Baltimore Ravens vs Dallas Cowboys Week 6 Betting Odds

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Tony Romo had a week off to think about his last performance on Monday Night Football in Week 4 against the Chicago Bears.

Just how bad was it?

5 interceptions bad in a blowout loss to the Bears. Romo now has more interceptions than he does touchdowns this season at 5/8. And things don’t exactly get any easier in Week 6 on Sunday, when Dallas goes on the road to take on the Baltimore Ravens.

The Cowboys sit at 2-2 on the season, but the good news is that they are right behind the Giants and Eagles in the NFC East standings. They can begin to turn things around right away with a win at Baltimore.

Oddsmakers do not see that happening though.

Ravens vs Cowboys Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook have set Baltimore as four-point favorites over Dallas to get the win. Baltimore has won four of their first games on the season, and are out to sole possession of first place in the AFC North.

The Ravens can cover this betting line with a win by five-points or more, while a loss by three points or less for the Cowboys would give Dallas the cover. Neither team has had great success when it comes to covering the spread this season. The cowboys are just 1-3 ATS, while Baltimore is also sitting below .500 at 2-3 ATS.

This game will probably come down to the decision making of Romo against the Ravens defense. And while in years past Baltimore has been shut down type unit, they rank just 23rd against the run and 20th against the past. This is not the Ravens defense that has been intimidating. It is an aging defense that Romo could take advantage of if he gets time in the pocket.

On the other side of the field, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and the offense had trouble in a 9-6 win over Kansas City, so it will be interesting to see how they rebound.

Baltimore and Dallas kick off at 1pm ET, with coverage picked up by FOX.

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