The Opening Slate: NFL Week 13 on Monkey Knife Fight
Derek Tate breaks down some of his favorite prop games for Week 13 action on Monkey Knife Fight.
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Week 13 Player Props on Monkey Knife Fight
MORE OR LESS
Dak Prescott - 275.5 PASSING YARDS
Taysom Hill - 185.5 PASSING YARDS
Both of these players have clear outlooks this week. In Prescott’s case, he’s been on
a tear over the past five games. Averaging over 300 yards through the air during that span. However, he finds himself in a potentially difficult road matchup against the Saints, who are only giving up around 250 yards per game to opposing passing attacks. While the production could take a dip, it may not matter as it won’t take much to defeat a struggling New Orleans team.
Speaking of struggling, that’s an understatement in regards to the performance of head coach Sean Payton’s offensive unit. The consensus is Hill will get the nod and I
don’t foresee prolonged hiatus under center, combined with a limited set of pass-catching threats leading to a big day through the air. The cowboy defense has given up over 260 yards through the air on average, but I don't expect that type of output from Taysom Hill.
Take the 'Less' for both players
PASSING YARDS - Prescott vs. Hill (+90.5)
RUSHING YARDS - Alvin Kamara vs. Ezekiel Elliott(+4.5)
At least one part of this play has a solid outlook. While the total yardage for Hill versus Dak could be a
close margin, as Hill is more likely to be productive carrying the ball, I don’t think the gap in just passing
yards will be wide. As far as the competition between the running backs is concerned, at least one
significant storyline will be the availability of Alvin Kamara, who has been banged up in recent weeks. Even if Kamara is a go on Thursday, it still shouldn't sit well with you that Kamara hasn't topped the century mark on the ground in two months. His potential first game back from injury doesn't bode well for him receiving a heavy workload in this game. Which I think could very well be the case for
Elliott, who also hasn’t gone over the century mark in the past five games, but could be in store for a big
day as I believe Dallas will have a more balanced game plan.
Gimme the pair of Cowboys in these two matchups