Cowboys vs Giants Week 10 Opening Odds Project New All-Time Record for Dallas Dominance

Oddsmakers are projecting the Cowboys to make history with another blowout against the Giants in Week 10.

Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are projecting to make history in Week 10.
Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are projecting to make history in Week 10. / Kevin R. Wexler/ / USA

After the Dallas Cowboys slaughtered the New York Giants 40-0 in Week 1, another blowout should be on tap in Week 10. The Giants, without Daniel Jones, will be traveling to Dallas to close out the regular season series.

The betting odds predictably call for a blowout here. But it's not just the blowout that's interesting — it's that they're projecting this lopsided finish to make history.

Cowboys vs Giants Week 10 Odds

The Cowboys are 15.5-point favorites with -1000 moneyline odds in a game with a 39-point over/under against the Giants.

After Dallas finished the first matchup with a +40 point differential, that means these odds are projecting a combined point differential of +55.5 for the Cowboys in the season series.

That would be a new record, as the most lopsided point differential in a single season between these two teams was when the Cowboys out-scored the Giants by 55 points back in 1966.

The all-time rivalry between these two hasn’t been overly close, with the Cowboys holding a 74-46-2 record, but we’ve rarely seen it get this ugly. In fact, the only two seasons that saw the Cowboys finish better than +40 against the Giants were 1965 (+47) and that record-setting 1966 season. So as long as Dallas doesn’t lose, this season will be at worst No. 3 all time.

Obviously Dallas can't actually win by 15.5 points in the game, but if they win by 15 they'll tie the record and if they win by 16 they'll set the record.

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