Originally posted on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 9/14/12

The Dallas Cowboys looked perfect in week one against the New York Giants. The offense, led by Tony Romo moved the ball at will against the Big Blue defense and the fans in Dallas are already predicting a run to the Super Bowl.

Last week I nailed the upset in the game between the Cardinals and the Seahawks as I picked the Cardinals to win outright as small home dogs. Now it is Seattle looking like a great option as an underdog.

With that performance a trip out to the west coast to play the Seattle Seahawks should not be much of a challenge, but guess again.

The opening line for this game posted at SportsBettingOnline has the Cowboys listed as three point favorites for this game. For all of your football betting needs, open a free account at SportsBettingOnline and get a 10% weekly rebate on wins and losses! This is an incredible bonus to play at SportsBettingOnline that will keep your account loaded with money to bet on football.

The Seattle Seahawks had an admirable game against the Arizona Cardinals. Despite the loss they had a good showing on defense and an incredible showing on special teams. Marshawn Lynch is healthy and will be tough to takedown out of the backfield.

Romo looked great in the opener against the Giants, but he was facing a secondary that was decimated by injuries. Against Seattle he will face a tougher ball hawking unit that will make it much harder on Romo to put up big numbers.

Russell Wilson may be a rookie quarterback, but he is playing like anything but. He checks down like a veteran and is mobile enough to stay alive in the pocket and stretch out plays.

The Cowboys are 1-6 against the spread (ATS) against a team with a losing record, 2-7 ATS in their last 9 against the NFC and 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games overall. The Seahawks are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 home games and that home field advantage will be the deciding factor in the Seahawks win over the Cowboys.

Dallas Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks Predictions: Seahawks +3 

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