Cowboys Vs. Commanders Thanksgiving Day Props: Player Props & Odds

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Cowboys Vs. Commanders Thanksgiving Day Props: Top Player Props & Odds

The Thanksgiving football slate in Week 12 of the NFL season includes an NFC East matchup between the Washington Commanders and host Dallas Cowboys. The game will be broadcast on CBS, with kickoff scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET. Dallas is the favorite at on the point spread, and the game has an over/under line of points. 

Best player props: Cowboys vs. Commanders

The Cowboys have won 12 straight home games and eight straight home games against NFC East opponents, dating back to a loss to Washington on Thanksgiving in 2020. The Commanders have dropped four of their last five games and have lost both their divisional matchups so far this season to the Giants and Eagles. 

A full list of props is up for Thanksgiving games, including anytime touchdown scorers and lines for passing yards, receiving yards, rushing yards, and more. Below, we will take a look at some player props for this matchup. 

Anytime TD props for Cowboys vs. Commanders

The Cowboys have struggled to punch in rushing touchdowns after moving on from Ezekiel Elliott and promoting Tony Pollard to a lead back role this season. Dallas has not struggled to score through the air, however, with Dak Prescott passing for a league-high 13 touchdowns over his last four starts. 

Quarterback passing props for Cowboys vs. Commanders

Prescott is averaging 308.6 passing yards per game with a 70.8% completion rate over his last five starts. The Commanders are allowing a league-high 286.6 passing yards per game over their last five games. 

Sam Howell has attempted the most passes per game (45.6) in the NFL over his last five starts. The second-year quarterback is averaging 307.6 passing yards per game in that span and has taken 17 sacks. 

Over/under passing yard props

Passing TD prop bets

Receiving yard props for Cowboys vs. Commanders

CeeDee Lamb has been the primary target for Prescott all season, and he’s been on a tear lately with 40 catches for 538 yards and four touchdowns over his last four games. Terry McLaurin leads Washington with 86 targets and 56 receptions this season. 

Reception props

Second-year Washington receiver Jahan Dotson is third on the team in receptions (37) behind Curtis Samuel (43), but he’s averaging 10.4 yards per catch. Cowboys second-year tight end Jake Ferguson is averaging 4.3 catches for 45.5 yards per game over his last eight outings. 

Rushing yard props for Cowboys vs. Commanders

Brian Robinson Jr. is the lead back for Washington, and he could see an elevated load again this week with Antonio Gibson (toe) listed as doubtful. Rico Dowdle has played on 27% of the offensive snaps over the Cowboys’ last four games as he starts to eat into Pollard’s workload.