- Dak Prescott has thrown for over 247.5 yards in his past five games and has -115 odds to continue that streak on Thanksgiving against New York.
- Daniel Jones has averaged 43.7 YPG rushing and has -115 odds to rush for over 37.5 yards against the Cowboys.
DALLAS – The Dallas Cowboys are hosting the New York Giants on Thanksgiving Day and there are odds for both Dak Prescott and Daniel Jones for total touchdowns and passing yards.
During the first matchup of these two teams in 2022, the Cowboys left New York with a win, led by backup QB Cooper Rush. For the Thanksgiving game, Dak Prescott will be under center and is projected at online gambling sites to outperform Danny Dimes.
Dak Prescot Passing Odds
- Over 247.5 -115
- Under 247.5 -115
While he has only played five games during the season, Prescott has averaged 226 yards per game. Other than the Cowboys' week one loss to Tampa Bay and his first game back in 2022 against Detroit, Prescott has thrown for over 247.5 yards per game this seaosn.
Dak Prescott Scoring Props
- Over 1.5 TDs -160
- Under 1.5 TDs +120
Throwing over two touchdowns each of his last three games played, there is value on the TD props that have been set by NFL gambling sites for the Thanksgiving matchup.
Daniel Jones Passing Odds
- Over 193.5 -115
- Under 193.5 -115
The Giants QB has been very productive during the 2022 season, averaging 193.7 YPG. During their week 11 loss to the Detroit Lions, Jones throw his season high of 341 total yards. Based on his 2022 stats, the over would be tempting for Jones, but the Cowboys' defense makes it difficult to put faith in betting the over.
Cowboys’ Defense Against Past QB Matchups
- Week 11 Kirk Cousins – 105 passing yards
- Week 10 Aaron Rodgers – 224 passing yards
- Week 9 Justin Fields – 151 passing yards
- Week 8 Jared Goff – 228 passing yards
- Week 7 Jalen Hurts – 155 passing yards
While Jones passing total could be set a little high for the matchup in Dallas, he has -115 odds to rush for over 37.5 yards. During the 2022 regular season, Jones has averaged 43.7 YPG, including a 79-yard rush performance against the Cowboys' defense in week three.
Will Daniel Jones hit the over for total rushing yards in Dallas for the second time this season?