2015 Cowboys Preview & NFL Football Future Lines & Pick

2015 Dallas Cowboys Season Predictions

There are always a lot of unknowns heading into any NFL season, but if there is one constant – it is the fact that things WON’T be boring in Dallas!

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Dallas Cowboys Future Odds

Dallas Cowboys Betting Lines to win the 2016 Super Bowl 10/1
Dallas Cowboys Betting Lines to win the 2016 NFC Conference 6/1
Dallas Cowboys Betting Lines to Win the 2015 NFC East +125

After a typical offseason of turmoil, departures, contentious contract negotiations and a draft-class that seems to be short on character, the Boys enter the season looking to defend their NFC East crown.

Dallas lost DeMarco Murray to the Eagles and the defense isn’t exactly at the elite level one would think to be critical – but the good still outweighs the bad for America’s Team.

The Cowboys will lean on Tony Romo and Dez Bryant heavily in 2015 – not a bad duo to depend on.

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Will it be enough? Is Dallas the team to beat in the NFC East? Let’s take a look.

2015 Cowboys Season Preview

The Cowboys finally locked up Dez Bryant to a long-term contract – there was no way they could have started the season without him especially since DeMarco Murray left for greener pastures. With Tony Romo entering off one of his best seasons as a pro (34 TDs and 9 Interceptions, 70% completion percentage and 8.5 yards per pass) it’s tough not to get excited about what’s in store for the Dallas passing game.

Dez has officially arrived in the elite class of NFL WRs – he is top-three in the game – easily. Bryant scored 16 times last year, had 88 catches and 1,320 yards – a true difference maker that every contending team absolutely needs. Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams and Jason Witten still exist in Romo’s arsenal to catch whatever Dez doesn’t.

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The biggest question mark surrounding the Cowboys is: How are they going to make up for the loss of DeMarco Murray, who totaled an NFL-best 2,261 yards from scrimmage including league highs of 392 carries, 1,845 yards rushing and 14 rushing touchdowns. Many will point to Dallas’s superb offensive line for Murray’s success and feel that any running back put behind that line will find some room.

Joseph Randle, Darren McFadden and Lance Dunbar will try to prove them right. Randle, despite issues with the law this past offseason should get the majority of the work – he was good in his limited touches last year and relishes the opportunity to be the man in Dallas this year. McFadden doesn’t scare anyone and Dunbar is an unknown commodity so Randle, barring anymore incidents will be leaned upon heavily to keep the pressure off Romo and to gain chunks of yards.

Defensively, expect the Cowboys to be their typically average self, although linebacker Sean Lee will be back from an injury that sidelined him last year. Former first-round bust Rolando McClain was a revelation last year for this team and hopes are that he can keep his head in the game for one, maybe two more years. Stud Greg Hardy was brought in as well to bolster a defensive line that had its issues last year. Hardy’s suspension for domestic violence was reduces from 10 to 4 games meaning that he will be suiting up for the Cowboys ¾ of the season – that’s a great thing.

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Simply put the Cowboys should have an OK defense this year – a good compliment to an offense that has potential to light up the league.

Dallas’ defense likely won’t win them a lot of games, but it won’t lose them many either.

Cowboys 2015 Predictions:

The Cowboys finished 12-4 last year when the critics thought they’d be lucky to be a .500 team. I think they’ll be lucky to get 12 wins this year – the Giants have improved, the Eagles should be a tougher out and the schedule is that much harder after a successful 2014 campaign.

I see the Cowboys as a 10-6 team this year – good enough to claim the NFC East in a dogfight with the Giants. As for the playoffs, the defense looks like an Achilles heel right now – not good enough to keep up with the elite in the NFL. Dallas is still a piece or two away but good enough to make things interesting yet again!

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By DaveB

Dave B has been a Fantasy Football writer for us for 10 years. A couch potato wannabe, Dave’s insights have been read by 10’s of people for years. He hope’s for world peace + global relaxation. Enjoy and remember only smoke things that are completely natural.