- The last two Dallas Cowboys games have seen a total of 74 points scored
- The Browns defense has allowed more than 30 points twice this season
The Cowboys offense has pretty much been exactly what we expected it to be the last two weeks. They can put up big plays at ease and have victimized two terrible defenses. This week they face a Browns team who allowed 38 points to the Lamar Jackson-led Ravens, 30 points to the Joe Burrow-led Bengals and even 20 points to the Dwayne Haskins-led Washington Football Team.
The Browns defense has been ravaged by injuries all over the board. They rank 29th in the league in touchdowns (8), 27 in average plays per drive (6.6) and 25th in average points per drive (2.78). A big part of the reason for that is that the Browns are allowing a 47.5% conversion rate on third down (9th worst), a 100% conversion rate on fourth down (joint last), and have allowed 10 touchdowns to be scored on 13 red-zone trips. The Cowboys should be able to move the ball with ease in this one as they strive to get back to 2-2.
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- The over has hit in the last two games each of these teams played
- These two defenses are allowing a combined 61.6 points per game
While the Cowboys will be able to move the ball at ease, so should the Browns offense. The Browns ideally want to run the ball, but the Cowboys strength is against the run (ranking 10th in yards per attempt), while they struggle against the pass (26th in net yards per attempt). This total may seem high but this year totals have been going over at ridiculous rate, with the over sitting at 29-18-1.
NFL Expert Picks
1u – Dallas Cowboys over 29.5 total points @ -120
1u – Over 55 total points @ -107
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