New York Jets vs Dallas Cowboys Same Game-Parlay: 4.00 Player Prop Builder for Sunday Evening
New York Jets vs Dallas Cowboys Same Game-Parlay, Opta Stats, Player Props
The Dallas Cowboys (1-0-0) welcome the New York Jets (1-0-0) to Texas, looking to make it an early-season double over the NFL’s ‘Big Apple’ sides following their 40-0 drubbing of divisional rivals New York Giants.
- Dallas Cowboys -2.5 Alternate Handicap
- Zach Wilson 1+ Interception Thrown
- Dak Prescott 1+ Interception Thrown
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New York Jets @ Dallas Cowboys Same-Game Parlay: Picks Galore In Arlington
Dallas Cowboys -2.5 Alternate Handicap
The Dallas Cowboys were Week 1’s big winners in the NFL, leaving MetLife Stadium with an authoritative 40-point win as they pitched a shutout over divisional rivas thel New York Giants.
“America’s Team” probably couldn’t believe their luck when they left East Rutherford without allowing a single point, getting their work done early on defense and special teams to put Brian Daboll’s Giants well behind the curve.
Noah Igbinoghene set the tone when he returned a blocked field goal for a 58-yard scoop and score, before DaRon Bland added a 22-yard pick-six to put them up 16-0 before the first quarter had even ended.
The contributions of those units meant the offense didn’t really have to do much, though they were able to add a further 24 points, with Tony Pollard and KaVontae Turpin combining for three touchdowns on the ground.
Of course it won’t always be that good for Dallas, but it got a lot better on Monday night when New York Jets QB Aaron Rodgers went down with an ankle injury that will end his season, just four snaps into his Gang Green debut.
Zach Wilson came in and oversaw an impressive 22-16 overtime win over apparent Super Bowl contenders Buffalo Bills, but that was more to do with Josh Allen’s inexplicable decision-making and undrafted free agent Xavier Gipson’s miraculous 65-yard punt return.
Zach Wilson 1+ Interception Thrown
The dread on Robert Saleh’s face was clear to see when Rodgers left the game on the first drive and it was left up to Wilson to oversee the game. He went 14-21 for 140 yards and threw a horrid interception to Matt Milano where he stared down Randall Cobb’s route and the linebacker barely had to make a move to pick it off.
It was symptomatic of Wilson’s game and a problem that the Jets – despite their claims – are clearly trying to fix in free agency, desparately calling Tom Brady’s burner phone in the hopes that he fancies one last dance.
Wilson was, and there’s no exaggeration here, the sole reason his team didn’t make the playoffs last year – throwing seven picks in nine starts amid some seriously lacklustre quarterback play.
The BYU graduate does not cope well with pressure and an elite defense like the Cowboys will not let him rest for a second. They were all over Daniel Jones in Week 1, sacking him seven times and forcing two interceptions and two fumbles on 28 dropbacks.
Dak Prescott 1+ Interception Thrown
The Cowboys defense isn’t the only one that was active last week though, and Dak Prescott will have to work a lot harder this week than he did in New Jersey to take care of the football.
The Jets forced three interceptions, two fumbles and sacked Josh Allen five times on the way to that win on Monday Night Football and, though the Cowboys boast an elite offensive line, have more than enough to force an error or two from Dak.
The Cowboys QB enters his 8th year as an NFL starter coming off his worst year for giveaways, throwing a league-high 15 interceptions in the regular season before adding two more in the play-offs for good measure.
He now has 65 interceptions in 98 career starts, and 18 in his last 16 dating back to the 2021 play-off defeat at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers.