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Best player prop bets to consider for Lions vs. Cowboys in NFL Week 17

We go over over favorite player prop bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for Lions vs. Cowboys in Week 17 of the 2023 NFL season.

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The Detroit Lions head to AT&T Stadium in Week 17 to take on the Dallas Cowboys in an NFC matchup. Both teams have already clinched a playoff spot and are looking for favorable seeding. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 30. The Cowboys enter as 5.5-point favorites. Here are some of our favorite prop bets for the game.

All odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Lions vs. Cowboys player prop bets

Dak Prescott — Over 2.5 passing TDs (+125)

Prescott has passed for at least two touchdowns in all but one home start this season, and has surpassed two passing touchdowns in four of his last five home games. The Cowboys offense is on another level when they’re playing at AT&T Stadium, and with a healthy receiving lineup and a playoff seed on the line, I think Prescott will have himself a day. The Lions rank near the bottom of the NFL in yards allowed per pass attempt and in passing TDs allowed.

Jahymir Gibbs & David Montgomery — anytime TD scorer parlay (+274)

The Lions have turned things around in the last few weeks after struggling to make it through the start of December, and the RB pairing here has been a big part of Detroit’s success this season. I think both RBs get a shot at the end zone — Gibbs has scored five touchdowns in the last two weeks, and Montgomery has scored a touchdown in nine of 12 games this season. The Cowboys’ defense has struggled against an established run game in several matchups this season, and the Lions will be looking to take advantage of that weakness.

CeeDee Lamb — Over 99.5 receiving yards (-115)

Prescott and Lamb are going to have a field day with this Lions defense. We can expect Lamb to surpass 100 receiving yards for the second week in a row here. He’s hit the three-digit mark seven different times this season, and with the way Prescott has played on the Cowboys’ home turf this year, I think we see an eighth.