Best Bets for Philadelphia Eagles versus Dallas Cowboys in Week 6

A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports)
A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports) /

Once the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys put a bow on another chapter in their long and heated rivalry to close out Sunday Night Football, we’ll know a lot more about both of these teams than we do right now. Hopefully, if you’re placing a bet or two, you’ll be armed with the satisfaction of knowing that your bank account will have more money in it as well.

FanDuel has plenty of wagers for you to play. If you’re looking to play it safe, here are three that should place you in the winner’s circle.

Jalen Hurts Alternate Passing Yards Total: 225+ (-160)

Jalen Hurts has yet to experience the joy of beating the Dallas Cowboys. The teams he’s been on have come up on the wrong side of the scoreboard four times. He’s 0-2 as a starter. He’s the thing though. He’s thrown for 342 yards and 326 yards during those starting appearances… And that’s when he didn’t have A.J. Brown to throw the ball to.

QB1 only threw for less than 225 yards once during the Eagles’ first five games this season, and that was during a downpour in Week 4 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. An alternate passing total of 225 yards is almost too good to be true. Jump on this one quickly.

A.J. Brown’s alternate receiving yards: 50+ (-310)

If you took the over on A.J. Brown‘s receiving total last week (like we did), you were probably feeling great when he hauled in three receptions for 32 yards during the first drive. We most certainly were. Then, it happened.

All of that came crashing down around us when he was then blacklisted by the Eagles coaching staff and didn’t haul in another reception for the remainder of the contest. He’ll be a focal point of the offense this week.

50 yards receiving will be an easy task and a winner for you if you take the odds at -310.

Alternate Total Points for Philadelphia Eagles vs Cowboys: Over 26.5 (-2000)

The Eagles and Cowboys have combined for 27 points or more in seven of their last eight meetings. The only exception was a 6-0 classic on New Year’s Eve in 2017 when Dallas had nothing to play for and the Birds were resting their starters so they could go on a playoff run and eventually win Super Bowl LII.

Take the over at 26.5 points. Don’t walk. Run, so you can invest a few dollars into this one.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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