The Dallas Cowboys fundamental problems aren’t going away any time soon. First and foremost, the Cowboys once strong offensive line has been a unit of weakness from Day 1 this season, unable to blow open holes for Zeke Elliott or to give Dak Prescott time to throw downfield. Secondly, the Cowboys lack downfield weapons; a flaw that is simply to great to overcome in the modern NFL.

The Cowboys’ defense has yet to intercept a pass this season. They’ll be playing without injured linebacker Sean Lee this week, after he got hurt against Seattle last Sunday. Lee is most assuredly an impact player – the Cowboys are 9-3 SU with him in the lineup over the last two years, but only 1-6 when he’s been unable to play.

Dallas ranks #31 in passing offense, despite not having faced a top tier pass defense – yet. Prescott has completed a grand total of ONE pass of longer than 20 yards through his first three games. Cole Beasley, Deonte Thompson, Allen Hurns and Geoff Swaim simply do not terrify opposing defensive coordinators and Prescott has yet to throw for more than 170 yards in any game. Plain and simple – this Dallas Cowboys offense lacks explosiveness; not a team capable of trading points with anybody right now.

The Lions hung 27 on San Fran two weeks ago, a number that would have been higher had Matthew Stafford been able to connect on several poorly thrown deep balls. Last week against the Patriots, the Lions struggled in the red zone (only 1 TD in four tries), but they still hung 26 on New England. With Golden Tate, Kenny Golloday and Marvin Jones, the Lions have a trio of big play wideouts who can create ‘quick strike’ TD’s. Throw in Kerryon Johnson’s first 100 yard rushing game of his career, and this has all the makings of a very potent attack, something the Dallas Cowboys sorely lack. Expect that offensive explosiveness to be a difference maker on Sunday. Take the Lions.

After a MNF win with the Steelers, Teddy is hitting 82-percent in the NFL this year; 100{84ccd47921e566787b7405b472ea36582b7bea78c60faedb5d55493d43c879f0} perfect (8-0) with his side reports through the first three weeks! He’s also 5-1 (83{84ccd47921e566787b7405b472ea36582b7bea78c60faedb5d55493d43c879f0}) with his 20* Big Tickets since August & at 61{84ccd47921e566787b7405b472ea36582b7bea78c60faedb5d55493d43c879f0} YTD in college. Don’t miss a single winner all weekend long!
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Teddy Covers

After graduating from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Ted Sevransky, better known as Teddy Covers, burst onto the Las Vegas handicapping scene with a top 10 finish in the 1999 Hilton SuperContest. He’s been betting as a successful professional in Las Vegas ever since.Some handicappers need a detailed biography. Teddy doesn’t – a quick Google search shows how big of an impact he’s had on the sports betting world over the past two decades including 2015's remarkable 99-58 63{84ccd47921e566787b7405b472ea36582b7bea78c60faedb5d55493d43c879f0} +47.1 unit college and NFL season. And a brief look at the recap section at Sportsmemo will give you a clear idea about the type of detailed, in-depth analysis Teddy provides to his clients with each and every play that he releases.Check out some of the notority Teddy Covers has earned...Featured in the Super Bowl sports betting documentary Life on the Line.Teddy in the New York Times here, here, here and here.Teddy’s college basketball analysis on ESPN.com.Talking NFL on Vice Sports, Bloomberg TV, The Washington Post and PBS.Discussing March Madness on CBS.Breaking down the NBA for Cigar Aficionado.The list goes on and on. Teddy gets the national publicity because he’s earned it by delivering a career filled with very satisfied clients. Sign up for a weekly, monthly or seasonal package RIGHT NOW and let Teddy put his expertise to work for you!

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