The bright night lights of Monday Night Football will grace AT&T Stadium for a huge evening of NFC East action this evening. The Dallas Cowboys welcome the Philadelphia Eagles for what should be an epic slugfest between two teams looking to be 2-1 once this game is officially in the books. So much so, there is still time to place your bets to get in on the top prop bets heading into tonight’s matchup.
At this point in time, the latest prop bets to focus on specifically for the Cowboys when it comes to placing your bets involve quarterback Dak Prescott, running back Tony Pollard, and the first touchdown scorer and team to win.
The Cowboys are currently an early favorite at 3.5 points playing at home. Various factors that have gone into this are the above-average play of Prescott, a strong rushing attack in Week 2’s win over the Los Angeles Chargers, and an overall strong start on defense when it comes to creating turnovers.
Here are the top three prop bets to make as the Cowboys should hopefully be able to get the job done in front of the home crowd and make it two wins in a row to start the season on the right track.
3). Player Total Passing Yards: Dak Prescott
Over: 302.5 (-115)
Under: 302.5 (-115)
In case you didn’t know, Prescott has been on fire as of late for the Cowboys when it comes to everything he brings to the table. In just two games back from his horrific ankle injury of 2020, it looks like Prescott hasn’t missed a single beat and already playing at an above-average level.
So far, Prescott has totaled 65/85 completions for a completion percentage of 76.5, 640 passing yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions. Over at WynnBET, Prescott has a prop bet to throw for more passing yards than quarterback Jalen Hurts of the Eagles.
In the grand scheme of things, this could very well be a game of two young quarterbacks trying to outduel each other. If this ultimately ends up happening, expect Prescott to throw for more total passing yards than Hurts due to having more offensive weapons and again, the home crowd cheering him on every step of the way. Especially for it being an emotional night due to his first return to AT&T Stadium since his season-ending injury a year ago.