The Dallas Cowboys have won three-straight games since the injury to Dak Prescott.
However, it is still not good enough for sportsbooks to favor them above their next opponent. Head coach Mike McCarthy was told that his team was 5.5 points underdogs in Sunday’s game against the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams, who are 2-2
“We’re underdogs?!” McCarthy said.
“I’ll just say this: We’re nobody’s underdog,” McCarthy added.
The Cowboys have only been favored once and that was against the Washington Commanders in Week 4.
While the Cowboys are riding high, the Rams are coming off a disappointing Monday night loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Super Bowl champs desperately need to win this game to stop from falling under .500.
The reigning Super Bowl champs are hosting the Cowboys in a home matchup at SoFi Stadium, but it is likely to turn into a home game for the road team since there are more Cowboys fans in the area then Rams fans.
QB Cooper Rush is looking to keep his record undefeated when he takes the field.