Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, Nov 21
4:25 PM ET
In what can only be described as the must-watch game of Week 11, Sunday’s late afternoon matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs will more than likely be a great game of football. You have two high-octane offenses that will undoubtedly make this a game to remember once all is said and done. Expect to see quite the offensive duel between both teams.
When it comes to the latest prop bets, only one is actually worth making as it all comes down to Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott. If you could believe it, the Cowboys are actually underdogs going into Sunday’s game. This could be why the only positive prop bet to earn cash from will come down to how many passing touchdowns can Prescott score.
If you’re looking to score some cash on WynnBET, take a look at the top prop bet below and why it’s worth betting on:
Player Total Passing Touchdowns Prop Bet – Dak Prescott
Over: 2.5 (+150)
Under: 2.5 (-210)
In a situation like this and knowing that Prescott is coming off a huge Week 10 win over the Atlanta Falcons, it’s best to take the over in this prop bet. Last week, Prescott totaled completed 24 out of 31 passes for 296 passing yards, two touchdowns, and zero interceptions.
Prescott was laser-focused against the Falcons as one better believe he’s also going to bring that level of intensity, precision, and most importantly of all, execution against the Chiefs. Expect to see him throw for more than two touchdowns in Sunday’s game as a $100 bet on WynnBET taking the over will earn you $150.
The Chiefs will definitely bring their A-game but make no mistake about it, Prescott and his Cowboys want to continue proving they mean business this season. The Cowboys have the No. 1 offense in the entire NFL as there is a lot on the line going into Sunday’s game, especially playing on the road in Arrowhead Stadium. Expect to see Prescott put on another absolute clinic under center and do his part to leave this game victorious, especially by executing where it matters most in the endzone.