Giants vs. Cowboys same-game parlay for Week 10

Nov 5, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) and
Nov 5, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) and / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys enter Week 10 as the biggest favorites of the NFL season against the New York Giants, who are starting third stringer Tommy DeVito in place of Daniel Jones, who tore his ACL last week in the team's loss.

With the Cowboys very likely to win, is there a way to boost our payout on a Dallas blowout? I took to DraftKings Sportsbook to craft a same-game parlay (SGP) to enhance our payout. Below, I'll list a five-leg +1500 SGP for you that can help you enjoy the game and hopefully get a big payout!

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Best Giants vs. Cowboys Same-Game Parlay

  • Giants Team Total UNDER 13.5 (-230)
  • Dallas Cowboys -20.5 (+129)
  • Tony Pollard OVER 16.5 Rushing Attempts (-115)
  • CeeDee Lamb OVER 5.5 Receptions (-150)
  • Brandin Cooks ANYTIME Touchdown Scorer (+280)

Giants Team Total UNDER 13.5

The Cowboys shut down the Giants in Week 1, winning 40-0 on the road, and now return home after a heart breaking loss to the Eagles to feast on the Giants again with its third string quarterback Tommy DeVito.

New York is going to struggle to move the ball with DeVito under center. He has appeared in the last two games and it's clear that the coaching staff doesn't trust him to pass the ball, passing for 175 last week and -1 yards on seven pass attempts the week prior.

I'll trust the Cowboys to keep the Giants out of the end zone for a majority of this game and start our SGP with this team total under.

Dallas Cowboys -20.5

In a similar line of thinking, I'm going to try and get some boosted odds on the likely blowout on Sunday, so I'll take Dallas to win by three touchdowns. The Giants offense has been a disaster all season long, but it'll resort to trying to play keep away with DeVito under center.

The Cowboys are fourth in EPA/Play on defense and have little issue getting margin on limited offensive teams, including the aforementioned 40-0 romp at MetLife Stadium in the opener. I expect Dallas to take out its frustrations from last week's loss with a blowout win.

Tony Polard OVER 16.5 Rushing Attempts

Pollard's volume has died down of late, he hasn't had more than 15 carries since Week 2 of this season, but given the likely dominant game script, I expect the Cowboys to force feed its lead back.

There's no denying that he is the bellcow back, but the Cowboys have been leaning more on the passing game. However, given the talent disparity here, I'm going to go with Pollard featuring heavily.

CeeDee Lamb OVER 5.5 Receptions

Out of the BYE week, one thing is clear: get Lamb the ball. Lamb has been on a tear over the last two games, catching 23 passes for 349 yards. This line is simply too low given his target share for Lamb not to get to his quota.

Blowout or not, Lamb is going to be a featured part of the offense as the Cowboys look to get on track.

Brandin Cooks Anytime Touchdown Scorer

Cooks scored three touchdowns in the prior two games before laying an egg last week, catching only one pass for seven yards. However, he was still on the field plenty, taking over as the team's No. 2 receiver. Cooks was on the field for 77% of snaps last week, yet is still being priced at +280 to catch a touchdown with the likes of Michael Gallup, who is seeing the field far less.

The price doesn't match how often Cooks is on the field, so with plenty of scoring chances for Dallas I'll take the team's second choice in the passing game.

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