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Dak Prescott Future Props & Odds: Dak Prescott Given 5.3% Chance To Win MVP

The latest NFL odds show that sportsbooks believe highly in the Dallas Cowboys offense and expect a monstrous season from QB Dak Prescott as we take a look at his props and futures markets.
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Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott Props and Futures Markets

  • Dak Prescott Futures Props & Odds
  • Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl odds
  • Dak Prescott favorite for the Comeback Player of the Year Award

The Dallas Cowboys roster has some concerns on the defensive side of the ball but backing their high-powered offense in 2021 is a certainty. When Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Dak Prescott went down with a fractured ankle in Week 5 vs. the Giants and was carted off the field, the Cowboys season also went down the drain, finishing the season 6-10.

Following years of drama with the most enigmatic franchise in the NFL, Prescott finally signed a long-term extension with Dallas during the offseason for $160 million. The 28-year-old took his game to another level back in 2019, totaling a career-high 33 TDs and 4,902 passing yards. He was well on his way to an even better season in 2020, with 12 scores before suffering a season-ending ankle injury in Week 5. Prescott returns to arguably the league’s best supporting cast, powered by the likes of Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup, Ezekiel Elliott, and an excellent offensive line.

Dak Prescott Futures Props & Odds

Before Dak’s injury, Dallas averaged just below 33 points per game despite possessing the football for an average of only 26 minutes and 25 seconds per game.

Dak Prescott’s return from a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle raises concerns for his ankle strength and mobility heading into 2021. Still, he’s got Zack Martin, La’el Collins, Tyron Smith back on the line, Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, and Michael Gallup to throw to at Wide-Receiver. So the dark cloud of the contract talk is gone, and Prescott posted 1,856 yards and nine touchdowns in only five games in 2020, which would have had him on pace for a 6,000-plus yard season under the new 17-game format.

Dak Prescott’s Props & MVP Odds

Dak Prescott’s passing yardage total over-under is set at 4,825.5 (Over -112). We should see him soar past this number in 2021 just as he did two years ago when fully healthy.

With Dak and star RB Ezekiel Elliott out for redemption behind a healthy offensive line and one of the best receiving groups in the NFC, Dallas is going to score a ton of points. If you need evidence of this, I took a look at the look-ahead lines and counted how many totals are already topping 50 points or more in Dallas Cowboys games, and there are seven!

Prescott is the runaway favorite to win Comeback Player of the Year right now listed at +200 (Risk $100 to win $200) or an implied probability of 33.3% and the second overall favorite to lead the league in passing +600 (Risk $100 to win $600) or an implied chance of 14.3%. If Dak accomplishes these two and gets the Cowboys Over 9.5 wins (Over -110), he’ll garner a lot of MVP buzz given the public appeal of America’s Team. Sportsbooks list Dak currently at +1800 (Risk $100 ton win $1800) or an implied chance of 5.3% to win the NFL MVP award.

QB Dak Prescott Futures Props & Odds

Player propOdds to winImplied Probability
Comeback Player of the Year+21033.3%
Passing leader+60014.3%
Passing yards total4,825.5 (Over -112)52.8%
Passing TD total32.5 (Under -125)55.6%

Dallas Cowboys Futures Odds

Futures BetOddsImplied Probability
Super Bowl+3,0003.2%
To Win Conference+1,5006.3%
To Win Division+13542.6%
Season Win Total O/U9.5 (Over -110)52.4%
To Make PlayoffsYes -15060%

Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.


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