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The Dallas Cowboys are coming off a bye in Week 7 and now take on the Los Angeles Rams, who lost at home to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Below, we have the three best prop bets for this NFC showdown.
Kupp missed the beginning of the season but came back in Week 5 and has made an instant impact. He had at least 118 receiving yards in his first two games before having just two catches for 29 yards last weekend against the Steelers.
However, we expect Kupp, who plays outside and in the slot, to rebound.
He’ll face a combination of Jourdan Lewis and Stephon Gilmore. Whenever Kupp does line up outside, he’s typically on the right side.
This season, Lewis and Gilmore have allowed a combined 24 catches on 45 targets for four touchdowns and 400 yards.
Kupp has seen 28 targets through three games and will continue to see plenty of volume here.
Opposite Kupp is Puke Nacua, and they’ve had a bit of a back-and-forth the last two weeks—Kupp had over 100 yards in Week 6, Nacua didn’t; Nacua had over 100 last week, Kupp didn’t.
However, since Kupp has returned, Nacua has seven receptions or more in two of three games.
Through seven games this year, Nacua has 58 receptions on 78 targets.
Nacua is just as involved as Kupp, and against a team like the Cowboys, the Rams, and quarterback Matthew Stafford will need all the help they can get.
Lining up on the outside, Gallup will see plenty of Cobie Durant. This year, on 225 snaps in coverage, Durant has allowed 19 receptions on 29 targets for 270 yards (a 65.5% reception rate).
Over the last four weeks, Gallup has been heavily involved in the offense, seeing 28 targets, including ten last week.
He only had three receptions on ten targets last week and one drop.
With this wager, we’re riding the hot streak of Gallup’s involvement in the offense against a pass-happy Rams offense capable of putting up points.
Also, the +118 value doesn’t hurt either.
*All statistics courtesy of Pro Football Focus.
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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