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Packers Vs. Cowboys Wild Card Props: Top Props For Prescott, Lamb, Love & More

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Among the six games kicking off on wild card weekend, the Dallas Cowboys will host the Green Bay Packers at 4:30 p.m. ET on Sunday. The Cowboys are at on the spread and on the moneyline. The Packers, meanwhile, are on the moneyline to win this game. 

Wild card round player props: Cowboys vs. Packers

In Week 18, the Packers and Cowboys played their starters as both had playoff implications at stake. The Packers needed a win to secure a spot, among other outcomes, while the Cowboys looked to maintain the No. 2 seed. 

The Packers improved to 9-8 with a home win over the Chicago Bears, 17-9. Quarterback Jordan Love had 316 passing yards and two touchdowns. Running back Aaron Jones had 22 carries for 111 yards. 

The Cowboys picked up a 38-10 road win over the Washington Commanders, improving to 12-5. Quarterback Dak Prescott had 279 passing yards, four touchdowns, and one interception. Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb caught 13 passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. 

Below, we will take a look at some player props for this matchup. If you are located in a state where pick’em contests are legal, feel free to check out our PrizePicks and Betr Picks reviews.

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Anytime TD props for Cowboys vs. Packers

Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb leads the team with 12 receiving touchdowns. This season, he saw 179 targets, catching 135 of them for 1,749 yards. Two players on the Packers had eight receiving touchdowns, tying for the team lead: Jayden Reed and Romeo Doubs. Reed caught 64 passes on 90 targets for 793 yards. Doubs saw 93 targets and caught 59 passes for 674 yards. 

  • CeeDee Lamb:
  • Jayden Reed:
  • Romeo Doubs:

Quarterback passing props for Cowboys vs. Packers

Love and Prescott both threw for over 4,000 yards this season. Prescott had 4,519 passing yards compared to Love’s 4,158. Prescott had seven games this season with at least 278 passing yards. Love had eight games with at least 248 passing yards. 

As for passing touchdowns, Prescott had 11 multi-passing touchdown games, including six with three or more. Love also had 11 multi-passing touchdown games, six with three or more. 

Over/under passing yard props

  • Jordan Love:
  • Dak Prescott:

Passing TD prop bets

  • Jordan Love:
  • Dak Prescott:

Receiving yard props for Cowboys vs. Packers

Lamb finished the year with the second-most receiving yards in the league, trailing Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill by just 50 yards. He led the league with 135 receptions and had eight games with 100 yards or more. Conversely, the Packers had no receiver reach 800 receiving yards. Reed, Doubs, and Dontayvion Wicks all had at least 580 receiving yards. 

  • CeeDee Lamb:
  • Jayden Reed:

Longest reception props

Wicks averaged nearly 15 yards per catch. He was targeted 20-plus yards downfield 12.3% of the time, catching four of seven passes for 100 yards and a touchdown. Lamb has caught 15 passes of 20-plus yards downfield on 28 targets (15.6% of his total targets) for 424 yards and four touchdowns. 

  • CeeDee Lamb:

Rushing yard props for Cowboys vs. Packers

Tony Pollard led all running backs on the Cowboys in carries with 252. The next closest had 89. Pollard had 1,005 rushing yards and six touchdowns. Meanwhile, the Packers have dealt with injuries to A.J. Dillon and Aaron Jones all season, resulting in 178 carries for Dillon and 143 for Jones. Dillon missed Week 18. Both backs finished with at least 613 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns. Love finished the year with 252 rushing yards and four touchdowns. 

  • Tony Pollard:
  • Aaron Jones:
  • Jordan Love: 

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