Cowboys vs. Colts – Betting Odds and Free Pick

Last Updated on December 2, 2022 12:40 pm by Erwin Noguera

The emotions of the 2022-23 season of the NFL, the most important sport in the North American country, continue. This week, we will be enjoying the actions of Week 13 of the season, a week that can be vital for those teams that are fighting to advance to the next phase of the championship, as well as for those who have not had a good season and want to finish with a good level.

We can be sure that the Philadelphia Eagles (10-1), Minnesota Vikings (9-2), and Kansas City Chiefs (9-2) will most likely seal their ticket to the playoffs in the next few weeks, and they can be joined by the Bills (9-3), Cowboys (8-3) and Dolphins (8-3) if they manage to finish the regular season on a good footing.

For this Sunday, December 4, we will have a very interesting game that will be in charge of closing the Sunday games, when the Cowboys will host the Colts.

Throughout the history of the league, this game has been played 17 times, and we have Dallas leading with a 10-7 record, but, the last game played between these two teams dates back to the 2018 season, where the Colts crushed the Cowboys with a score of 23-0.

When: 

Sunday, December 4 at 08:20 pm ET at the AT&T Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Cowboys -600

Colts +425

Where Can I Watch it?

NFL Network

Why Bet the Cowboys

Dallas comes into Week 13 with the momentum of a Thanksgiving Day win over the New York Giants by a score of 28-20, which came after the Cowboys went on the road and battered the Minnesota Vikings with an excellent 40-3 win.

This means that the Cowboys are coming off two straight wins and hope to extend this streak as long as possible and thus fight with the Eagles for first place in the NFC East, hoping that Philadelphia will skate in these last 5 remaining weeks.

Everything looks very good for the Cowboys as they face the end of the regular season since their next 3 games are against the Colts (4-7-1), the Texans (1-9-1), and the Jaguars (4-7), 3 teams that have not had a good season, and it is a golden opportunity to add 3 more wins and hope for a debacle of the Eagles.

The Cowboys have had problems with their starting quarterback, Dak Prescott due to the injuries he has suffered this season. However, Cooper Rush has been a great substitute. The two combine for 63.6% coming from 218/343 pass completions for 2,444 yards, 15 touchdowns, and 9 interceptions.

But, in the ground game, Dallas also stands out with the duo of Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliot, who have scored 13 touchdowns combined, with 1,338 yards on 276 carries.

Why Bet the Colts

On the other hand, the Colts come into this game with the conviction of getting back to winning ways this season, since the team that is in first place in their division, the AFC South, the Titans, are not playing in the best possible way and, if they finish the season with a good winning streak, they could storm the first place in the table and get the ticket to the playoffs.

The Colts have one glaring similarity to the Giants. That issue is that both offenses revolve around the running back. Taylor has not had a great season so far in part because he has been injured. Since the hiring of Jeff Saturday as head coach three weeks ago, Taylor managed 317 ground yards.

The Colts are coming off losses to the Eagles (16-17) and the Steelers (17-24), both at home, so they are hoping that their luck will change on the road, and they can start winning.

The Colt’s offense is led by Matt Ryan, the veteran of a thousand battles who, at 37 years of age, continues to be in great shape this season. Ryan has completed 68.8% of his passes this season, with 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

Meanwhile, Taylor has been a very important figure on the team with 171 carries for 779 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Final Betting Analysis: Dallas Cowboys vs. Indianapolis Colts

Although this is a game in which there is a clear favorite, Dallas, anything can happen, since the end of the regular season is approaching and all teams need to win as many games as possible.

At MyBookie.ag we can see that there is a Moneyline that favors Dallas Cowboys at -600, while Indianapolis Colts start at +425.

For this game, our winner tab is on Dallas Cowboys and, in addition, we suggest the SPREAD bet on Dallas at -10.5 and the OVER at 44.5.

Look for a straight win on the Moneyline Dallas Cowboys. If you put $100 on the Cowboys at -600, you’ll be looking at a $16.67 win with a total payout of $116.67.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Indianapolis Colts Betting Pick: Dallas Cowboys

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