Football Outsiders' DVOA odds are increasingly fond of Dallas chances as well. They give Dallas a strong chance to win the division, and even have a semblance of an opportunity to earn a bye.
Meanwhile, the sharps in Vegas is liking Dallas as well. But the Philadelphia Eagles (6-6), who have limped and lumbered their way to two straight wins after an apparent Super Bowl hangover, can suddenly thrust themselves into the driver's seat with an upset this week (Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox, stream on fuboTV, try for free).
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In his five seasons behind the wheel of the No. 41 at Stewart-Haas Racing, Busch won six times and at least once per year. Busch, the 2004 NASCAR Cup Series champion, will drive the No. 1 Chevrolet as he moves over from Stewart-Haas Racing.
The odds have been all over the place this season, but to be fair so have the Cowboys.
Now, it is up to the Grugier-Hill and his teammates to backup the strong words from the linebacker and win on Sunday - because the Cowboys will nearly certainly remind them of the strong words if they don't.
The Eagles are 2-3 against Dallas under coach Doug Pederson, but do own bragging rights when it comes to big moments in the rivalry of late, including a 24-22 win in Dallas in the 2013 regular-season finale to claim the NFC East championship.