Online Sportsbook Solutions That Offer The Top NFL Prop Picks for Week 13
Thursday night’s NFC matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings kicks things off in Week 13 of the NFL regular season and to add even more excitement to the action on the field at US Bank Stadium, here are a pair of prop bet picks to add some more action when it comes to wagering on this game.
Top NFL Prop Picks for Week 13 Cowboys vs. Vikings- First Team to Score
The prop bet odds that Dallas draws first blood on the scoreboard this Thursday night as a three-point road favorite have been set at -135 and the moneyline odds that the Vikings put up the first points of the pay per head game have been set at +105.
One of the main reasons why the Cowboys are 10-1 this season has been their ability to jump out to quick leads behind an offense that is third in the NFL in scoring with an average of 28.7 points a game. The Vikings fall all the way to 24th in the league when it comes to scoring with just 19.8 points, but their defense is second in points allowed (17.5).
Dallas will face a tough test on offense on the road against this Minnesota defense, but the Pay Per Head Guide is still willing to bet that the Cowboys’ post the first score of the game in light of just how much the Vikings have struggled to put points on the board lately.
Cowboys vs Vikings- First Scoring Play
While there are a whole list of betting odds for this team prop, I am going to cut the list in half based on my first assumption that Dallas scores first. The betting odds for my options now include:
+300 Cowboys’ Field Goal
+350 Cowboys Passing Touchdown
+400 Cowboys Rushing Touchdown
+3000 Cowboys Touchdown (other)
+5000 Cowboys’ Safety
While Dak Prescott has done an incredible job at running this Dallas offense as a rookie, he still has just 18 touchdown passes this season which is tied for 14th in the league. The Cowboys other rookie sensation Ezekiel Elliott has made his way into the end zone 11 times running the ball, which is the second-most in the NFL.
Another thing to keep in mind is that Minnesota’s defense is fourth in the NFL against the pass, but it drops down to 15th when it comes to stopping the run. This helps set the stage for Dallas to score first on rushing touchdown to take full advantage of the added value in the longer odds for this prop bet pick. Top
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