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The Dallas Cowboys are one of the most recognizable sports franchises in the entire world. That’s what happens when you make a habit out of winning big games, attract decades of media attention and earn the nickname “America’s Team.”

For bettors in Texas, the Dallas Cowboys represent so much more than a popular NFL team. The Cowboys and the National Football League represent hundreds of betting opportunities ranging from simple moneyline bets to parlays to futures.

Below, we take a look at the Dallas Cowboys and how to bet on them online, including updated odds, bet breakdowns and more.

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Today’s Cowboys odds: point spreads, moneylines and totals

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Cowboys Super Bowl odds, NFC Championship odds

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Dak Prescott MVP and props odds

See what the oddsmakers think about QB Dak Prescott winning the NFL Most Valuable Player award or hitting any game milestones. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook.

Bet on Cowboys player props and futures

Your NFL betting options on individual players doesn’t stop with Dak Prescott. Instead, you will discover you can bet on a large variety of offensive and defensive players. These can range from player props, such as how they perform in a game or throughout the season, all the way to futures bets on season-ending awards recipients.

Here are some examples of the futures opportunities you could find at top Texas sportsbooks, like BetMGM Sportsbook, Caesars, DraftKings online sportsbook and the FanDuel app:

  • NFL Most Valuable Player: Ezekiel Elliott +1600
  • NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year: DeMarvion Overshown +8000
  • NFL Coach of the Year: Mike McCarthy +4000
  • Defensive Player of the Year: Micah Parsons +650

Futures bets are typically focused on achievements, while prop bets are going to be based on player performances. There are many individual prop bets you will encounter at online Texas sportsbooks, some of which will include:

  • NFL Rushing Leader: Tony Pollard +1800
  • NFL Passing Leader: Dak Prescott +2000
  • NFL Receiving Leader: CeeDee Lamb +2000
  • NFL Sacks Leader: Micah Parsons +900

You can also make wagers on how the Dallas Cowboys will perform as a team. Below are some examples you might come across at Texas sportsbooks:

  • Over/under 9.5 Dallas Cowboys wins for the season O -162/ U +132
  • Over/under 4 Dallas Cowboys field goals in a game O -110 / U -115
  • NFC champions: Dallas Cowboys +600
  • NFC East Division Champions: Dallas Cowboys +175
  • Cowboys to be No. 1 NFL playoff seed: +550

Dallas Cowboys coaches

The Dallas Cowboys have always tried to search out the best coaches available, which is one of the reasons they have five Super Bowl titles. Below, we take a look at the current coaching staff and also the history of head coaches in the organization.

  • Head coach: Mike McCarthy
  • Offensive coordinator: Brian Schottenheimer
  • Defensive coordinator: Dan Quinn
  • Special teams coordinator: John Fassel
  • Quarterbacks: Scott Tolzien

Here is a list of all of the coaches in the history of the Dallas Cowboys NFL franchise:

Mike McCarthy2020-current
Jason Garrett 2010-2019
Wade Phillips2007-2010
Bill Parcells2003-2006
Dave Campo2000-2002
Chan Gailey1998-1999
Barry Switzer1994-1997
Jimmy Johnson1989-1993
Tom Landry1960-1988

Where is AT&T Stadium?

The Dallas Cowboys have been playing in one of the NFL’s most impressive stadiums since it opened in 2009. Below, we take a look at some of the key details of the Cowboys’ home field.

AT&T Stadium

  • Address: 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, Texas
  • Owner: City of Arlington
  • Operator: Dallas Cowboys
  • Capacity: 80,000, but expandable up to 105,000
  • Opened: May 27, 2009
  • Construction cost: $1.3 billion ($1.64 billion in 2021 dollars)
  • Other events: Cotton Bowl Classic, Big 12 Championship Game

How to watch and listen to Dallas Cowboys games

Want to catch some NFL action when the Dallas Cowboys take the field? Then, you’re in luck because we’ve compiled a list of the various ways you can do so.

  • Over the air, cable and satellite: CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket
  • Mobile streaming: Cowboys app, CBS All Access, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL mobile app, NFL Game Pass
  • Listen via online, mobile and radio: Cowboys app, NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirium XM, TuneIn

A brief history of the Dallas Cowboys

With how popular the Dallas Cowboys have been over the decades, it might be hard to believe they didn’t even exist until joining the NFL as an expansion team in 1960.

Below, we take a look at some key moments in Cowboys history.

  • 2013: Cowboys Stadium is renamed AT&T Stadium.
  • 2009: Cowboys Stadium opens in Arlington, Texas.
  • 1996: The Dallas Cowboys play in Super Bowl XXX and defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17.
  • 1994: The Cowboys repeat as NFL champs with a 30-13 win in Super Bowl XXVIII over the Buffalo Bills.
  • 1993: Dallas starts a new run of Super Bowl wins with a 52-17 defeat of the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVII.
  • 1989: Jerry Jones purchases the Cowboys from “Bum” Bright for $140 million.
  • 1979: Dallas can’t repeat as champs as they fall in Super Bowl XIII to the Pittsburgh Steelers 35-31.
  • 1978: The Cowboys win Super Bowl XII, defeating the Denver Broncos 27-10.
  • 1977: The now world-famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are featured in Esquire magazine.
  • 1976: Dallas falls in Super Bowl X to the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-17.
  • 1972: The Dallas Cowboys win their first Super Bowl, defeating the Miami Dolphins 24-3 in the sixth iteration of the championship game.
  • 1971: Texas Stadium is opened on Oct. 24 with a capacity of 65,024.
  • 1971: Dallas plays the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl V but loses 16-13.
  • 1970: The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are formed.
  • 1966: The Cowboys begin an NFL-record streak of 20 consecutive winning seasons.
  • 1960: The first game in franchise history is played at the Cotton Bowl.

Dallas Cowboys FAQs

According to SeatGeek.com, the average price for a ticket to a Dallas Cowboys home game is $148, with some tickets coming in as low as $41.

The Dallas Cowboys were purchased by current owner Jerry Jones in 1989 for $140 million.

In 2022, USA Today reported that the Dallas Cowboys are valued at a staggering $6.5 billion.

The Dallas Cowboys selected Dak Prescott as their quarterback in the 2016 NFL Draft. Prescott played his college ball at Mississippi State University.

Try five Super Bowl victories for Dallas. The franchise has made eight appearances in the NFL championship game and won the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowls VI, XII, XXVII, XXVIII and XXX.

The Cowboys were originally going to be known as the Dallas Rangers, but the Major League Baseball team of the same name was already in existence, so the team changed their name to the Cowboys to maintain a completely separate identity.

Tony Romo holds the record for the most passing touchdowns in franchise history with a career that included 248 scoring strikes. Next on the list is Troy Aikman, who collected 165 during his career.

The most passing touchdowns in a single season were thrown by Dak Prescott, who slung 37 in 2021. Tony Romo is second, third, fourth and fifth on that list.

For a single game, the record is five touchdowns, which is held by quite a few quarterbacks. Dak Prescott did it once (2022 vs. Philadelphia), while Tony Romo managed it twice (2013 vs. Denver and 2006 vs. Tampa Bay), and Troy Aikman accomplished it once (1999 vs. Washington). Danny White is also on that list (1983 vs. New York Giants), and Craig Morton did it twice (1970 vs. Houston and 1969 vs. Philadelphia).

Don Meredith threw for five touchdowns in a single game on three occasions (1968 vs. Philadelphia, 1966 vs. Philadelphia, and 1966 vs. New York Giants) and Eddie LeBaron was the first-ever to accomplish the feat (1962 vs Pittsburgh).