Top 10 favorites for Super Bowl 55

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10. Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys are a team that’s always going to have a lot of futures action on them. They are the most popular team in the league, and a lot of bettors are going to bet with their heart. Last season, they were tied for 10th at the end of the year when it comes to year-long odds.

The Cowboys are a team in transition. They are absolutely one of the most talented teams in the NFL. Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott are a trifecta most teams would salivate over. Those three have the ability to take over games, and with Elliott not worried about a contract negotiation he can focus on football from day one.

There’s one obvious issue here. Prescott and Cooper are both free agents. The Cowboys can only place the franchise tag one one of them. There’s the possibility they could lose one of them, but we think the most popular opinion is everyone is going to be back.

They finally moved on from the head coach that was never going to take them to the promised land. Jason Garrett is out and Mike McCarthy is in. Sure, McCarthy was not everyone’s first choice, but this seems to be a choice many believe takes the Cowboys in the right direction.

The Cowboys can play with some of the best teams in the league, they just need the right system in place to win on a consistent basis. McCarthy is going to do his best to put that system in place. Now, the Cowboys have to work on bringing all their players back.