Hall of Fame Game Picks Miami-Dallas NFL Preseason


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Hall of Fame Game Picks Miami-Dallas NFL Preseason

  1. 1. What sports gamblers need to know COWBOYS-DOLPHINS BETS
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  3. 3. Here it is: the famed preseason primer for the Hall-of-Fame Game between the Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys. Miami is laying (-2.5) with a total of 33. It is played on the neutral field of Canton, Ohio. It’s the pro gamblers clipboard: INFO UTILIZED BY BILL WALTERS AND PRO GAMBLERS
  4. 4. Quarterback Tony Romo will not play in Sunday’s Hall of Fame game. He’s not alone. A large number of starters were informed by Cowboys coaches last night that they will not take the field Source: Dallas Morning News COWBOYS-DOLPHINS
  5. 5. Miami certainly made the biggest splash early on in free agency, signing two of the best players available in speedy wide receiver Mike Wallace and Super Bowl winning linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. The Dolphins continued the spending spree from there, bringing in wide receiver Brandon Gibson and tight end Dustin Keller on the offensive side of the ball, along with linebacker Phillip Wheeler and cornerback Brent Grimes to help the defense. The Cowboys are 5-2 all-time against the Fish in the preseason. Source: Sports Network via Miami Herald OVERVIEW
  6. 6. Offensive guard Nate Livings didn’t participate in this morning’s walkthrough due to a sore knee, and, as Jason Garrett put it in today’s press conference, because “he’s kind of managing his way through a couple different deals” that could keep him out for up to two weeks Compounding the situation for the Cowboys is the fact that Livings is the fifth interior lineman who’s out due to injury: Starting right guard Mackenzy Bernadeau is likely out until next week, Kevin Kowalski bruised his knee earlier this week and is likely out for two to four weeks, and both Ray Dominguez (shoulder) and OG/OC Ryan Cook (back) are out as well. That leaves the Cowboys with just four healthy interior linemen who can suit up on Sunday: Ron Leary, Phil Costa, Travis Frederick and David Arkin are all that is left at the moment. All four will therefore get extended playing time, though Garrett hasn’t finalized those details yet. Source: Blogging the Boys DALLAS COWBOYS
  7. 7. The Dallas Cowboys are going to have to contend with Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill at least for a short time during Sunday night’s Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, but how much he and the rest of the starters play was still to be determined, coach Joe Philbin said Friday. Philbin said Tannehill “absolutely” would play in the exhibition opener, when starting units typically play a couple of series before giving way to backups and free-agent hopefuls. But after what Philbin called a sloppy practice Friday afternoon, the team prepared to fly to Ohio while the coaches huddled on playing time. Source: Palm Beach Post MIAMI DOLPHINS
  8. 8. The Cowboys also could sit defensive end DeMarcus Ware, who is coming off shoulder surgery, running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Dez Bryant, who missed four days of practices with a sore hip and quad. Source: ESPN.com NFL INJURIES
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