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Point spread, total, moneyline and more for Cowboys vs. Redskins in Week 2

We take a deeper dive into the Week 2 matchup between the Cowboys and Redskins.

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NFL Week 2: Cowboys vs. Redskins Odds, Lines, Spread, Prop Bets

Early season divisional matchups can get funky, but this game sets up promisingly for the visiting Cowboys. The Cowboys have won five of this past six in this rivalry, and their injury report is in better shape than that of the Redskins. The ’Skins have Jordan Reed dealing with another concussion, could be without multiple defensive lineman and will be without projected starting running back Derrius Guice.

The Cowboys offense was explosive in Week 1, though, granted, that was against the lowly Giants. They had the second-most passing yards and the third-most total yards. Meanwhile, the Redskins allowed amongst the most favorable starting field positions for their opponent, with the Eagles’ average drive starting at 48-yard line. Washington’s defense was solidly average in 2018, and they’ll need to be at least that good in order to keep up with Dallas on Sunday. Offensively, though the Redskins rushed out to an early lead in the opener, they were scoreless through the second half until a meaningless touchdown down 12 with just 12 seconds left in the contest.

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Cowboys vs. Redskins

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Redskins +5.5

Total Points: 46

Money Line: Redskins +195; Cowboys -240

Records

Overall: Cowboys 10-6; Redskins 7-9

ATS: Cowboys 9-8-1; Redskins 9-7-0

O/U: Cowboys 9-9; Redskins 7-9

Notable Prop Bets

Cowboys:

First team to score 25 -103; Parlay Cowboys and Under +170

Redskins:

Lead after first quarter +215; Lead at halftime +180

Betting Trends

-- The Redskins have lost each of their past four home games.

-- The Cowboys have covered the spread in nine of their past 10 games against NFC East opponents.

-- Six of the past seven games between the Cowboys and Redskins have gone over the total points line.

-- The Cowboys have lost the first quarter in each of their past five September games as road favorites.

-- Ezekiel Elliott has scored the first touchdown in four of his past five appearances against the Redskins.

-- Dak Prescott has scored a touchdown in four of the Cowboys’ past five day games against the Redskins.

-- Chris Thompson has scored a touchdown in three of the Redskins’ past four September games as home underdogs.

-- Amari Cooper has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Cowboys’ past three games as favorites against NFC East opponents.

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