The Cowboys are fresh off destroying the lowly New York Giants, and will look to beat up on another basement dwelling team in the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
CeeDee Lamb has pushed into the Offensive Player of the Year conversation, and the star wide receiver is in line for another big day against a lackluster Panthers secondary. Can the Cowboys passing game continue its good form while the Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young struggles yet again?
Here's my favorite player props for Cowboys vs. Panthers. For more on how to bet this game from a side and total perspective, head on over to betting expert Iain MacMillian's best bet column!
Best Prop Bets for Cowboys vs. Panthers in Week 11
- CeeDee Lamb OVER 6.5 receptions
- Jake Ferguson anytime touchdown scorer
- Bryce Young to throw an interception
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CeeDee Lamb OVER 6.5 receptions
Lamb is on a historic tear right now, becoming the first player in NFL history to have three straight games with 10 or more catches and 150 or more receiving yards, so this number feels fairly pedestrian against a middling Panthers defense that is league average in success rate against the pass.
The Cowboys have unleashed its passing game and are force feeding Lamb, I see no reason not to keep riding the hot hand on Sunday.
Jake Ferguson anytime touchdown scorer
The Wisconsin product has become a trusted part of the aforementioned Dallas passing game that is humming at the moment. He's a reliable red zone target as well, catching a touchdown in three straight games.
Given that the Panthers are the worst team in the NFL by record, I expect Dallas to move the ball often in this one and have plenty of chances to cash in. Behind Lamb, Ferguson is where Dak Prescott looks in the end zone. At +230, this implies there's a 30% chance of this bet hitting, but I'd say it's north of 40% given his usage.
Bryce Young to throw an interception
It's pricey, but Young is simply too much of a liability against a physical and turnover-seeking Dallas defense. Young has thrown seven big time passes to 11 turnover worthy plays in his rookie campaign and has seven interceptions on the year. While he doesn't throw the ball down the field much, he's struggling under pressure, thrwoing five turnover passes on the 39% of drop backs that he is pressured.
Dallas has 10 interceptions on the year this season. I believe that the team will be all over Young as they push through a poor Panthers offensive line and bait him into a mistake. It's pricey indeed, but I prefer to lay it given the state of the Carolina offense.
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