Sportsbooks Seem to Expect a Dak Prescott Down Game

  • Dak Prescott has +100 odds to pass for more than 29.5 attempts on Thursday.
  • Prescott has -129 odds to complete more than 19.5 passes in the game.
  • Prescott has -117 odds to pass for more than 1.5 touchdowns.

DALLAS - Much remains up in the air about the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tennessee Titans, but one man’s availability is not in question – Cowboys QB Dak Prescott.

While questions remain about the participation of Titans RB Derrick Henry and Cowboys’ RB duo Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard, Prescott will be under center on Thursday – and the NFL betting sites are confident enough to already list his odds for the game.

Over/Under - Pass Attempts – Dak Prescott (DAL)

  • Over(29.5) +100
  • Under(29.5) -130

Prescott has only had four games this season under 29.5 pass attempts, and all four of them came in his first five starts of the year.

In his last five starts, he has consistently attempted 30+ passes per game. However, three of those five had exactly 30 attempts – this is a well-set line.

Over/Under - Pass Completions – Dak Prescott (DAL)

  • Over(19.5) -129
  • Under(19.5) -102

This is a surprisingly low line in the context of Prescott’s season. He’s only had two games under 19.5 pass completions, and they were in his first two starts of the season.

Every other game he’s started, he’s completed more than 20 passes, and he’s not cutting it as close in terms of completions as he is in terms of attempts.

Prescott only has one game of 20 pass completions and two games of 21 pass completions, with the rest well clear of the 19.5 mark.

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Over/Under - Passing TDs – Dak Prescott (DAL)

  • Over(1.5) -117
  • Under(1.5) -112

Prescott has been a touchdown machine this season, passing for less than 1.5 touchdowns only three times over the course of the entire season.

He’s actually passed for three touchdowns four times, which is more than he’s passed for less than two touchdowns.

The overall picture of this game is that the online sportsbooks are expecting a down game from Prescott.

It remains to be seen whether they’re right or not.

Will Prescott Meet Expectations? Y/N