Cowboys dominate Colts in Week 13 ‘Sunday Night Football contest of the NFL.

David Smith
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  • The Indianapolis Colts visit the Dallas Cowboys for “Sunday Night Football.”
  • The Colts (4-7-1) have lost two in a row after winning interim coach Jeff Saturday’s debut. The Cowboys (8-3) are coming off wins over division leaders Minnesota and the New York Giants.

Sunday night football features the Indianapolis Colts and Dallas Cowboys. Here are the top wagers for Week 13’s primetime matchup.

The Indianapolis Colts have endured a difficult season, as their 4-7-1 record heading into Week 13 is abysmal. In a Sunday night game, the Indianapolis Colts will attempt to redeem themselves against the Dallas Cowboys in front of the entire football world. Unfortunately for Indy, Dallas is now performing exceptionally well.

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The Cowboys enter the contest with an 8-3 record and two spectacular victories. They feature one of the greatest defenses in the league, led by Micah Parsons, and a potent offensively. However, the Colts have found a way to keep games close, so the contest should be close. If so, here are some excellent wagers for the game.

Best Colts wagers for Week 13 All odds per FanDuel

Jonathan Taylor scored a touchdown at any time (-115)


Jonathan Taylor’s season has not transpired as many had anticipated. After his breakout season last year, it was anticipated that he would continue his dominance this year. Unfortunately, due to the offensive line’s decline, this has not been the case for Indianapolis. However, Taylor has been on fire recently.

Taylor has had 64 touches over the last three games for 317 yards, five yards per rush, and has scored a touchdown in each of the last three games since Jeff Saturday took over and made getting the ball to Taylor a priority. Expect Taylor to score a touchdown on Sunday night.

Michael Pittman Jr. has over 5.5 receptions (-114)

Matt Ryan always finds his receivers a few times per game for exciting moments, regardless of how terrible the Colts’ offense has been. Michael Pittman Jr. has been targeted and produced more than any other receiver. Pittman has continued to play as the No. 1 receiver after establishing himself as such the previous season.

To win this wager, Michael Pittman Jr. must have at least six receptions. This has been the case in eight of Pittman’s eleven games this season, including the last three. This streak should continue against the Cowboys on Sunday.

Alec Pierce surpasses 27.5 yards (-114)

During his first season, Alec Pierce’s play has regressed after a seven-game span in which he excelled. In two of his three most recent games, he was targeted only twice but did not record a catch. This would explain why the over/under for Pierce’s receiving yards in this game is only 27.5 yards.

The rookie is overdue for a strong showing, despite Pierce’s recent slump. Pierce has 28 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11. In seven of his eleven career games, he has accumulated more than 28 yards. Sunday night, Pierce should be able to score number eight.


Periodically, game odds are updated and subject to change.

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