2. CeeDee Lamb Goes Off for 200+ Yards
CeeDee Lamb is cooking opposing defenses right now. He's racked up 117, 158 and 191 receiving yards over his past three games, deciding to take matters into his own hands with his other wideouts struggling to make an impact.
Dallas' WR issues have been so bad the team signed veteran Martavis Bryant this week, who hasn't played in an NFL game in five years. Bryant certainly isn't the answer to this problem, and the fact the Cowboys took a chance on him shows they don't believe guys like Brandin Cooks and Michael Gallup are really the solutions either.
You know what that means? More of the CeeDee Lamb Show.
Dallas' run game being a shell of itself leaves the passing attack as the main source of yardage for this offense. Since his teammates aren't stepping up, that puts Lamb in prime position to continue seeing as many looks as he can handle.
Considering this alluring situation, I think Lamb could post his first 200-yard game of the season against New York. He only needed four receptions to record 77 yards in their first meeting this season. Now he and Dak Prescott are on a roll, with the quarterback sending a staggering 37 targets Lamb's way over just the past three weeks.
Banking on this connection to keep producing could lead to a nice payout for anyone backing the over on Lamb's yardage total for Sunday's contest.