Bills-Cowboys Prop Bets Drawing Most Ontario Sportsbooks Action

Bills-Cowboys Prop Bets Drawing Most Ontario Sportsbooks Action
By Mark Keast
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

It’s a huge game for Buffalo on Sunday both for the team and for Ontario sports betting. The Bills (7-6) play host to the hot Dallas Cowboys (10-3), who are coming off a big Sunday night win against the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles.

The Bills are back in the playoff conversation, but by no means are they a lock to make it. After this weekend Buffalo faces the Los Angeles Chargers, who are 5-9 and just fired coach Brandon Staley and general manager Tom Telesco after Thursday’s 63-21 rout at the hands of the Las Vegas Raiders. The final two games of the Bills’ season are against two AFC East rivals, the New England Patriots (3-10) and the Miami Dolphins (atop the division at 9-4).

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Cowboys At Bills Odds

How do the odds look? The Bills are favourites at PointsBet Canada Sportsbook, 1.71 in decimal odds on the Moneyline, with the Cowboys at 2.15. The Spread is Dallas +2 (1.91) and the Bills -2 (1.91), with the Over/Under 50.5 as of Friday afternoon.

Game time Sunday is 4:25 p.m. Eastern. Rain is expected, with wind gusts up to 30-35 mph in the forecast. So the run game will be more of a focus, as well as special teams. Bills running back James Cook has four games in a row where he’s had over 100 total yards from scrimmage.

Two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL go head-to-head – Dak Prescott leads the NFL in passing touchdowns with 25 and Bills counterpart Josh Allen leads the NFL in total touchdowns at 35. Prescott has thrown for 3,505 yards, fourth in the league; Allen is seventh with 3,447, so their passing props have drawn interest at various Ontario sportsbook apps this week.

That’s where the Bills might have the edge Sunday if it rains – Allen’s rushing ability – especially in trying to deal with Cowboys’ elite pass rusher Micah Parsons.

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Allen Running Strong Again

Allen was a beast on the rushing touchdown he had in the Bills’ 20-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday, a short yardage run where he looked more like a fullback in getting through several linemen. At 6 feet 5, 237 pounds, that’s what you get with Allen, who has 374 rushing yards for a 5.2 average on the season. The Bills have 15/1 odds to win the Super Bowl with NorthStar Ontario Sportsbook.

Keep an eye on the Cowboys early – they average 19.8 points in the first half so far this season, second highest in league history behind the 2007 Patriots (20.8), according to Bills insider Chris Brown.

On defence, both DE AJ Epenesa (ribs) and S Micah Hyde (neck) are listed as questionable for the game. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said this week he thought DE Von Miller stepped up his game against the Chiefs, so he will be counted on more to pressure Prescott.

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Props Drawing Significant Handle

In terms of percentage of handle, at BetRivers Ontario Sportsbook, Allen under 261.5 pass yards (1.88) is leading the way in terms of most bet player props, followed by Allen over 22.5 completions (1.73) and Cook under 3.5 receptions (1.60).

As far as percentage of total game tickets, Allen under 261.5 pass yards (1.88) and Prescott over 1.5 TD passes (1.63) are the most popular wagers. PointsBet Canada reports that Allen (2.20) and Cook (2.75) Anytime TD scorer wagers are seeing a lot of action.

And at FanDuel Ontario Sportsbook: Cook anytime TD (2.50), Cook receiving yards (over 22.5, 1.88, under 22.5, 1.88) and Prescott passing attempts (over 36.5, 1.89, under 36.5, 1.89) are garnering the most wagers.



Mark Keast has recently covered the sports betting industry in Canada for The Parleh, and is a long-time sportswriter and editor, most notably with the Toronto Sun.

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