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Latest over/under props on Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Allen Hurns, and DeMarcus Lawrence

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What are you taking?

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We’re taking this thing - wait for it - day by day, but we’re almost at the 2018 regular season. It’s so close that not only can we taste it, but it’s at the point where the waiter starts to bring out trays and you think “oh that’s ours!” only to be left hanging.

Considering that the season is almost here that means the latest batch of NFL over/unders is out. We’ve talked a lot about what’s expected from players like Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and such this season and now we have quantifiable measuring points.

From Bovada:

Dak Prescott - Total Passing yards in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 3500

Dak Prescott - Total TD Passes in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 21.5

Dak Prescott - Total Interceptions in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 11.5

Dak Prescott - Total Rushing Yards in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 325

Dak Prescott - Total Rushing TD’s in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 4

Ezekiel Elliott - Total Rushing Yards in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 1450

Ezekiel Elliott - Total Rushing & Receiving TD’s in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 13

Allen Hurns - Total Receiving Yards in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 700

Allen Hurns - Total Receiving TD’s in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 4

Cole Beasley - Total Receiving Yards in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 425

Cole Beasley - Total Receiving TD’s in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 3.5

Terrance Williams - Total Receiving yards in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 525

Terrance Williams - Total Receiving TD’s in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 3

DeMarcus Lawrence - Total Sacks in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under 11.5

The Zeke lines feel like no-brainers, and the DeMarcus Lawrence one is certainly lofty (although definitely attainable). Not to be a stickler or anything, but the only receiver that truly makes sense to hit the over is probably Cole Beasley.

What do you think, BTB? Which of these would you take and why?