Dak Prescott

  • Dak Prescott’s passing touchdown total is set at 1.5.
  • Ezekiel Elliott has +380 odds to score the first touchdown of the game.
  • Dalton Schultz’s receiving yard total is set at 38.5 yards.

DALLAS – Kicking off the Week 17 festivities, the Dallas Cowboys are massive 11-point favorites on the road against Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football. While the gamelines offer some slight value even with Dallas such a heavy favorite, even more value could be made betting on Dallas Cowboys player props.

Dak Prescott Player Props

Total Passing Touchdowns

  • Over 1.5 -120
  • Under 1.5 -110

With legal sports betting sites listing just a 1.5 passing touchdown total for Dak Prescott, bettors should be rushing to take the over before the line potentially takes a shift. Dak has seen a 1.5 passing TD total in each of his last five games and has gone over in four of them.

In fact, he has gone over 1.5 touchdowns in seven of his 10 games played this season.

He also has a cakewalk matchup against a Tennessee Titans secondary that is letting up an average of 1.7 touchdowns each week to opposing QBs and has two of their last four opposing QBs hit for 3+ touchdowns each.

Tennessee’s defense has also allowed the fifth most redzone passing touchdowns in the league at 16.

Ezekiel Elliott Player Props

Ezekiel Elliott To Score First TD

  • Yes +380

Ezekiel Elliott’s NFL player prop odds to score the first touchdown of the game could be one of the most valuable player props for the entire game on Bovada. Elliott has now scored a touchdown in eight straight games and most of them have come early on. In the Cowboys last six games, Zeke has cashed on the odds to score the first touchdown three times.

He has also been the Cowboys first touchdown scorer four times in those games.

Looking at the Titans and their last five games, they have allowed opposing teams running backs to be the teams’ first scorer in three.

Dalton Schultz Player Props

Receiving Yard Total

  • Over 38.5 -115
  • Under 38.5 -115

This should be an easy-going matchup for Dalton Schultz against the worst defense against tight ends in the league.

The Titans are allowing 8.4 tight end targets and 69.53 yards per game to tight ends. Both of which are the worst in the league. They are also in the bottom five of the league in tight end receptions per game (5.8) and average yard per catch (11.99).

Looking at Schultz’s last five games, he has averaged 41.8 receiving yards and has gone over his projected yard total 40% of the time. Schultz has also been heavily involved in the Cowboys passing attack having seen 5+ targets in six of nine games and has gone over 38.5 yards in five of those nine games.

Ezekiel Elliott first TD scorer of the game

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