Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions
Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers are set to meet on Thursday, August 5th for the first NFL Hall of Fame game. It will be the first game in last six months. The two teams will lock their horn at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.
The official 2021 NFL preseason begins from Thursday, August 12. Pittsburgh Steelers will be taking on Philadelphia Eagles along with New England Patriots taking on Washington Football Team on the same night. The 2021 NFL regular season starts Thursday, September 9. Dallas Cowboys will visit the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the first game NFL 2021 regular season.
The Hall of Fame game between Cowboys and Steelers was supposed to take place in August 2021, however, last season all the preseason games got canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Due to this reason, the two team will be playing 4 times before the start of regular season while rest of the teams will play 3 games each.
Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions: Predicted Winner
Spread: -0.5 (-110)
Spread: +0.5 (-110)
The rivalry between Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers is ranked as one of the top rivalries in NFL. Both Cowboys and Steelers rank in the top 5 teams in the NFL for the most Super Bowl’s won. The two teams have 3 times in Super Bowl with Steelers winning twice and Cowboys once. Whenever the two teams met, the result has been a close one.
The result for the August 5th game is also expected to be a close. However, looking at the last season form and head-to-head stats, Pittsburgh Steelers has an edge over the Cowboys.
The latest Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions predicts a win for the Steelers in this game.
The Money Line for both Steelers and Cowboys stands at -110 at Oddsshark however, the spread for this game for Cowboys is +0.5 (-110) and for Steelers -0.5 (-110).
The betting odds for Steelers’ win is placed at 1.87 and for Cowboys win the odds are 1.97 at Betting Expert.
Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions: Latest News
Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions: Match Details
Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers
Scheduled Date and Time: August 5th, 8PM EST
Host City: Canton, Ohio at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions: Team News
The Dallas Cowboys saw Sean Lee retiring from the game while they lost Andy Dalton, Cam Erving, and Xavier Woods in free agency. The Cowboys also released DT Antwaun Woods and cut cornerback Saivion Smith, center Adam Redmond, defensive tackle Walter Palmore, defensive end Ladarius Hamilton and cornerback Kemon Hall.
In addition to this the Cowboys has 11 addition to their squad for this season. The addition includes star signal-caller Prescott, Atlanta Falcons safety Keanu Neal in free agency, UCLA product Osa Odighizuwa and Kentucky’s Quinton Bohanna.
Pittsburgh Steelers on the other hand re-signed JuJu Smith-Schuster who will remain with the team for one more year. It also retained Cameron Sutton and veteran offensive lineman BJ Finney returned to the Steelers on a one-year deal.
Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Odds and Predictions: Head-to-head
Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers have played few dozen of head-to-head games. The very first head-to-head regular season game between the two teams was back in 1960. Pittsburgh Steelers defeated Dallas Cowboys by a score difference of 35-28.
Since then two teams have met each other 33 times (including 3 postseason games). Dallas Cowboys have 17 wins while the Pittsburgh Steelers have won 16 games.
Apart from these, both Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers have played in the Hall of Fame Game six times and both the teams winning 3 games each. Dallas Cowboys last Hall of Fame was back in 2017 when they defeated Arizona Cardinals by 20-18. Pittsburgh last was in the game in 2015 and lost 14-3 to Minnesota.
The two teams haven’t played in preseason games against each other since 2003. Their last meeting was back in 2020 regular season game when Steelers defeated the Cowboys by 24-19 in Week 9.