NFL picks and predictions 2013, Cowboys vs. Eagles: Experts mostly favor Dallas in NFC East showdown

NFL experts are picking the winner of the Cowboys-Eagles matchup in Week 7.

The Eagles host the Cowboys in Week 7 and will look to take the lead in the NFC East on Sunday. However, the Cowboys can put up points in droves just like the home team and have an identical record at 3-3. Both teams have powerful offenses, while their defenses leave quite a lot to be desired.

The Eagles are listed as 2.5-point favorites at home. For the CBS Sports crew of eight, those odds have the team split on the outcome with a 4-4 tie. However, even without the odds, the picks are still a 4-4 split. The two-man crew at Yahoo! Sports, is fully on the Dallas bandwagon for this game, as both analysts chose the Cowboys.

For the five-man panel at SB Nation, the crew also sided with the Cowboys. The panelist had Dallas winning the game with a vote of 4-1.

The Eagles will host the Cowboys on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on Fox.

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