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Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers: 4 top player props for Divisional Round

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Two storied franchises face off in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs when the Dallas Cowboys travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers. We break down our top player props from the showdown.

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Dallas Cowboys (12-5) @ San Francisco 49ers (13-4)

Game Details:

  • Location: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA
  • Time: Sunday, January 22nd at 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

Betting Stats

  • Spread: SF -4
  • Moneyline: SF (-195), DAL (+165)
  • Over/Under: 46

If you want to read the full game preview, we covered it here. 

 

Top Player Props:

If you’re going to be betting on action besides the spread, here are three player props we like from Sunday afternoon’s game:

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Dak Prescott OVER 15.5 rushing yards

There are a few reasons I like this prop. For one, the 49ers have a fierce pass rush, so I think Dak will be flushed from the pocket a few times in this game; however, he has already been running more on his own. In his last six games, he’s averaging 22.5 rushing yards, and the Cowboys have called a few designed runs for him in each contest. Plus, the 49ers’ defense allowed 28 rushing yards to Geno Smith last week and 34 rushing yards to Jarrett Stidham in Week 17, so I think Prescott will get there. 

Where to bet: You can get this at DraftKings for -135

 

Ezekiel Elliott UNDER 10.5 longest rush

I’ve been getting into this longest rush and longest reception props of late because I think there are some decent odds to be played. For me, this bet is betting on the San Francisco run defense and against Zeke’s explosiveness. The 49ers have the best run defense in the league, and it’s pretty clear that Zeke is just a short-yardage type of back now who lacks the same agility and lateral quickness. As a result, I can’t see him breaking a big run in this game.

Where to bet: You can get this at BetMGM for -110

 

Brandon Aiyuk OVER 55.5 receiving yards

With Deebo Samuel returning from injury, we’re getting a nice line here for Brandon Aiyuk. Since Deebo has come back, Aiyuk has at least 59 yards in each game, and he has been a weapon for Brock Purdy since the rookie took over. George Kittle is the trendier name and has been finding the end zone more, but Aiyuk is the most targeted receiver. Against a Dallas defense that takes a lot of chances and can be susceptible to the big play, I like Aiyuk to go over this number. 

Where to bet: You can get this at FanDuel for -110

 

CeeDee Lamb anytime touchdown

We’ve been talking a lot about San Francisco’s defense being elite, and it is, but they’ve also dealt with injuries in their secondary all season and just allowed 136 yards and two touchdowns to DK Metcalf last week. Lamb has emerged as a bona fide stud this season with 10 touchdowns. I think Dallas will be trailing in this game, and Lamb will be used heavily to get them back into it. 

Where to bet: You can get this on BetMGM for +175

For more NFL bets, like this 49ers and Cowboys props article, visit amNY Sports

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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk scores on a touchdown pass during the first half of an NFL football game between the San Francisco 49ers and Las Vegas Raiders, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/David Becker)

 

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