Strap in, my friends. The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles will throw down in a pivotal Week 14 showdown. After their loss last week, the Eagles have just a one game edge over the Cowboys atop the division.
If you want my best bet for this game, as well as my picks for the rest of the NFL slate for this week, you can find them in this week's edition of the "Road to 272 Bets".
If you want to bet a few touchdown scorers, you've come to the right place. I'm going to attack the Eagles' secondary by betting on three pass-catchers for the Cowboys to find the end zone.
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Best Anytime TD Bets for Eagles vs. Cowboys
- Brandin Cooks Anytime TD (+170)
- Jake Ferguson Anytime TD (+170)
- Michael Gallup Anytime TD (+550)
Brandin Cooks Anytime TD (+170)
You can always bet CeeDee Lamb to score a touchdown, but I wouldn't be breaking any news by telling you to bet on Lamb to score so I'm going to target just about every other pass-catcher to exploit the Eagles' secondary.
Brandin Cooks' role in this offense has seen a bomb lately, and he's scored a touchdown in five of their last seven games. His nose for the end zone makes him a great bet to score against an Eagles defense that's allowing 2.3 passing touchdowns per game.
Jake Ferguson Anytime TD (+170)
Jake Ferguson is another pass-catcher for the Cowboys who has a nose for the end zone. He has scored in four of his last six games and is coming off a game where he hauled in six receptions off eight targets. He presents some value to score once again at +170 odds.
Michael Gallup Anytime TD (+550)
Michael Gallup has been quiet lately as Brandin Cooks has taken over as the No. 2 receiving option. Despite that, it makes Gallup a good longshot and dark horse bet to score at +550 odds. He scored earlier this season against the Giants and is usually good for at least a couple of catches per game. The Eagles' secondary is so bad that any and all receivers should do well this Sunday.
The Eagles are giving up 6.5 yards per pass attempt this season, which ranks 17th in the NFL.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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