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Week 9 NFL Best Bets: Late Sunday Afternoon Slate

NFL, Cowboys, Week 9 Best Bets, CeeDee Lamb and Micah Parsons
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Week 9 of the NFL season rolls on.

The 4:00 p.m. EST window features three games for your viewing and betting pleasure. While this slate is slightly less eventful than usual due to bye weeks, we still have you covered with three must-have prop bets.

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Best Bet No. 1: CeeDee Lamb OVER 6.5 Receptions (+120)

Lamb exploded last week against the Rams, catching 12 passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns. This week, he should continue to feast in a divisional game against a suspect Eagles secondary. Dak Prescott should be quite busy throwing the football, and Lamb will be a direct benefactor. It also helps that the Cowboys don’t “let up” very early. Even if they jump out to a big lead in the first half, Prescott will still continue to look Lamb’s way.

Best Bet No. 2: Jakobi Meyers UNDER 51.5 Receiving Yards (-130)

Meyers has finished under 51.5 yards three times this season: each of his last two games, plus Week 4 when Aidan O’Connell was under center. Well, O’Connell will draw another start this Sunday, which doesn’t bode well for Meyers’ volume. The fact that the wideout has been quiet over the last two weeks doesn’t help, either. Maybe this Vegas offense is rejuvenated after the Josh McDaniels firing, but my guess is that they will experience growing pains while being led by a rookie quarterback.

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Best Bet No. 3: Saquon Barkley OVER 18.5 Rushing Attempts (-110)

Vegas was feeling generous today with this one. Barkley has totaled at least 21 rushing attempts in each of the Giants’ last three games, so setting his line at 18.5 seems too good to be true. Except, it is true. You can nearly double your money by betting on Barkley to do something that he has routinely achieved. Beyond the running back’s pure talent, he’ll also benefit from getting Daniel Jones (neck) back, which should give the offense more life. Finally, tight end Darren Waller (hamstring) landing on injured reserve leaves more touches for key playmakers, including Barkley. We love free money!


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