also moved, from -4.5 to -7.5 in favor of the Cowboys.
Key Contributors Toward Cowboys Super Bowl Odds
For the Dallas Cowboys to make it back to the playoffs in 2023, they are going to need another big season from QB Dak Prescott. Prescott led the NFL in interceptions with 15, he that hasn't been much of an issue for him for most of his career. He's done a great job of not turning the ball over in the first two games and has led the Cowboys to 70 total points.
Prescott is +1500 to win the MVP award on DraftKings Sportsbook, and those odds have risen from +2200 to start the year. While he hasn't posted gaudy stats yet, the Cowboys do have the No. 1 scoring offense through two games.
Another player to watch this year is third-year DE/LB Micah Parsons. Parsons finished second in the DPOY voting last year but is the current favorite (+200 on DraftKings) to win the award this season. Those odds have already risen through the first two games of the season as Parsons has recorded three sacks and made numerous big plays.
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 LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The Dallas Cowboys are among the favorites to win the Super Bowl and it shouldn't be a major surprise. They might just have the best defense in the NFL led by the best defensive player (Micah Parsons). The Cowboys have always been an elite offense whenever Dak Prescott has been under center and that shouldn't change, especially after Week 2 and their 2-0 record.
The Dallas Cowboys are neck-and-neck with the Eagles and the 49ers in the conference and the winner of the NFC might just come down to health. But in terms of overall talent, it's hard to say definitely that anyone is more talented in the NFL than the Dallas Cowboys coming out of Week 2.
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:
- 🏆 Super Bowl VI (1971-72): 24-3 win over Miami Dolphins
- 🏆 Super Bowl XII (1977-78): 27-10 win over Denver Broncos
- 🏆 Super Bowl XXVII (1992-93): 52-17 win over Buffalo Bills
- 🏆 Super Bowl XXVIII (1993-94): 30-13 win over Buffalo Bills
- 🏆 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:
- ❌ Super Bowl V (1970-1971): 16-13 loss vs Baltimore Colts
- ✅ Super Bowl VI (1971-72): 24-3 win over Miami Dolphins
- ❌ Super Bowl X (1975-1976): 21-17 loss vs Pittsburgh Steelers
- ✅ Super Bowl XII (1977-78): 27-10 win over Denver Broncos
- ❌ Super Bowl XIII (1978-1979): 35-31 loss vs Pittsburgh Steelers
- ✅ Super Bowl XXVII (1992-93): 52-17 win over Buffalo Bills
- ✅ Super Bowl XXVIII (1993-94): 30-13 win over Buffalo Bills
- ✅ 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:
- ✅ 1970-1971 season: 17-10 win over San Francisco 49ers
- ✅ 1971-1972 season: 14-3 win over San Francisco 49ers
- ❌ 1972-1973 season: 26-3 loss vs. Washington Redskins
- ❌ 1973-1974 season: 27-10 loss vs. Minnesota Vikings
- ✅ 1975-1976 season: 37-7 win over Los Angeles Rams
- ✅ 1977-1978 season: 23-6 win over Minnesota Vikings
- ✅ 1978-1979 season: 28-0 win over Los Angeles Rams
- ❌ 1980-1981 season: 20-7 loss vs. Philadelphia Eagles
- ❌ 1981-1982 season: 28-27 loss vs. San Francisco 49ers
- ❌ 1982-1983 season: 31-17 loss vs. Washington Redskins
- ✅ 1992-1993 season: 30-20 win vs. San Francisco 49ers
- ✅ 1993-1994 season: 38-21 win vs. San Francisco 49ers
- ❌ 1994-1995 season: 38-28 loss vs. San Francisco 49ers
- ✅ 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.
Preseason Cowboys Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The Cowboys Super Bowl odds are currently +1400, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. They have the sixth-highest odds in the NFL of winning Super Bowl 58 and the third-highest odds in the NFC. Here's a look at the Cowboys preseason odds from past years.
Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl FAQs
The Dallas Cowboys are +750 to win Super Bowl 58, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. They have the third-best odds in the NFL to win next year’s Super Bowl and the third-best odds from the NFC. Those odds have risen significantly since the start of the season as the Cowboys are Super Bowl contenders after two weeks.
The Dallas Cowboys are +350 to win the NFC during the 2023-2024 season, giving them an implied NFC Championship probability of 22.2%. The only teams with better odds are the San Francisco 49ers, who made the NFC Championship Game last year. The Cowboys and Eagles have the same NFC Championship odds after two games.
Most U.S. sportsbooks currently have odds available on the Dallas Cowboys to win Super Bowl 58. Players can bet on the Cowboys or any of the other 31 teams on major sportsbooks including BetMGM and Caesars Sportsbook. Sports betting is still not legal in Texas, however.
The Cowboys have won five Super Bowls during their franchise’s history. That's tied with the 49ers for third-most Super Bowl wins of all time. Those Super Bowl wins came during the following seasons: 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, and 1995. Their last Super Bowl win came during the 1995-1996 season when they defeated the Steelers.
The Dallas Cowboys have appeared in eight Super Bowls in franchise history. That is tied for the second-most of all-time behind only the New England Patriots. The last Super Bowl appearance for the Cowboys came during the 1995-1996 season when they defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl 30.
Marcus Mosher covers the NFL, NFL Draft and NFL news for BetTexas.com. The host of the Locked On Cowboys podcast, Marcus also has been the managing editor of The Raiders Wire and contributor to The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly, FanSided and FanRag Sports.