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Cowboys Odds Plummet After Dak Prescott's Injury

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RJ Bell: "50:1 is for the suckers. If you're the fourth-favorite in your division, you shouldn't be 50:1. If every team had the same odds, they were equally good, the odds should be 33:1. So the odds are saying that Dallas is a little bit less equal now. Come on, bookies! Cockroaches. Dallas did not look good. Dak did not look good before the injury. If you look at it by EPA passing, Dallas was 3%, so 97% were better on a typical per-game basis. They were that bad. Shockingly, Dallas was in the 97th percentile in effectiveness running the ball."

RJ Bell and the Straight Outta Vegas crew react to Vegas downgrading the Cowboys' Super Bowl odds and win total after losing Dak Prescott to injury. RJ explains why the significant downgrade may not actually be significant enough, as the Cowboys now sit at over 50:1 odds to win the Super Bowl, and their win total has dipped from 10 to 7.