Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins: NFL 2013 Hall of Fame Game
Although we are not huge fans of betting on preseason pro sporting events – we are ecstatic that the National Football League returns tonight. The 2013 NFL Hall of Fame Game features the Miami Dolphins versus the Dallas Cowboys in what’s an intriguing contest to say the least. NFL pigskins start flying at 8:00 PM ET on Sunday, August 4, 2013, at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Field at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio. We’ll sit back and just soak in the action today.
Miami Dolphins: Hopes are soaring high in South Beach
Thanks to a very busy offseason, by much maligned Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland, the game plan in Miami seems to be paying some dividends – at least when it comes to the Fins roster on paper. Ireland, who may be in a playoffs or beat it position, addressed several key areas through the NFL Draft, via the trade route, and by shopping the free agent market.
Dallas Cowboys: First team to face the Dolphins revamped offense unit
New faces in South Beach include speedy WR Mike Wallace, reliable offensive minded tight end Dustin Keller, and solid CB Brent Grimes. In addition to Wallace, who is a stud, WR Brandon Gibson is another new weapon for sophomore QB Ryan Tannehill. Keller and Grimes come with injury concerns but – if they can stay healthy – they are more than solid acquisitions.
Hall of Fame Game: Dolphins vs. Cowboys Betting Lines Courtesy of Sports Interaction
For pro football handicappers, who enjoy wagering a few shekels on NFL preseason action, the sportsinteraction.com online sportsbook has posted some interesting lines for you to digest. Miami, playing out the AFC East, is the designated visiting team for this battle against Dallas who hail from the NFC East. The Dolphins have been posted as slim favorites at -2.5 (-110) ATS and -140 on the money line. The Cowboys get +2.5 (-110) points and are +120 S/U while the Over/Under is set at 33 (-110) points. Upon further review, we’ll bite, so give us a Franklin on the Fins with the -2.5 (-110) point spread price at the SportsInteraction wagering website.