Panthers vs Cowboys top prop bets to make for NFL Week 4 Game
The Dallas Cowboys made a statement in Week 3 with a huge win over the Philadelphia Eagles in front of their home crowd at AT&T Stadium. They now welcome the undefeated Carolina Panthers who are also trying to make a statement by continuing their success early on this season.
With the new month of October upon the football world, the Fall is in full swing as the second month of hot storylines shall continue. Are the Cowboys truly a playoff-contending team? Will the Panthers prove that they can beat better teams than those they faced? Can the Cowboys make it back-to-back wins to continue silencing their naysayers?
All of this and more will be answered on Sunday in what should be one of the best afternoon games to kick off Week 4. The latest betting odds are in at WynnBET that have the Cowboys as -4.5 favorites to leave this game victorious.
The latest prop bets that favor the Cowboys also expect to see quarterback Dak Prescott continue to showcase his elite skills, what should be a big game for wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, and running back Ezekiel Elliott to continue doing what he does best. Let’s break down the top three prop bets worth betting on in this Week 4 matchup between the Panthers and Cowboys.
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Dallas Cowboys: 3). Player Total Passing Yards – Dak Prescott
Over: 289.5 (-120)
Under: 289.5 (-110)
Prescott continues to play at an elite level at the start of the season. So far, he’s totaled 86/111 completions, 878 passing yards, six touchdowns, and two interceptions. He’s been a difference-maker for the Cowboys and has proven to get the job done after coming back from last year’s devastating ankle injury.
While Darnold has been doing good as well on his new team with the Panthers, the offense of the Cowboys continues to be a major strength in 2021. The truth of the matter is, the Cowboys have better receiving options than the Panthers, which is why it’s not a surprise at all that Prescott is slated to have more total passing yards than Darnold in this matchup.
Expect to see Prescott outperform Darnold in this aspect as for those wanting to make a prop bet on which quarterback will have more total passing yards, put your money on No. 4. Prescott is averaging 292.7 passing yards per game as he could very well go off in Week 4 and is worth betting on in this specific prop bet.