Dallas Cowboys host Chicago Bears at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday. Both teams are coming into the game off blowout wins. Dallas beat the Detroit Lions 24-6 and Chicago beat New England 33-14. Running back Ezekiel Elliott is expected to miss the Cowboys' game. SportsLine's computer simulation model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times. It has returned 148-107 on top-rated NFL picks since it was launched in 2017.
Dallas Cowboys host the Chicago Bears in NFL Week 8 on Sunday. Dallas opened as a 10-point favorite. 65% of the bets were on Chicago and 64% on Dallas.
Bears beat New England Patriots last week. Dallas Cowboys are facing a team that's tough to figure out.
The Cowboys have one more game before their bye week. Dallas listed 13 players on their injury report this week, and Ezekiel Elliott is not expected to play after suffering a knee injury against the Lions.
The Chicago Bears are down two offensive linemen in Lucas Patrick and Larry Borom. Dallas is also down Ezekiel Elliott and Malik Hooker, who may not play. The Cowboys also lost their best cornerback Jourdan Lewis for the season. If all three players are out, it makes the game more interesting for Chicago.
Dalton Schultz is questionable for the Dallas Cowboys' game against the Chicago Bears. He is expected to play. The Cowboys won the game in Week 7. Schultz has just 14 catches this season. He has yet to score a touchdown. Dallas is a heavy favorite. Chicago is coming off a win over the New England Patriots. Ezekiel Elliott is out for this game.
Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears meet in a Week 8 game of the 2022 NFL regular season on October 30, 2022 at 1:00 PM (ET) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Dallas Cowboys are 5-2 overall and Dak Prescott is back to play as a starter. Chicago won in Week 7 against the New England Patriots 33-14 on the road.
Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears are playing each other on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on FOX. Chicago beat the New England Patriots on Monday. Dallas has the NFL's top-ranked defense.
The Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears are playing each other on Sunday. The Cowboys are a 10-point home favorite. Chicago beat the New England Patriots 33-14 on Monday Night Football. Dallas beat Detroit Lions 24-6.
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Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears meet at AT&T Stadium on Sunday. The Cowboys have won 5 of their last 6 games. Chicago has lost 5 out of 7 road games and is 2-5 ATS in their recent road trips. Dallas Cowboys are 11-1 AATS vs. a team with a losing record and 21-8 ATCW in last 29 games overall. Bears are 2.5- ATE in 7 of last 7 away games, and 1-3-ATS since 5th game of the season. Cowboys defense leads the league with 29 sacks.
Dallas Cowboys are ranked as the No. 4 team in the NFC. Chicago Bears had lost three straight games before their Monday Night Football victory over New England. Oddsmakers are favoring Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys' defense is stronger than most. The Bears' offense has struggled to score consistently.
Chicago Bears cover the +10 spread and the total is under 43.
Chicago Bears are coming off a big upset win over Washington. They are going on the road to play Dallas Cowboys. Dallas is 5-2 and has a dominant defense. Chicago is 7-7 and Dallas 18-18. Both teams average close to the same number of points. The teams are the third and fourth pass defenses. Dallas and Chicago are 27th and 32nd in pass yards per game. Cowboys and Bears struggle against the run. Bears' OL is their weak link. Texas has one of the best defensive lines in the league and a pass rusher in Micah Parsons.
Dallas Cowboys beat Detroit in their Week 7 game. Chicago Bears shocked many by beating New England Patriots on Monday night. Dallas and Chicago are playing each other early Sunday morning. The keys to victory for Dallas are to win the game and establish momentum heading into the bye. For Chicago it's about winning their second straight game on the road.
Chicago is coming off a Monday Night Football victory over New England. Dallas welcomed back Dak Prescott with a victory last week. The Cowboys are 5-2 and third place in the NFC East.
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears is a game to play in DFS for Sunday in Week 8. The recommended fantasy football lineup aims to lock in a relatively high floor while maximizing upside.
The Dallas Cowboys (5-2) face the Chicago Bears (3-4) on Sunday. The Cowboys are without Ezekiel Elliott, so Tony Pollard will get the bulk of the carries. Chicago's run game is good, but it won't be enough for the upset.
Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears are playing each other on Sunday. Chicago won the last game 31-24. Dallas is 5-2 and the defense is ranked second in the league. Ezekiel Elliott is expected to miss the game. The Cowboys are 11-1 against the spread in their last 12 games against a team with a losing record. The under is 4-0 in Dallas' last four home games as a home favorite. It's also 4 to 0 in Cowboys' home wins against teams with losing records. They are 4 in 4 against home favorites in last 4 games.
Chicago Bears take on Dallas Cowboys in NFL action on Sunday. The Bears are 3-4 in 7 games this season and third in the standings. Dallas has won five of seven games and is third.