Best Dak Prescott Prop Bets for Cowboys' Week 15 Game vs. Bills

The best player prop bets for Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott in Week 15 versus the Buffalo Bills.

Nov 30, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) looks to pass
Nov 30, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) looks to pass / Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
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The Dallas Cowboys are rolling heading into Week 15, and quarterback Dak Prescott is a big reason why. On pace for the best season of his career, Prescott has excelled while serving as the focal point of Dallas' offense, leading this unit through the air at an incredibly productive clip.

Entering a battle versus the Buffalo Bills, the former third-round pick is sure to be plenty busy trying to hold off Josh Allen and co. With that in mind, here are three of the best Prescott props to target for Sunday's contest, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Best Dak Prescott Props Week 15

1. Over 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-166)

Prescott's effectiveness through the air right now cannot be overstated. He is not only Dallas' best option to move the chains, but also to get into the end zone. His 28 passing touchdowns lead the league, and he's thrown at least two in each of the past seven games (including 3+ in five of seven contests during this time). This matchup features two prolific offenses that could turn this meeting into a track meet. At the very least, Prescott figures to be at the center of the action, so there's no reason to believe he'll slow down now.

2. Longest Completion: Under 37.5 (-110)

There are so many factors that could influence a QB's longest completion for any given game. All it takes is one coverage breakdown or a missed tackle to determine your bet. That being said, there's reason to think Prescott's wideouts won't have any easy day ripping off big gains versus Buffalo. Sean McDermott's squad ranks just outside the top 10 in fewest passing yards to opponents per game, which presents one obstacle. And on the season, Prescott has recorded a pass of 38 yards or more just five times across 13 starts. This offense is much more tailored to picking up yards in the middle of the field than forcing deep throws down the sideline, which can limit Prescott's upside. He could still have a productive day passing the football, but I think the Bills limit any huge gains on a per-down basis.

3. Over 23.5 Completions (-135)

As I was saying, the Cowboys aren't asking Prescott to throw bomb after bomb downfield. His 7.9 intended air yards per pass attempt this season is right in line with his career tendencies, so it's not like his success in 2023 is because of some philosophy shift. Instead, Prescott's uptick in passing numbers can be attributed to a more reliable passing corps with new addition Brandin Cooks and rising tight end threat Jake Ferguson complementing star CeeDee Lamb (who's enjoying his own career season). He has clearly benefited from the changes, with his 69.2% completion mark being his best ever as well. Posting at least 24 completions in six of his last seven games, Prescott finding his wideouts will be an important part of Dallas' plan to take down Buffalo on Sunday.

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