week 3 Monday Night Football A Cowboys vs. Giants competition in the NFC East Showdown.
None of the offenses have been particularly prolific in two weeks, especially with the Dallas quarterback Duck Prescott (thumb) Off. Both defenses held up well against respectable offensive units as well, which helps explain why this game has the second lowest point of the week in SI Sportsbook.
With expectations low in the scoring department for both teams, picking some prop bets for players is the perfect way to add intrigue to this game.
Noah Brown drop at any time (+270)
Brown has the only Cowboys to have received a touchdown so far this season and one of their result overall. Despite that, he has the sixth best odds on his team to score a touchdown, even at the back Michael Gallup, who will participate in the first season, and Dalton Schultz, questionable to play. Brown had five catches in each of his first two games and is one of Cooper Rush’s favorite goals. I love his odds of scoring in the second game in a row.
Ezekiel Elliot Under 58.5 yards rushing (-118)
Elliott has yet to top that number this season and Tony Pollard He started eating on his campaigns. The Dallas Backup Run had two campaigns in the inaugural and nine a week ago. Taking the bottom number on that low against any backflip might seem risky because a few long rounds can get them up to 50+ yards fairly quickly, but that’s not the case for Elliott at the moment. His season length is 11 yards. And the Cowboys are underdogs, so he probably won’t stand the 20 or so touchdowns in this contest that it would take me to feel comfortable taking charge. Additionally, New York defense Derek Henry pushed him to just 3.9 YPCs in the first week, even though Christian McCaffrey topped the 100-yard mark last week.
sterling shepherd Over 43.5 yards (-120)
Shepherd has gone down either side of that total by two games, but the game workload he didn’t get was encouraging. His 65-yard catch in Week 1 is the bulk of his yards this season and he’s only caught one more pass against the Titans. It was Shepherd Daniel JonesIt was his favorite goal a week ago, though, as he picked up six of the 10 high passes that came his way. Granted, most were for short gains as he finished 34 yards. And the fact that his shot count was as high as 88% in Week 2 is also a plus. Four or five grabs should be enough to get a Shepherd over his total receiving yards; The total receptions were set at 4.5.
I will be Barclay Over 105.5 dash + yards (-118)
As Barkley has looked so good this season, he can knock that number to the floor on his own and he has already done so. He ran all over the Titans in the first week for 164 yards. Add 30 yards, and Barkley is close to doubling that seemingly lofty number. He dropped last week but still finished with a respectable 88 yards in more touchdowns. There is reason to believe that Barkley may have another big game against the Cowboys. Dallas was hit by Leonard Fournette for 137 yards in total and Joe Mixon managed 83 last week. The New York attack runs through Barkley – just a few separate plays could push his bettor into an early date.
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