Same Game Parlay (+520): Giants vs. Cowboys - Thanksgiving | NFL Regular Season

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Dak Prescott is averaging 226 passing yards a game.

The New York Giants face off against the Dallas Cowboys in a Thanksgiving classic.

With no other professional sports being played in America tomorrow, the NFL will be center stage, as it is every Thanksgiving.

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Giants vs. Cowboys Match Details

Fixture: New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys

Date & Time: November 24, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. EST

Venue: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX

Giants vs. Cowboys Same Game Parly Leg #1 - Saquon Barkley Anytime Touchdown (-114)

Everyone knows the Cowboys have the best pass defense in the league. They are number one, and it isn't even close. Everyone also knows that Daniel Jones isn't a gunslinger. As a result, as it's been all season, New York will rely heavily on Barkley to get the job done on offense.

Barkley will rack up the yardage, and while any Barkley prop is a strong play, for the parlay, we're rocking with an anytime touchdown.

Giants vs. Cowboys Same Game Parly Leg #2 - Dak Prescott Over 22.5 Completions

Since returning from his Week 1 injury, Prescott has been averaging 22 completions a game, and in his last two games, he had 27 and 22 completions. Bettors are probably wondering why this is a strong line with his averages being so close to the total.

What bettors need to keep in mind is that it's Thanksgiving against a division rival. Even if the Cowboys climb out to this large lead, enough will never be enough. Dallas will continue to step on the neck of New York, making this an easy over.

It's a win-win, because even if New York keeps it close or controls the game, Dallas will be forced to throw more. This is probably the easiest line prop in the parlay.

Giants vs. Cowboys Same Game Parly Leg #3 - Daniel Jones Under 0.5 Interceptions (-113)

This line is predicated on the fact that Dallas has the best pass defense in the league, and Jones threw 2 interceptions last week.

What really matters here, however, is the fact that Dallas is a mid-tier interception team, and prior to last week, Jones only had two interceptions. Jones is smart with the ball and he doesn't make mistakes. No interceptions should be seen in this game.

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Edited by Gaelin Leif