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Week 10 of the NFL season gives us an NFC East matchup between the surging Dallas Cowboys and the defeated and putrid New York Giants.
The Giants will have Tommy Devito starting as Daniel Jones is out for the season.
The Cowboys are 16.5-point favorites.
Below, we’ll be looking at some prop bets, though.
Find out the top three below.
Facing the Cowboys, Devito is facing a defense that has 1.12 interceptions per game, but we think Devito bucks this trend.
Is that to say we think he’ll have a great statistical day? Hardly.
Devito has come in for relief in two games. He had -1 passing yard in Week 8 on two completions and 175 passing yards on 15 completions. He had two interceptions against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 9. He had 30 attempts.
For the Giants, they’ll want to rein that in. Devito shouldn’t be throwing 30 times.
We think Devito has less than 0.5 interceptions here because the attempts will come way down.
Getting +180 value, look for the Giants to be far more conservative with Devito passing the ball here, leading to zero interceptions.
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Sticking with the conservative theme, we’ll take the under on Devito’s passing yards (165.5). He had 175 last week, but that was against the Raiders. The Cowboys allow less than 200 passing yards per game, and the closest quarterback they’ve faced to Devito was probably, ironically, Daniel Jones.
In Week 1, Jones had 110 passing yards.
Look for another game of dominance here from the Cowboys. This has the makings of a 130-passing-yard game with zero touchdowns or interceptions.
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Taking on the Giants, Ferguson will face a defense that allows approximately three receptions on six targets for 42 yards and 0.11 touchdowns per game to opposing tight ends.
The tight ends don’t receive much action in games against the Giants, and considering how massive the Cowboys' favorites are, we don’t expect a pass-heavy day from the Cowboys and Dak Prescott.
Look for the team to have 30+ carries and let them carry them to victory.
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All statistics are courtesy of Pro Football Focus.
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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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