Matchup Analysis: Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Cowboys 28, Giants 21

FBG Projections

TeamRushYardsTDCompAttPass YdTDINT

Dallas Cowboys Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Cowboys Offense27.1 (+4.7) (6)146 (+35) (4)292 (+52) (3)
Giants Defense27.2 (+4.8) (27)122 (+11) (22)264 (+25) (25)

New York Giants Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Giants Offense19.8 (-2.7) (22)102 (-8) (17)231 (-7) (17)
Cowboys Defense17.7 (-4.7) (7)97 (-13) (13)228 (-11) (9)

Cowboys Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Giants defense.

Dallas' offense enters week 9 coming off a strong all-around performance in week seven against the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by a week 8 bye, which will go a long way towards ensuring the team's overall health for the final half of the season. In week seven, the Cowboys became the only team this season to successfully run the ball against the Philadelphia Eagles this season. Ezekiel Elliott finished the day with 22 carries for 111 yards and 1 touchdown, becoming the lone starting running back to run for more than 43 yards or 4.0 yards-per-carry against the Eagles' stout run defense. As a true bell-cow running back, Elliott has seen at least 18 carries in every game except 2 this season; 1 being the season opener following a holdout that lasted the entire preseason, and the other being a blowout loss at the hands of the Green Bay Packers. Elliott also runs behind one of the league's best offensive lines. In week seven, the entire Dallas starting offensive line returned to action for the first time since week four. Now, following a bye week, the Cowboys should be at full-strength once again in the trenches, where they will have a significant advantage over the New York Giants' defense. Dallas fields top-tier talent at every position necessary for a strong rushing attack, and when they are healthy, they are almost impossible to stop on the ground.

The New York Giants defense features a surprisingly strong run defense. They have allowed the 11th-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs this season, which is mostly a product of the extremely high rushing volume they have faced, as they have constantly trailed in games. The strength of the Giants' run defense is definitively along the defensive line. Dexter Lawrence, B.J. Hill, and Dalvin Tomlinson make for a strong trio of run-stopping defensive linemen, as all three grade as well-above-average run defenders. The Giants also made a trade before the deadline to acquire defensive lineman Leonard Williams from the New York Jets. Williams is another above-average run defender to enter the mix, but it is unknown how much he will feature in this Monday's matchup against Dallas, after less than a week with the team. At linebacker, David Mayo is a strong run defender, but Alec Ogletree struggles in this regard. Whereas Mayo is a large and physical linebacker, Ogletree is an undersized and speedy player that struggles in the trenches against the run. In the secondary, veteran Antoine Bethea continues to contribute to his team's run-stopping efforts, even in his age-35 season. Jabrill Peppers, on the other hand, is a horrific run-stopper. Peppers is one of the league's smallest safeties, and it shows when he attempts to come down towards the line of scrimmage to help in run-support. Peppers has already missed 12 tackles this season, twice as many as the next worst total on the Giants' defense. In total, the Giants field a defense with a definitive strength in the trenches, along with a few significant play-makers and weak links at the second and third levels of the defense. Week 9's matchup against the Dallas Cowboys will be an entertaining clash of strength-against-strength in the trenches. Ultimately, expect the Cowboys elite offensive line to win the battle at the line of scrimmage, leaving Ezekiel Elliott to exploit the Giants' weaknesses at linebacker and in the secondary.

Cowboys Passing offense

Good matchup vs. the Giants defense.

Following a rough two-game stretch against the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets, the Dallas Cowboys' offense bounced back with a strong showing in week seven against the Philadelphia Eagles. Now, following a week 8 bye, they will head to East Rutherford, New Jersey, to take on the New York Giants. Dallas' offense bounced back in a major way last week, as their overall offensive approach resembled its early-season methods that posted gaudy passing totals and efficiency. Dak Prescott's week seven passing numbers do not jump off the page, as the Cowboys held a commanding lead for the majority of the game, leading to a run-heavy attack. However, the efficiency numbers and overall scheme for the Cowboys are both very encouraging. Prescott is flanked by one of the best wide receiver duos in the NFL, with both Michael Gallup and Amari Cooper totaling over 420 receiving yards across 7 games on over 15.5 yards-per-reception. The strength of Dallas' offensive attack is clearly up front, where the Cowboys boast one of the NFL's best offensive lines. The unit was banged up earlier in the season, but they were at full-strength against Philadelphia in week seven, and with a bye week before this matchup, they should have all five of their preferred starters at the ready. Dallas will likely dominate in the trenches this week, giving Dak Prescott plenty of time to dissect the New York Giants' bottom-tier pass defense.

The New York Giants' defense has faced very little passing volume, as they have played from behind for the majority of the 2019 season. However, when the opposition has elected to air it out, the Giants have offered little resistance. The Giants rank 20th in passing touchdowns allowed and 29th in net yards per attempt allowed so far in 2019. Overall, there is very little to get excited about for New York defensively against the pass. The Giants have a stunning lack of a pass rush this season. Although Markus Golden has tallied an impressive six sacks this season, he has converted his pressures into sacks at a highly unsustainable rate this season. Nearly one-third of Golden's pressures have resulted in a sack this season, and overall, when Golden has not sacked the quarterback, he rarely makes an impact against the pass. At linebacker, Alec Ogletree is the lone bright spot in the Giants' pass defense. Ogletree has always been one of the most undersized and athletic players at the position, which he converts into above-average coverage skills. Unfortunately, his running mate, David Mayo, struggles mightily in this regard, resulting in offenses focusing their passing efforts away from Ogletree and towards Mayo. The Giants' secondary makes a strong case to be ranked as the league's worst unit. Rookie DeAndre Baker is one of the worst cornerbacks in the NFL, and it does not get much better around him. Janoris Jenkins is having the worst season of his career in coverage, while safety Jabrill Peppers has struggled to adjust out of his unique role deep off the line of scrimmage that he played for the Cleveland Browns. Opposite Peppers, Antoine Bethea, a 14-year veteran, is one of the slowest safeties in the league. Subsequently, Bethea also struggles against the pass, rounding out a secondary filled with below-average coverage players. In all, the Giants' defense is one of the NFL's worst units defending the pass. Expect the Cowboys' deep and talented passing attack to expose the Giants' horrific secondary on national television come Monday night.

Giants Rushing offense

Tough matchup vs. the Cowboys defense.

The New York Giants had sky-high expectations for running back Saquon Barkley when they used the second overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to bring the former-Penn State Nittany Lion to town. Barkley has met or exceeded all projections for his first 1.5 professional seasons, frequently making something out of nothing and posting consistently-strong rushing totals in spite of poor offensive line play. In 2019, the Giants have had the same five offensive linemen on the field for every offensive snap, and while the continuity helps, it will not fully compensate for the lack of run-blocking talent they have. Saquon Barkley has tallied at least 18 carries in 3 out of his 4 full games this season, playing at least 79-percent of New York's offensive snaps in every game. Barkley is a bell-cow running back in every sense of the word, and his supreme talent level is undeniable. The second-year running back's ability to salvage an impressive rushing performance thanks to one long-run has been on full display already this season against the Dallas Cowboys. He broke off a 59-yarder in week one, giving him 120 rushing yards on just 11 carries for the game. While the outlook heading into week nine is bleak for Barkley's expected rushing efficiency, his unmatched talent level makes him a constant threat to post gaudy rushing totals.

The Dallas Cowboys field one of the NFL's deepest and most well-rounded defenses in all phases of the game. Demarcus Lawrence, a player primarily knowns and recognized for his pass-rushing prowess, continues to dominate opposing tackles to disrupt rushing attacks on the edge. The rest of Dallas' defensive line is filled with serviceable run-stoppers, but none are especially notable. Then, Jaylon Smith is one of the NFL's best young players at the linebacker position. Smith entered this season as one of Dallas' most exciting players following an exceptional showing in training camp. He has carried over this strong performance in practice onto the field during the regular season, as leads the team with 37 total tackles so far this season. Leighton Vander Esch, another promising young linebacker for the Cowboys, has regressed in run-support this season. Last year, Vander Esch was one of the NFL's most impressive rookies, dominating in run defense and setting sky-high expectations for his 2019 campaign. Unfortunately, he has yet to take the next step in his development this season, but after such a strong rookie year, there is reason to believe he will right the ship sooner rather than later. Dallas' secondary is filled with capable run-stoppers, but none that make any headlines. All of the team's cornerbacks are capable of fighting off wide receiver blocks to contain outside rushing plays, while neither starting safety is a glaring weakness in run-support. In total, the Dallas Cowboys field a deep and talented group of run-stoppers in 2019. They rank firmly in the middle-of-the-pack across the board in run defense metrics, but there are candidates for likely improvement in the second half of the 2019 season that could help improve those numbers. On Monday night, Saquon Barkley will likely be in for a long day at the office, as his offensive line will be at a serious disadvantage in the trenches against Dallas' deep unit of capable run-stoppers.

Giants Passing offense

Tough matchup vs. the Cowboys defense.

The New York Giants' passing attack has improved on the aggregate since making the change from Eli Manning to rookie Daniel Jones, but it is primarily a product of higher highs coupled with the same very low lows for the unit. Daniel Jones' rookie season has featured flashes of brilliance, such as his debut start against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and last weekend against the Detroit Lions. On the other hand, for every one of those performances, there has been a sub-200-yard, 1-score day for Jones this season, offering very little consistency for the Giants through the air. Since Golden Tate returned from his suspension, he has led the team in targets, receptions, and receiving yards. Evan Engram, at tight end, also remains one of the premier pass-catching options at the position. Out of the backfield, the Giants make a concerted effort to get the ball to Saquon Barkley through the air. Barkley entered the NFL as one of the best pass-catching running backs in recent memory, and last week's 8-catch, 78-yard, and 1-touchdown performance reinforced that. Jones has yet to play a game with his full complement of weapons at the ready this season, as one of Golden Tate, Saquon Barkley, or Sterling Shepard has missed each one of his starts. Sterling Shepard is questionable for week nine's Monday night bout with the Cowboys after sustaining his second concussion of the season two weeks ago. Should Shepard return to the fold this week, it is unknown which receiving option gets the most significant downgrade in volume, given the crowded situation. In total, New York's formidable group of pass-catchers is at the mercy of a young and erratic quarterback, and the week-to-week production of the group will vary wildly. A tough matchup against Dallas' secondary will increase the uncertainty surrounding an unclear situation with regards to individual output through the air for the Giants.

The Dallas Cowboys' pass defense ranks amongst the league's best, posting top-10 marks in both touchdowns and net yards per attempt allowed through the air this season. Dallas' strength starts along the defensive line with Demarcus Lawrence, one of the league's premier pass rushers, coming off the edge. Lawrence's sack numbers have not been there this season, but he is continually disrupting the pocket and making an impact this season. On the interior, Maliek Collins is posting career-best numbers rushing the passer. The Cowboys also acquired edge rusher, Michael Bennett from the New England Patriots via trade about one week ago, adding much-needed depth to the Cowboys' defensive line. At linebacker, Dallas fields one of the deepest and most-talented coverage units in the NFL. Leighton Vander Esch is once again posting elite numbers against the pass, while Jaylon Smith, who struggled early in the season, is rounding into form in recent weeks. Both players are elite athletes at the linebacker position, and they should continue to dominate against the pass, stifling opposing passing attacks at and around the line of scrimmage. In the secondary, Byron Jones and Jourdan Lewis make up one of the league's strongest outside and slot cornerback duos. At the safety position, Xavier Woods rounds out a deep and well-balanced secondary. Woods has been an above-average defender for each of his three seasons in the NFL, with continual year-to-year improvement against the pass. Look for the Cowboys' pass defense to stifle an inconsistent passing attack here in week nine when they go on the road against the struggling New York Giants.

Giants vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+2.7)24 (+2.7)24 (+2.6)24 (+3.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+1.6)22 (+1.5)21 (+1.2)24 (+2.5)
5Kirk Cousins7122273062033023.623.620.523.5
6Tom Brady8231413340176228.328.323.027.0
7Kyler Murray65142110400102808.
8Matthew Stafford632532342312-3027.827.824.427.4

Dak Prescott (FanDuel: $7800, DraftKings: $6600)

6@ NYJ822840277003111212118.218.2
7vs PHI702127239115301242421.621.6
9PROJ-Dodds23342741.80.84190. (H=59)23.2 (H=70)
9PROJ-Tremblay21332651.713180. (H=54)22.1 (H=64)
9PROJ-Bloom202624720.54190.424.224.224.2 (H=63)24.2 (H=75)

Giants vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+2.1)22 (+1.9)20 (+2.1)21 (+2.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+4.9)24 (+6.2)23 (+5.3)24 (+6.8)
5Dalvin Cook472113206686021.827.822.829.8
5Alexander Mattison16752000005.
6Sony Michel41228603227011.313.312.313.3
6Brandon Bolden1232312222010.512.511.512.5
7Chase Edmonds612712634224033.
7David Johnson312000000.
8Ty Johnson257250411303.
8Tra Carson191234000003.

Ezekiel Elliott (FanDuel: $8400, DraftKings: $8900)

6@ NYJ7528105165.047021.226.223.729.2
7vs PHI5522111176.036020.726.723.729.7
9PROJ-Dodds21930.73.9300.217.721.619.6 (H=41)21.6 (H=46)
9PROJ-Tremblay20830.73.4270.115.819.217.5 (H=33)19.2 (H=37)
9PROJ-Bloom21950.93.0230.117.820.819.3 (H=40)20.8 (H=43)

Tony Pollard (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $4500)

6@ NYJ7313000.0001.
7vs PHI20828000.0002.
9PROJ-Dodds5200.20.7503.74.44.1 (H=4)4.5 (H=6)
9PROJ-Tremblay5220.20.5403.84.34.1 (H=4)4.4 (H=5)
9PROJ-Bloom7340.10.000444.1 (H=4)4.1 (H=5)

Giants vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)30 (+6.1)31 (+7.6)30 (+6.7)30T (+8.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+5.1)28 (+8.0)25 (+6.2)28 (+9.0)
5Adam Thielen6087130200025.032.028.535.0
5Stefon Diggs53434400004.
6Julian Edelman73159113000011.320.315.823.3
6Jakobi Meyers57445400005.
7Pharoh Cooper23442900002.
7Larry Fitzgerald48311200001.
8Kenny Golladay5286123200024.330.325.332.3
8Marvin Hall141149100010.911.911.411.9

Amari Cooper (FanDuel: $8000, DraftKings: $7300)

6@ NYJ321.0300000.
7vs PHI5655.0106000010.615.613.118.6
9PROJ-Dodds5.4780.600011.416.814.1 (H=24)16.8 (H=36)
9PROJ-Tremblay4.6710.500010.114.712.4 (H=19)14.7 (H=28)
9PROJ-Bloom5.0780.500010.815.813.3 (H=22)15.8 (H=32)

Michael Gallup (FanDuel: $6600, DraftKings: $6300)

6@ NYJ7974.04800004.
7vs PHI5943.03400003.
9PROJ-Dodds4.6660.30008.41310.7 (H=18)13.0 (H=26)
9PROJ-Tremblay3.5520.3000710.58.8 (H=13)10.5 (H=18)
9PROJ-Bloom4.0540.50008.412.410.4 (H=17)12.4 (H=24)

Devin Smith (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $3000)

6@ NYJ000.000000000.00.0
7vs PHI000.000000000.00.0
9PROJ-Dodds2.9390.20005.186.6 (H=11)8.0 (H=24)
9PROJ-Tremblay0.7100.10001.62.32.0 (H=1)2.3 (H=2)
9PROJ-Bloom0.000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Randall Cobb (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $4400)

6@ NYJ000.000000000.00.0
7vs PHI3332.02900002.
9PROJ-Dodds2.7310.20004.375.7 (H=7)7.0 (H=13)
9PROJ-Tremblay2.6350.20204.97.56.2 (H=8)7.5 (H=14)
9PROJ-Bloom2.0280.2000465.0 (H=6)6.0 (H=10)

Tavon Austin (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3200)

6@ NYJ7665.06400006.411.48.911.4
7vs PHI1410.0001201888.08.0
9PROJ-Dodds0.890.11301.82.62.3 (H=1)2.7 (H=3)
9PROJ-Tremblay0.890.10201.72.52.2 (H=1)2.6 (H=3)
9PROJ-Bloom0.000000000.1 (H=0)0.1 (H=0)

Cedrick Wilson (FanDuel: $4900, DraftKings: $3000)

6@ NYJ5065.04600004.
7vs PHI000.000000000.00.0
9PROJ-Dodds0.000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)
9PROJ-Tremblay0.6800000.81.41.1 (H=0)1.4 (H=1)
9PROJ-Bloom0.000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Giants vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5 (-2.4)1T (-4.3)4 (-3.3)1T (-4.5)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)2 (-5.0)1 (-7.7)2 (-6.3)1 (-7.8)
5Kyle Rudolph6411400.
6Ryan Izzo80423103.
7Charles Clay30211201.
8T.J. Hockenson42112102.

Jason Witten (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3800)

6@ NYJ7275.05705.710.78.210.7
7vs PHI5344.03303.
9PROJ-Dodds3.3310. (H=10)8.2 (H=20)
9PROJ-Tremblay3.1320.358.16.6 (H=10)8.1 (H=19)
9PROJ-Bloom4.0410.46.510.58.5 (H=16)10.5 (H=30)

Blake Jarwin (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $2800)

6@ NYJ3542.0600.
7vs PHI3411.0116.
9PROJ-Dodds1.6180.12.443.2 (H=3)4.0 (H=7)
9PROJ-Tremblay1.4160. (H=2)3.6 (H=6)
9PROJ-Bloom2.0230. (H=7)6.1 (H=16)

Giants vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27T (+0.9)27T (+0.9)21T (+1.2) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27T (+2.0)27T (+2.0)27T (+2.5) (+0.0)
5Dan Bailey4422141416.016.0
6Mike Nugent0155555.05.0
7Zane Gonzalez22339910.010.0
8Matt Prater1244779.09.0

Brett Maher (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

6@ NYJ3411101014.014.0
7vs PHI3344131315.015.0

Giants vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)29 (+4.0)29 (+4.0)28 (+4.1)28 (+4.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)31 (+7.6)31 (+7.6)30 (+8.5)30 (+8.5)
5Minnesota Vikings10211410006612.012.0
6New England Patriots1421313101212127.027.0
7Arizona Cardinals2126381200141414.014.0
8Detroit Lions2637030101171711.011.0

Dallas Cowboys (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3700)

6@ NYJ24.0038221000444.04.0
7vs PHI10.0028331300111115.015.0
9PROJ-Dodds19.203422.81.10.700.410.310.310.3 (H=25)10.3 (H=30)
9PROJ-Tremblay20.503552.41.20.700. (H=23)9.8 (H=28)

Cowboys vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5 (-4.3)5 (-4.3)4 (-5.0)5 (-4.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-3.8)7 (-3.9)5 (-4.9)6 (-4.4)
5Aaron Rodgers742234238004-1011.811.89.49.4
6Sam Darnold6223323382151024.024.020.623.6
7Carson Wentz61162619111412013.813.87.89.8

Daniel Jones (FanDuel: $7300, DraftKings: $5200)

6@ NE501531161132809.
7vs ARI71223522311435017.717.711.413.4
8@ DET74284132240413033.433.428.232.2
9PROJ-Dodds23372521.41.14180.119.519.519.5 (H=47)19.5 (H=65)
9PROJ-Tremblay23362531.41.23160. (H=45)19.2 (H=64)
9PROJ-Bloom22362361.614210.119.919.919.9 (H=48)19.9 (H=68)

Cowboys vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)17 (+0.2)20 (+1.6)19 (+0.9)19 (+1.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23 (+4.8)25 (+7.0)25 (+6.2)25 (+7.4)
5Aaron Jones501910748775042.249.245.752.2
5Tra Carson246140441803.
6LeVeon Bell5114501113011.312.311.812.3
6Ty Montgomery6000331701.
7Jordan Howard231150022605.
7Boston Scott8732011503.

Saquon Barkley (FanDuel: $8500, DraftKings: $8800)

6@ NE000000.000000.00.0
7vs ARI611872153.080141715.517.0
8@ DET6119640108.079120.328.324.328.3
9PROJ-Dodds17810.55.0390. (H=37)21.2 (H=45)
9PROJ-Tremblay16720.43.9290.113.11715.1 (H=25)17.0 (H=30)
9PROJ-Bloom18680.55.0310.314.719.717.2 (H=32)19.7 (H=39)

Wayne Gallman (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $4300)

6@ NE000000.000000.00.0
7vs ARI1000000.000000.00.0
8@ DET1300011.0200232.53.0
9PROJ-Dodds2600.64011.61.3 (H=0)1.6 (H=1)
9PROJ-Tremblay2600.7601.21.91.6 (H=0)1.9 (H=1)
9PROJ-Bloom0000.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Cowboys vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5 (-5.9)4 (-7.6)5 (-6.6)4 (-8.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-6.2)5 (-10.1)5T (-8.0)5 (-10.1)
5Geronimo Allison64622800002.
5Marquez Valdes-Scantling70411800001.
6Robby Anderson5785125100018.523.521.026.5
6Jamison Crowder50969800009.815.812.815.8
7Alshon Jeffery57523800003.
7Nelson Agholor57422400002.

Golden Tate (FanDuel: $5900, DraftKings: $5300)

6@ NE4996.0102100016.
7vs ARI70116.080000081411.014.0
8@ DET69108.08500008.516.512.516.5
9PROJ-Dodds5.3610.30007.913.210.6 (H=20)13.3 (H=33)
9PROJ-Tremblay3.4450.20005.79.17.5 (H=11)9.2 (H=17)
9PROJ-Bloom5.0540.30007.212.29.8 (H=17)12.3 (H=29)

Sterling Shepard (FanDuel: $6500, DraftKings: $5000)

6@ NE000.000000000.00.0
7vs ARI000.000000000.00.0
8@ DET000.000000000.00.0
9PROJ-Dodds3.9480.31306.910.88.9 (H=13)10.8 (H=24)
9PROJ-Tremblay4.2510.31407.311.59.4 (H=14)11.5 (H=27)
9PROJ-Bloom5.0610.30007.912.910.4 (H=17)12.9 (H=33)

Darius Slayton (FanDuel: $5400, DraftKings: $3800)

6@ NE4983.03200003.
7vs ARI6922.02800002.
8@ DET6252.0502000171918.019.0
9PROJ-Dodds2.9420.20005.48.36.9 (H=10)8.3 (H=20)
9PROJ-Tremblay2.5360.20004.87.36.1 (H=8)7.3 (H=16)
9PROJ-Bloom2.0360.30005.47.46.4 (H=9)7.4 (H=16)

Bennie Fowler (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs ARI2854.03500003.
8@ DET2322.02100002.
9PROJ-Dodds1.3140.100023.32.7 (H=2)3.3 (H=5)
9PROJ-Tremblay0.9100.10001.62.52.1 (H=1)2.5 (H=3)
9PROJ-Bloom0.000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Cody Latimer (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3000)

6@ NE2310.000000000.00.0
7vs ARI2354.03300003.
8@ DET3332.02800002.
9PROJ-Dodds1.2140.100023.22.6 (H=2)3.2 (H=4)
9PROJ-Tremblay0.8110.10001.72.52.1 (H=1)2.5 (H=3)
9PROJ-Bloom0.000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Cowboys vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+1.9)28 (+3.1)28 (+2.2)28 (+3.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+4.0)26 (+4.5)26 (+3.6)24 (+4.0)
5Jimmy Graham52334104.
6Ryan Griffin52332818.811.810.311.8
7Dallas Goedert364469112.916.912.915.9

Evan Engram (FanDuel: $6300, DraftKings: $5100)

6@ NE000.000000.00.0
7vs ARI5951.0600.
8@ DET6574.0401101412.014.0
9PROJ-Dodds5.3560.4813.310.7 (H=19)13.3 (H=34)
9PROJ-Tremblay4.8510.47.512.39.9 (H=16)12.3 (H=30)
9PROJ-Bloom4.0480.36.610.68.6 (H=13)10.6 (H=23)

Rhett Ellison (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $2600)

6@ NE5073.0300364.56.0
7vs ARI2822.03319.311.310.311.3
8@ DET3021.0-10-
9PROJ-Dodds1.2110. (H=1)2.9 (H=4)
9PROJ-Tremblay1.4130. (H=2)3.3 (H=6)
9PROJ-Bloom1. (H=1)2.2 (H=3)

Cowboys vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13 (-0.1)13 (-0.1)14T (-0.5) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)16 (-0.1)16 (-0.1)14 (-0.8) (+0.0)
5Mason Crosby2244101010.010.0
6Sam Ficken1133666.06.0
7Jake Elliott1111444.04.0

Aldrick Rosas (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

6@ NE0022222.02.0
7vs ARI0133333.03.0
8@ DET0023222.02.0

Cowboys vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13T (-2.7)13T (-2.7)1 (-4.3)1 (-4.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13 (-1.9)13 (-1.9)5 (-3.8)5 (-3.8)
5Green Bay Packers2456333000999.09.0
6New York Jets2239810000111.01.0
7Philadelphia Eagles3740231000551.01.0

New York Giants (FanDuel: $3200, DraftKings: $1900)

6@ NE35.0042731101191912.012.0
7vs ARI27.00245200002210.010.0
8@ DET31.0037541100888.08.0
9PROJ-Dodds27.203902.30.90.500. (H=15)6.5 (H=26)
9PROJ-Tremblay27.503912.210.500. (H=15)6.4 (H=26)