Of the six props we’ve offered thus far today four have been decided. We are 4-for-4 in those props. Those bets include Brandin Cooks +4.0 receptions (7 receptions), Kansas City and Pittsburgh over 5.5 TDs (11 TDs scored), and Antonio Brown over 7 catches (9 receptions). Finally, we had the Arizona Cardinals winning none of the four quarters in today’s game. They did not win one. Now we have our Week Two Sunday Night Football props.
We’re waiting on our Ron Gronkowski prop of over 5.5 catches. That one does not look good. Here are three props for tonight’s Sunday Night Football game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys.
Saquon Barkley Total Rushing Yards Over 75.5 (-110)
In his first NFL game Barkley, a rookie from Penn State, had 106 yards. That was against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags have a solid defense, and are adept at stopping the run. Now he goes up against the Dallas Cowboys. In their first game of this season, the Cowboys gave up 147 yards on the ground to the Panthers. So, we like Barkley at over 75.5.
Our Pick: Barkely over 75.5 yards
Dak Prescott Will Throw for at Least 240 Yards (-110)
Prescott has struggled to break this mark. He threw for 170 against the Panthers. Prescott has not broken 200 yards in seven of his last nine games. The Giants allowed 168 to the Jags and had one pick. Will Prescott breakthrough in this game. We’re saying “no.” We just don’t think that’s going to happen tonight. We are, however, expecting Ezekiel Elliot to burn some yardage.
Our Pick: Prescott under 240 yards
Both Teams Make a FG from 37+ Yards (-110)
New York will make at least one field goal at that distance. NY’s Aldrick Rosas can easily hit from 45-plus. This season, he has two FG from plus-37 already. Brett Maher, the Dallas rookie PK, missed his only try last week. He’s the question mark in this one. But we’re going to say yes to this prop.
Our Pick: Each team hits a field goal from 37-plus yard
Week Two Sunday Night Football Props- Final Word
It looks like we lost our Gronk prop, so we go into this game 4-of-5. Not bad. Let’s see if we can go three-for-three with our Week Two Sunday Night Football props. That’s be very cool. Best of luck.