SNF Prop Betting - Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Written by:
Phil Simon
Published on:
Nov/09/2018

The Dallas Cowboys are in desperate need of a win as they head into the Week 10 Sunday Night Football matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. Ezekiel Elliott called it a must-win game for the Boys, and they’ll have to get it in upset fashion as the current NFL betting line at BookMaker.eu has them as a 7-point dog. The Eagles are coming off their bye and when they did that last season they smoked the Boys in Big D.

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Date and Time: Sunday, November 11, 2018, 8:20 p.m. ET

Location: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

NFL Odds: Eagles -7, O/U 43.5

Cowboys at Eagles TV Coverage: NBC

The Cowboys get another chance to showcase their skills on national television, and they’re hoping things are different this time. Taking the Monday Night Football stage last week, the Boys pissed down their leg in a loss to the Titans. It wasn’t the showing most expected coming off a bye and the pressure got dialed up on the careers of Dak Prescott and Jason Garrett.

It doesn’t take a genius to be a defensive coordinator against the Cowboys. Their offense has become as predictable as the sun rising in the east. I lost count on how many times Elliott ran the ball on first down. When the line creates space that’s a great play, when it doesn’t it’s time to try something else. I get why Garrett keeps going to Elliott. He is one of the best running backs in the league and is a powerful runner. He hasn’t busted loose this season, however, and the line is much different than it was during his record-setting rookie season.

I would fade Zeke’s rushing yardage total on any prop bet since he’s totaled just 94 yards in the last two outings and is averaging less than three yards per carry. The Boys need offense and they need points. They didn’t trade a first-round pick to the Raiders so Amari Cooper could be another Cole Beasley. They acquired him to be a difference-maker and last week’s game started out well enough. Cooper caught a scoring pass on Dallas’ second possession and he collected five receptions on eight targets, but he had only 58 yards.

It’s time for Dak to take command of the offense and start throwing the football. Zeke is a great option, but opponents key on him and they’ve pretty much stopped him the last two weeks. And he’s not going to run wild against Philly’s second-ranked run defense. That leaves only one thing, and Cooper will have another big game in Philly like he had last season with the Raiders. And it’s a twofold prop bet with Coop going over his receiving yard total leading to Dak exceeding his passing yard number.

Watch out for Carson Wentz on the Eagles side. He was leading the NFL in touchdown passes last season before going on the shelf with a knee injury and he’s back at it. Feeling more comfortable on his surgically-repaired knee, Wentz has multiple scoring throws in each of his last five starts and has three TDs in two of his past three outings. He also has a new weapon in Golden Tate, who will be making his Eagles debut on Sunday night.

Tennessee entered last week’s game against Dallas with one of the worst offenses in the league, but Marcus Mariota found a way to inflict some damage. He completed 21 of 29 for 240 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Philly used a potent ground game en route to the Super Bowl title last season, but that’s changed. No LeGarrette Blount, Jay Ajayi on IR and Darren Sproles out indefinitely leaves Wentz to do all the heavy lifting. And he hasn’t disappointed.

In 13 starts last season Wentz threw for more than 300 yards four times. He’s already eclipsed that mark three times in six starts. And the Boys will be without their defensive leader as Sean Lee is back on the shelf with a bad hammy. That opens up a lot of room in the second level and the Eagles have just the man to exploit that. Tate will likely steal some targets from Zach Ertz, but look for the tight end to be featured prominently in the passing game. He leads the Eagles in receptions and receiving yards and is the favorite option for Wentz in the red zone.  Ertz is a strong bet to go over his receiving yards total and score a touchdown on a prop bet at BookMaker.eu.

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