Sunday Night Football Predictions: Cowboys vs. Redskins Props 12/30

Last Updated: December 29th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Tony RomoThe Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys are set to finish off the 2012 NFL regular season, and as a part of our analysis of the Week 17 betting lines, we are taking a look at some of the best NFL props on the board for this crucial Sunday Night Football matchup.

Team To Score First: This is an oddball happening that might just be totally random, and it might be something to really think about. The Redskins have won six games in a row both SU and ATS since their bye week. That’s quirky in itself, but what’s even quirkier is that four of those wins came in games in which the opponents scored first against them. Washington has had a lot of moxie in these games, and that could prove to be the case once again in this one. However, Dallas has had a good history of getting out of the blocks early, scoring first in two of its last three games. There’s got to be at least a 50/50 chance that the Cowboys are the team that draw first blood in this one. Dallas Cowboys To Score First (+100)

Tony Romo Over/Under 302.5 Passing Yards: Romo needs 315 passing yards to make it to 5,000 for the season, and many think that he has been playing the best ball of his career over the course of the last several weeks. The truth of the matter is that since Week 8 against the New York Giants, a game that was lost 29-24, Romo has been on fire. He has averaged 338.8 passing yards per game, has had three 400+ yard performances, seven 300+ yard performances, and he has a TD/INT ratio of 17/3. Washington’s secondary was torn apart for 441 yards when these two teams met back on Thanksgiving Day, and it still has one of the worst back fours of all of the potential playoff teams this year. Romo is going to be up against it, but we have to think that he is going to get to this number more often than he doesn’t in a spot like this one. Tony Romo Over 302.5 Passing Yards (-115)

Tony Romo Over/Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns: Did you catch that last stat about Romo and his TD passes? He has 17 TD passes in his last eight games, including 12 in his last five games. He has at least two TD passes in four of those five outings, and the opportunities to get on the board via the pass are going to be there for sure in this one whether Mother Nature behaves and gives us good weather or not in Week 17. If Dallas has any chance to get into the playoffs, Romo is going to have no choice but to throw for at least two, and maybe a heck of a lot more touchdowns. Tony Romo Over 1.5 Touchdown Passes (-160)

Will Dez Bryant Score a Touchdown?: Broken finger or not, Bryant just continues to be a force for the Cowboys. He has hooked up with Romo for at least one touchdown in seven straight games. The pessimist could say that Bryant is due for a letdown game. However, we have to look at the pure numbers, and there is just no way that we could do anything but bet ‘yes’ on this prop. The argument could be made that Bryant has been the best receiver in the league over the course of the last seven weeks, in which he has averaged 6.6 receptions, 115.4 yards, and 1.4 touchdowns per game, and we have to think that he is going to find the end zone at least once in this one more often than not. Dez Bryant To Score a Touchdown (-115)

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins NFL Props @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 12/30/12):
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Score in the First 6 Minutes of the Game -120
No Score in the First 6 Minutes of the Game -110

Cowboys Score First +100
Redskins Score First -130

First Score a Touchdown -180
First Score Not a Touchdown +150

Longest Touchdown of the Game Over 47.5 Yards -115
Longest Touchdown of the Game Under 47.5 Yards -115

Tony Romo Passing Yards Over 302.5 -115
Tony Romo Passing Yards Under 302.5 -115

Tony Romo Touchdown Passes Over 1.5 -160
Tony Romo Touchdown Passes Under 1.5 +130

Dez Bryant Receiving Yards Over 85.5 -115
Dez Bryant Receiving Yards Under 85.5 -115

Dez Bryant Scores a Touchdown -115
Dez Bryant Doesn’t Score a Touchdown -115

Robert Griffin III Completions Over 19 -115
Robert Griffin III Completions Under 19 -115

Alfred Morris Rushing Yards Over 90.5 -115
Alfred Morris Rushing Yards Under 90.5 -115

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