KEY FACTS: The Giants are 2-0 and getting solid play from the beleaguered Daniel Jones (70.9 completion percentage, 1 INT). Dallas owns the recent series (nine wins in last 10 meetings) and QB Cooper Rush is 2-0 as a starter. Defensive dynamo Micah Parsons (illness) 🤒 is reportedly OK, while WR Michael Gallup (knee) is out and TE Dalton Schultz (knee) remains questionable.
TRENDING: New York opened as a three-point fav, but the line drifted to near pick ‘em. Dallas is 8-2 ATS in teams’ last 10 meetings, and five of the last seven have gone Over.
Jay Croucher and Ryan Leaf both went 1-1 Sunday, cashing on the Falcons ML and the Over on Josh Allen passing yards. How will they fare tonight?
Cowboys +1 (-110)
“The rare game where a defensive player (Micah Parsons) affects the spread more than either QB. The Dallas defense is the best unit in this game and carries the ‘Boys to a cover.”
Saquon Barkley Over 25.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
“Saquon was 20-9 over this number in his first two seasons and looks to be the same explosive player. Also, he has been targeted 11 times in the first two games this season.”
THE BIG NAME
Cowboys +1 (-110)
“The defense will get after Daniel Jones, and he’ll make a couple of mistakes. Cooper Rush is a good enough game manager not to put ‘em in bad spots.”
Saquon Barkley Under 80.5 rushing yards (-125)
“The Dallas defense will frustrate him and get the Giants out of their run game.”
1. The Broncos squeezed past the 49ers by a score that sounds more like a college football kickoff time ⏲️. It marked just the second 11-10 final in NFL history.
Odds: PointsBet traders would gladly offer any game at +100000 (i.e. 1000/1).
2. The Eagles terrorized former Philly QB Carson Wentz, sacking him nine times. Crazy stat from the memory bank: The Giants sacked Chicago’s Jay Cutler nine times in the first half🚑 in a Sunday night game in 2010.
Odds: Depending on the matchup, our traders would offer up to +1500 for a nine-sack performance.
3. Pity the ballplayers at Warner University, a small, private school 🎓 in Florida with an NAIA football team that took a 17-hour bus ride to play Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches, Texas. Final score: 98-0.
Odds: The odds of a college team covering a 97.5-point spread?! Our traders would offer that Pick Your Own Spread at about +7500.
4. Middle Tennessee hammered 25th-ranked Miami 45-31. The U paid a $1.5M guarantee 💰 to a program that was 0-21 versus ranked foes since 1999.
Odds: The Moneyline was +1500. As for a 14-point victory? Try +4500.
Alabama (-17) @ Arkansas (3:30pm ET Sat): One of five (!) games featuring two ranked teams. ‘Bama produced 671 yards 🤯 in last year’s meeting but had to eke out a 42-35 victory. Arkansas is 3-1 after a somewhat fluky 23-21 loss to Texas A&M.
Chiefs (-2.5) @ Bucs (8:20pm ET Sun): After coming up short against Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady takes on another former MVP 🥇 in Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs QB is coming off a weird loss to Indy and wants to avenge Super Bowl LV.
SACKS & PICKS
A defensive dream
5.5+ sacks and 1.5+ INTs in Monday Night Football +425 –> +600
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