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Thursday Night Football in Week 13 features two teams that played on Thanksgiving Day in Week 12—the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks.
Below, we have the three best prop bets for this matchup.
To score a single touchdown, Pollard is -137, which makes him the most likely to score, based on the odds. To score multiple touchdowns, he’s +380.
Pollard has just four touchdowns this season—two in the past two weeks and two in Week 1.
So, why here?
Well, Pollard has been on a rushing touchdown streak, and this week, he’s facing a Seahawks defense that allows more than a touchdown per game to the running back position.
Against the Seahawks, running backs average approximately 22 carries for 89 yards and 1.09 touchdowns per game. They also average five receptions for 42 yards.
The Cowboys are on a tear recently and are nine-point favorites here. Being this large of a favorite indicates that the Cowboys should have a lead for most of the game, which leads to running the ball.
The over/under here is 46, which gives the Cowboys a team total of 27.5 points, close to four touchdowns.
The Seahawks have a poor defense against running backs, the Cowboys are nearly double-digit favorites, and have a projected team total of four touchdowns.
Pollard is +380, which is a solid 0.25-unit wager here.
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There’s not much value here at -230, but with bets, you ultimately want to pick ones that will result in a win, and Prescott passing for two touchdowns here seems like a no-brainer.
Prescott is second in the league in passing touchdowns with 23, one back of Buffalo Bills signal caller Josh Allen.
He has five straight multi-touchdown games and has six total on the season.
This week, against the Seahawks, he’ll face a defense that allows approximately 24 completions for 250 yards and 1.27 touchdowns per game to opposing quarterbacks. The biggest deterrent for Prescott having two touchdowns isn’t the Seahawks defense, but rather the pattern in which they score to take the lead, given that they’re nine-point favorites.
These touchdowns will need to happen rather fast, and that’s more than possible against a defense that allows over a touchdown per game to wide receivers as they go up against an offense with CeeDee Lamb and Brandin Cooks.
Look for the multi-touchdown streak to continue here for Prescott.
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Despite the number of weapons the Cowboys have, Cooks has been a critical component of the offense over the past three weeks against the Giants, Panthers, and Commanders. In that stretch, he's had 19 targets, 16 receptions, 287 yards, and two touchdowns. He had 173 yards, a score against the Giants, and 72 yards against the Commanders.
The Seahawks defense allows 13 receptions on approximately 21 targets, amounting to 156 yards and a touchdown per game to opposing wideouts. Notably, they have allowed a touchdown to the position for four consecutive weeks.
Despite CeeDee Lamb being the primary target, Cooks is poised to see plenty of Tariq Woolen and Tre Brown as he lines up on both sides.
Look for Cooks to be in a position to score here.
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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