The football world will be locked in on Sunday Night Football this weekend when two juggernauts throw down in San Francisco.
The 3-1 Dallas Cowboys are trying to establish themselves as the team to beat in the NFC while the 4-0 49ers are attempting to keep their undefeated record intact.
We're going to be talking player props in this article, but if you want my best bet for the game, you can find it in the latest edition of the "Road to 272 Bets".
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Cowboys vs. 49ers prop bets
- Christian McCaffrey OVER 78.5 rushing yards (-114)
- Brandon Aiyuk OVER 58.5 receiving yards
- Dak Prescott UNDER 242.5 passing yards (-115)
Christian McCaffrey OVER 78.5 rushing yards (-114)
Christian McCaffrey is on pace for an MVP-type season and he's averaging the most yards per game in his career by a long shot. Through the first four weeks, he's averaging 114.8 rushing yards per game this season, which is well above his set total of 78.5 for this game.
It helps that the Cowboys have struggled to stop the run this season, ranking 26th in the league in opponent yards per play, giving up 4.6. I think CMC is poised for another big game.
Brandon Aiyuk OVER 58.5 receiving yards
Brandon Aiyuk is another guy who is averaging way more yards than his set total for this game against the Cowboys. Through three starts, Aiyuk is averaging 106.7 receiving yards per game. He's also the No. 1 ranked receiver ranked wide receiver, according to PFF.com, so far this season.
It's time to start taking him legitimately as once of the best receivers in the game.
Dak Prescott UNDER 242.5 passing yards (-115)
Dak Prescott is only averaging 227 passing yards per game this season, but now his yardage total is set at 242.5 when he's playing one of the best defense in the country? That doesn't make sense.
The 49ers are allowing only 5.0 yards per pass attempt this season, the third fewest in the NFL. They're also only allowed a total of 218.3 passing yards per game.
There's no question about it, we have to take the UNDER on Prescott's passing yards total.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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