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September 25, 2017

Monday Night Football concludes Week 3 of the NFL regular season when the Dallas Cowboys visit the Arizona Cardinals in an NFC showdown. The current line on top sportsbooks has Dallas favored by 3 points with the over/under point total on 46.5

Entering this game, Dallas on the season is 1-1 straight up and against the spread. On the road, the Cowboys are 0-1 SU and ATS. Arizona on the season is 1-1 SU and 0-2 ATS. This will be the home opener for the Cardinals.

Ezekiel Elliott had his worst single game rushing last week with Dallas gaining just eight yards on the ground and looks to put that behind him when the Cowboys visit the Cardinals.

Last week the Cowboys were soundly beaten by Denver 42-17. Dallas could not establish a ground game and quarterback Dak Prescott had to attempt a career high 50 passes versus the Broncos defense.

While Dallas, struggled last week on the road, the Cardinals opened with two straight road games and look forward to hearing their home crowd when they face the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.

Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer has thrown just two touchdown passes, while giving up four interceptions in two games. Last week in Arizona’s OT win over Indianapolis, Palmer was sacked four times.

Cardinals wide out J.J. caught five passes for 120 yards. The Cardinals lost David Johnson their versatile running back Week 1 to injury, which has put more pressure on Palmer’s passing game.

Cowboys’ tight end Jason Whitten led the NFL in receptions entering Week 3 action with 17 and his two touchdown receptions were tied for second.

Dallas cornerback Orlando Scandrick should return from injury that caused him to miss the Denver game, while Nolan Carroll another Cowboys cornerback is in concussion protocol and is a game time decision by doctors.

Arizona wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald needs just 97 more receiving yards to move into eighth all-time in league history.

Dallas defensive end Demarcus Lawrence was tied for the league lead in sacks entering this week with four.

Arizona linebacker Karlos Dansby led the Cardinals in tackles last week with 10.

Dallas is 2-6 ATS in its last 8 games played.

Arizona is 4-11 ATS in its last 15 games at home.

With this free pick, we like Dallas to cover.

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Monday, September 25th, 2017 2017 NFL

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