3 Best Prop Bets for Cowboys vs Titans Thursday Night Football Week 17 (Zeke Extends Scoring Streak)
Week 17 of the 2022 NFL season kicks off with an intriguing showdown on Thursday Night Football between the Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans. Both teams are without their top running backs with Derrick Henry and Tony Pollard ruled out, so we'll have to look elsewhere in this game for prop bets.
Here are three of the best prop bets for the Cowboys vs Titans matchup, courtesy of NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Cowboys vs Titans TNF Prop Bets Tonight
1. Ezekiel Elliott - Anytime Touchdown Scorer (-180)
Despite splitting backfield duties with Tony Pollard, Elliott has remained a touchdown machine this year, scoring 11 TDs in 13 games so far. This is the fourth time in seven seasons that he's tallied double-digit touchdowns, and he's poised to add to that total on Thursday Night Football. Zeke has found the end zone at least once in eight straight games, notching 10 total TDs during that stretch. Look for him to extend his scoring streak again tonight, especially with Pollard out.
2. Dak Prescott - Passing Touchdowns: Over 1.5 (-113)
Prescott's numbers have taken a step back this year as the Cowboys have become more reliant on the ground game, but he's still finding his receivers in the end zone quite frequently. The two-time Pro Bowler has thrown 3 TD passes in three of his last four games and has passed for multiple scores in seven of his last eight contests, slinging 19 touchdowns through the air during that span. Tennessee has one of the worst passing defenses in the NFL and has already allowed 26 aerial TDs this year (fourth-most in NFL), making this a perfect matchup for Prescott to exploit.
3. Robert Woods - Receiving Yards: Under 28.5 (-110)
It's been a tough first year with the Titans for Woods, who's endured inconsistent quarterback play and competition for catches from rookie Treylon Burks in a run-heavy offense. The result has been the worst season of the 10-year veteran's career, as he's currently averaging a personal-worst 29.9 receiving yards per game. That number is even worse (24.4 YPG) over his last 10 games, as he's gone over this prop just three times during that span. Don't expect a breakout in Week 17 with third-string QB Joshua Dobbs under center, either, leading to another quiet game for Woods.
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