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Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants kicks off this Sunday in New Jersey as a home game for the Giants. Dallas comes into this one as a -3.5 favorite and -166 on the moneyline while the total is set at 45.5. Daniel Jones makes his return under center after leading the Giants to a playoff win last year, looking to get off to a hot start in this one.
Daniel Jones Anytime Touchdown
When it comes to cracking the code against stout defenses, dual threat quarterbacks immediately pop up on my radar. Daniel Jones has sneakily been one of the better runners in his stint with the NFL, featuring a quick top speed and elite scrambling ability when under pressure.
When Jones isn’t throwing into tight windows and tucking the ball and running, good things happen with the Giants offense. Linebackers have their sights set on Saquon Barkley in the backfield, as well as secondaries taking their steps back in pass sets. Immediate open field for Jones to attack when his receivers fail to create separation.
Factor in Micah Parsons switching into a full-time defensive end and Jones will be under constant pressure all game long. The Giants made a weak effort in upgrading their receiving corps, giving me conviction that we may see Jones rely on his legs more often against an elite Cowboys defense.
Reminder, when it comes to an anytime touchdown involving a quarterback, it must be done by the run as a passing touchdown does not qualify for this wager to cash.
Daniel Jones u215.5 Pass Yds
This prop directly correlates with the anytime touchdown as Jones will find himself throwing into tight windows. Hardly at any fault of his own as the offense finds themself in a tough test to open the season with a weak receiving unit and an offensive line having to deal with an elite defensive line.
The receiving corps is less to be desired and will struggle to find the gaps in the Cowboys coverage while lacking a true go-to superstar receiver. They drafted the Vol’s Jalin Hyatt in an attempt to bring in a downfield threat, yet his draft stock plummeted as scouts pondered his effectiveness in creating open space for himself and now has to deal with the Cowboy’s Trevon Diggs and Stephon Gilmore.
With Micah Parsons and DeMarcus Lawrence generating constant pressure into a collapsing pocket, Jones will find himself getting the ball out quicker than he would like. Leading to stalled out drives and empty possessions, relying on a heavier dose of the run in an attempt to open up the outside as the Cowboys stack the box against Barkley.