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Monday Night Football is here with the New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys. Can Tony Pollard and Sterling Shepard build our bankroll? BMatt dives into it with his same-game parlay.

New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Same-Game Parlay: Can Tony Pollard and Sterling Shepard Build Our Bankroll?

Let me start this off by saying this game looks like it could be a bad one, but then again, you can’t get worse than the San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos last night.

We hit our last primetime builder when the Cleveland Browns beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football, so let’s go back to the well and dial up another one for tonight. This one is playable on DraftKings and the odds come out to -105.

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Giants vs. Cowboys Start Time and Where to Watch

  • Date: September 26, 2022
  • Game Time: 8:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: ABC/ESPN

Giants vs. Cowboys Odds

Spread: Giants -1 (-108), Cowboys +1 (-110)

Total: Under 39.5 (-106), Over 39.5 (-107)

Moneyline: Giants (-112), Cowboys (+105)

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New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Same-Game Parlay

2-leg same-game parlay -105 (Bet $105 to win $100)

Tony Pollard over 14.5 alternative receiving yards

The Giants are a blitz-heavy team, and scrambling isn’t an area of strength for Cooper Rush. That usually means the check-downs will see some love. Pollard has covered this number in both games, and in Week 1 he did it on only two catches. Last week he had 4 receptions for 55 yards, so I like Rush to hit Pollard on a few check-downs.

Sterling Shepard (NYG) 35+ alternative receiving yards

Shepard has come back and returned to his status as WR1 for the Giants. Shepard has seen an eye-opening 26.9% target share through two weeks, and I expect that to continue tonight with the focus on Saquon Barkley - whose volume so far this season shows he is the piece this offense revolves around. Shepard’s 10 targets in Week 2 led the team, and those numbers alone should produce the volume 35 receiving yards.

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Born in Southern California, Brian lives and breathes sports.  He comes from a football family, with a number of family members who played professionally.  While Brian didn’t play professionally, he took his insights and dominated off the field. In fact, during the 2021 NFL season, his bets and parlays returned a whopping 117.84 units. Specializing in data analysis, Brian takes a unique approach to his NFL, NBA, and MLB bets. You can find him on Twitter at @the_bmatt.


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