As the Dallas Cowboys prepare for their Week 6 road trip to Foxborough, MA with a date against the New England Patriots, the latest betting prop bets are out. Besides the latest WynnBET betting odds favoring the Cowboys in this matchup, there are some very interesting prop bets that are worth making for Sunday.
The truth of the matter is, the Cowboys have been red-hot over the past four weeks. Their offense is clicking on all cylinders and well, led by quarterback Dak Prescott who is on a mission to continue proving his eliteness, they’re doing big things on a weekly basis at will.
The Patriots, in a rebuilding year, are on the outside looking in. These aren’t the same Patriots of the past that would dominate opponents as they are still trying to answer all the questions marks across the team. This bodes well for the Cowboys to leave this game victorious because, on all accounts, they are indeed the better team.
Look for Prescott to have another huge game with major headlines coming from total passing touchdowns as well as total passing yards. Of course, with all the offensive weapons at his disposal, keep an eye on wide receiver CeeDee Lamb to be his top target who should have another big game on Sunday. Let’s break down the top three prop bets worth betting on for the Week 6 matchup between the Cowboys and Patriots.
Dallas Cowboys: 3). Player Total Passing Touchdowns – Dak Prescott
Over: 1.5 (-200)
Under: 1.5 (+155)
So far this season, Prescott has 13 passing touchdowns with just three interceptions. With a 73.9 percent completion percentage, Prescott is playing some of the best football of his career early on this season. It’s hard to even believe he is coming off a season-ending injury from last year as he’s playing lights out football.
Prescott should easily throw more touchdowns than quarterback Mac Jones. This would be a good prop bet to make when considering he’s going up against a rookie. There are some major growing pains already for Jones as he adjusts to life in the NFL as he’s only thrown for five touchdowns but with five interceptions.
Obviously, you can’t compare these quarterbacks due to their different levels of play and production but it’s safe to say this is an easy decision to make when putting some money down to bet with quarterback throws for more passing touchdowns. Definitely take Prescott over Jones when it comes to this and expect to see Prescott throw at least two, maybe even three touchdowns against the Patriots.