The Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants will face-off in a rematch of their Week 1 Sunday Night Football matchup where the Cowboys dominated from start to finish en route to a 40-0 win. If the point spread in their Week 10 meeting is any indication, we may see a similar result on Sunday.
If you want my best bet for every game on the Week 10 slate, you can find them in the latest edition of the Road to 272 Bets here.
Instead of betting on the spread, maybe betting on some player props is the right way to go. In this article, I'm going to break down my favorite bets to score a touchdown in this NFC East showdown.
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Best Anytime TD Bets for Giants vs. Cowboys
- Jake Ferguson Anytime TD +210
- Rico Dowdle Anytime TD +350
- Cowboys Defense Anytime TD (+400)
Jake Ferguson Anytime TD +210
As the Cowboys still search for a No. 2 wide receiver, Jake Ferguson is second on the team in targets (43), receptions (32), and yards (328). He also has the same amount of touchdowns as CeeDee Lamb with three, but for some reason is listed at a much longer price at +210 to score this weekend.
This might just be the best value bet on the board.
Rico Dowdle Anytime TD +350
Instead of betting Tony Pollard to score at -175, consider Rico Dowdle at +350. He is the clear No. 2 running back for this offense. Let's also remember that if this game is going to be a blowout as the point spread suggests, than the second string players are going to see more time on the field than the would in a competitive game.
So, how does a second half touchdown by Dowdle to put the Cowboys up 35-0 sound to you? It sounds great to me, especially at +350 odds.
Cowboys Defense Anytime TD (+400)
The Cowboys defense dominated and even scored against the Giants in Week 1, now they get to face a much worse quarterback in Tommy DeVito who might be one of the worst quarterbacks we've seen in the NFL over the past two decades. I would actually be surprised if the Cowboys defense doesn't score a touchdown in this game.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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