Could the Cowboys be the Worst ATS Team Ever?

Could the Cowboys be the Worst ATS Team Ever?

This Sunday, the NFL chances have the Cowboys as 7-point road canines, and they are taking on a surging Minnesota Vikings group wanting to show a point. The point being that they belong in the playoff conversation.

To use a saying made popular (at least to us) by Coach Belichick, “It is what it is.”

The Worst

It does not look good for Dallas, specifically with Vikings RB Dalvin Cook being on fire, rushing for 465 yards over the last 3 games. Cook leads the NFL in ground yards with 954. The only team worse at stopping the run than the Cowboys are the Texans.

State What?

Now at 1-8 ATS, they are batting.125 on the 2020 NFL season. If you are any kind of mathemacologist at all, youll rapidly recognize that there were just 14 video games in a season in 1976.

In their first eight video games, against the spread, they went a remarkable 0-8. In their previous three games, the Cowboys had been outscored 86-22.

So, what about in a 16-game season? Who was the worst? Rather of listing all those losers off, we can tell you that 6 teams are tied at 3-13 (.188) for the worst ATS record in what we now believe of as a full routine season. The last one was the Tennessee Titans in 2014.

This is a department which could potentially crown a winner who only has six, five, or possibly even only four wins at the end of the season. Which team will get a home playoff video game. The Philadelphia Eagles presently hold the leading spot with 3 wins and a tie.

Week 11 of the NFL season is approaching and the Dallas Cowboys have actually played 9 games. They have a 2-7 record, which is excellent for last place in the pitiful NFC East department. Even those of us who are not into sports wagering patterns as a method to make a living are well mindful that the NFC East is bad.

Sports Betting News Flash!

A (most likely) loss by more than a touchdown in this game will put Dallas at 1-9 ATS (.111) with 6 games left. If they manage to cover the spread in 2 of those, theyll double their spread coverage to this point, in far less video games. More likely, they handle to cover simply one more video game, if that. And after that they will be the worst. Ever.

Benefit: Vikings. By a lot!

Similar to this long-time (and currently also suffering) 49ers fan would love to see

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Week 11 of the NFL season is approaching and the Dallas Cowboys have actually played nine video games. In their previous 3 games, the Cowboys had been outscored 86-22. If you are any kind of mathemacologist at all, youll quickly determine that there were only 14 video games in a season in 1976.

It doesnt look great for Dallas, specifically with Vikings RB Dalvin Cook being on fire, rushing for 465 backyards over the last three games. A (really likely) loss by more than a goal in this game will put Dallas at 1-9 ATS (.111) with 6 games left.

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