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Curtis Samuel – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Curtis Samuel

Check out the player props available for Curtis Samuel when he takes to the field in NFL action on Sunday at 1:00 PM ET live on FOX. Samuel’s Washington Commanders (1-2) have a Week 4 matchup at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas against the Dallas Cowboys (2-1).

Samuel Receiving Insights

  • Samuel’s 60.3 receiving yards average is 9.8 more than his over/under for Sunday’s game.
  • In two out of three games this year, Samuel has gained more than 50.5 receiving yards.
  • Samuel picks up 60.3 receiving yards per game, 9.3 more than his average prop total (51.0).
  • In two of three games this season, Samuel has hit the over on his receiving yards prop bet.
  • Samuel has had a touchdown catch in two of three games this year, but had only one TD in each of those games.

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Dallas Cowboys Rankings

  • The 176.3 passing yards the Cowboys concede per outing makes them the fourth-ranked pass defense in the league this year.
  • Opponents of the Cowboys have put up two touchdowns through the air (0.7 per game). The Cowboys’ defense is first in the NFL in that category.

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