Where Does AT&T Stadium Rank When It Comes to Betting Overs?

Where Does AT&T Stadium Rank When It Comes to Betting Overs?
Fact Checked by Michael Peters

As we speed towards the opening kickoff of the 2023 Dallas Cowboys season, there’s no better time to take a look at where the team’s home field in Arlington ranks leaguewide.

One area where AT&T Stadium excels is the sheer number of contests that have cleared the pregame betting over/under, with the Cowboys’ home field ranking among the highest in the NFL in over percentage since 2013.

Between the Cowboys’ high-powered offenses under coaches Jason Garrett and Mike McCarthy and the leaguewide theme of indoor stadiums producing higher point totals than their outdoor brethren, it’s no wonder AT&T Stadium is among the NFL’s leaders.

BetTexas.com, the home to coverage of Texas sports betting issues, took a look back at all NFL over/under results from the past 10 seasons, utilizing data from SportsOddsHistory.com, to see which current stadiums have hit the most overs. This data includes all regular season, playoff games and Super Bowls played at the stadium.

We instituted a five-year minimum in the research, excluding Allegiant Stadium and SoFi Stadium from the list.

Best NFL Stadiums for Over Bettors Since 2013

Rank Stadium Over Percentage Total Over Record
1. Ford Field (Lions) 59.15% 48-33-1
2.Caesars Superdome (Saints) 55.29% 47-38
3.AT&T Stadium (Cowboys) 54.71% 46-38-1
4.Nissan Stadium (Titans) 53.75% 43- 37
5.New Era Stadium (Bills) 53.41% 43- 39-1
6.US Bank Stadium (Vikings) 53.33% 32-28
7.Paycor Stadium (Bengals) 53.01% 43-38-1
8.Hard Rock Stadium (Dolphins) 51.88% 41-38-1
9.Gillette Stadium (Patriots) 51.65% 47-44
10.Acrisure Stadium (Steelers) 51.2% 42-40-1

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Where AT&T Stadium Ranks Among NFL Venues

Leaguewide, the Cowboys’ home field ranked third overall when it comes to over percentage, at 54.71% — coming in behind Detroit’s Ford Field (59.15%) and New Orleans’ Caesars Superdome (55.29%).

As for total over record, games at AT&T Stadium are 46-38-1 since 2013, trailing Detroit (48-33-1) and New Orleans (47-38).

It’s of little surprise as the Cowboys’ offense has been a juggernaut during that timeframe, averaging 25.4 points per contest in the 162 games the team has played since the start of the 2013 season, while Dallas’ foes have averaged 22.3 points.

Although there are no Texas sports betting apps, national operators list Dallas as a 3-point underdog against the New York Giants in the team’s season opener Sept. 10 — a game which takes place on the road.

The Cowboys play their first home game Sept. 17 against the New York Jets.



Christopher Boan is a writer with BetTexas.com, covering state issues. He has covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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