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Tennessee Titans vs. Dallas Cowboys

Betting Line: Cowboys -7 o/u 41.5

By

John J. Raspanti

10/10/10


The well rested Cowboys play host to the shell shocked Titans in an important game for both teams. The Cowboys last played two weeks ago and stunned the Texans. Their beleaguered offense and inconsistent defense came together in a complete and dominating performance. Quarterback Tony Romo has completed 68 percent of his passes and thrown for four touchdowns. His injured offense line is getting healthy which should made running backs Marion Barber and Felix Jones very happy. Barber has a paltry yard per carry average of 3.5 while Jones is gaining 4 yards. This should improve with a healthier line. Wide receiver Miles Austin is doing his job with 22 catches. Roy Williams has two catches for touchdowns and rookie Dez Bryand has grabbed 14 balls for 158 yards. Banged up tight end Jason Witten should be ready for a break out game against the Titans once respected defense. On the defensive side of the ball, Cowboy linebackers Keith Booking and Bradie James lead the team with 21 tackles...while super beast Demarcus Ware has 3 sacks. The Cowboys run defense has been pretty good all year ranking 8th in the league. 

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The Titans are still asking themselves how they lost to the Broncos last week. Kyle Orton passed for close to 400 yards as the Broncos came back in the last minute to steal the victory. The Titans once heralded defense is ranked 27th in the league in total yards surrendered. The Bronco receivers constantly found themselves open against the suspect Titan secondary. On offense Quarterback Vince Young has completed 66 percent of his passes, while running back Chris Johnson has galloped for 354 yards and 4 TDs. Wide receiver Nate Washington leads the team with 14 catches which isn't saying a lot. The Titans like to run the ball to set up the pass, easier said then done against a primed and ready Cowboy defense. The Cowboys will want to make Vince Young throw the ball. The Titans defense is lead by linebacker Stephen Tulloch with 38 tackles and safety Michael Griffin with 34. Look for this group to be extra fired up this Sunday.

At this point, we simply don't trust the Cowboys laying 7 points. Not based on the 3 games they have played thus far. In what figures to be a low scoring affair, we'll take the touchdown here. Titans +7

 

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