Dallas Cowboys 2025 Super Bowl Odds(Dallas Tabbed as Favorite in NFC East)

Oddsmakers put the Cowboys right back in the mix to win the Lombardi Trophy. 

Jan 14, 2024; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) walks off the field after a playoff loss to Green Bay.
Jan 14, 2024; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) walks off the field after a playoff loss to Green Bay. / Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
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In what’s become a dubious annual tradition around Jerry World, a promising Dallas Cowboys fizzled out early in the playoffs once again last season.

 Dallas, which stormed back over the final half of the regular season to steal the NFC East title from the Super Bowl runner-up Eagles, were the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs before a stunning 48-32 first-round loss to the No. 7 Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. 

Can Dallas finally get over the hump? The Cowboys kept head coach Mike McCarthy despite speculation Jerry Jones would find a new coach to lead his team. Oddsmakers certainly have hope for Dallas.

According to FanDuel Sportsbook, the Cowboys are the third-favorite out of the NFC to win the Super Bowl at +1500 ($100 bet wins $1,500). That gives Dallas an implied probability of 6.25% to win the franchise's first Lombardi Trophy since 1995 and sixth all-time.

The Cowboys are tied with the Cincinnati Bengals as the sixth-favorite to win the Super Bowl and in the NFC are behind only the San Francisco 49ers (+500) and Detroit Lions (+1200). Dallas is the favorite out of the NFC East, with the Philadelphia Eagles coming in at +1700.

After winning the NFC East, Dallas will have a first-place schedule that includes reigning division champions Houston and Detroit at home and San Francisco on the road.

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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 59 odds

Dallas had one of the NFL's most explosive offenses last season behind quarterback Dak Prescott. With the same core returning to the Dallas offense that led the NFL in scoring (29.9 points per game) last season, it's no surprise Dallas is among the betting favorites. Though it'll be interesting to see how the Dallas defense performs under new leadership after defensive coordinator Dan Quinn became the head coach of the Washington Commanders.

Prescott, who led the NFL in passing touchdowns (36) and was third in yards (4,516) last season, is the eighth-favorite at +1600 to be named AP Most Valuable Player in 2024.


Odds update periodically and are subject to change.