Pittsburgh Steelers vs Dallas Cowboys Pick: NFL Week 9
Pittsburgh Steelers vs Dallas Cowboys Pick – NFL Week 9: The Dallas Cowboys will be a double-digit home underdog for only the fourth time since 1980 when they face the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers set to start at 4:25 ET this Sunday.
These storied franchises have only met seven times previously since 1990, and Dallas has had the better of Pittsburgh, winning five of the games that also covered the spread in each win. They have met every four seasons, with the last meeting being a barnburner 35-30 Dallas road victory as 3-point underdogs in 2016.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs Dallas Cowboys: Match-Up and Betting Trends
Bad Teams = Bad Bets
NFL Betting can appear complex and challenging to attain winning consistency throughout a season. Sometimes the apparent logical bet is the right one to make.
Since 2010, the betting system has earned a solid 36-9 SU record for 80% wins and 33-9-3 ATS for 79% winning bets that covered the number by an average of 7.7 points. There are three requirements to meet for a validated betting opportunity.
- Bet on any team with a winning record on the season.
- The opponent has lost four of their last five games.
- The opponent has won less than 40% of their games on the season.
Bet the ‘UNDER’ With Elite Teams
The following betting system is an example of a contrarian type of bet that goes against public betting sentiment and conventional wisdom. Knowing when to pull the trigger on a contrarian bet can be difficult, but starting with a proven multiple-year betting system is a great starting point.
The betting system has earned a 30-10 ‘UNDER’ record over the last five seasons. There are three requirements to validate a betting opportunity.
- Bet ‘UNDER’ with a home team
- The home team has failed to cover the spread by a combined 49 points over their last five games.
- The team has won not more than 25% of their games on the season.
The 6-point teaser record betting the ‘UNDER’ has earned a 33-7 record, good for 83% wining bets since 2015. So, two of the three legs of our three-team teaser are the Saints +10 and the ‘UNDER’ 48-points in this matchup.