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By: Data Skrive
Before Bryce Young laces them up Sunday, there will be player prop betting options available for the 1:00 PM ET kickoff, live on FOX. Young and the Carolina Panthers (1-8) meet the Dallas Cowboys (6-3) in a Week 11 matchup at Bank of America Stadium.
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Bryce Young Week 11 Player Props
- Matchup: Carolina Panthers vs. Dallas Cowboys
- Time: 1:00 PM
- Date: November 19, 2023
- Passing Yards Prop: Over 198.5 (-115)
- Rushing Yards Prop: Over 10.5 (-111)
National Football League odds courtesy of BetMGM. Odds updated Thursday at 2:27 AM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.
Young Passing Stats and Trends
- Young passes for 195.0 yards per game, 3.5 fewer than his over/under on Sunday.
- He has exceeded 198.5 pass yards four times across eight games played this season.
- Young has fallen short of his season prop bet average (218.2 passing yards) by 23.2 yards per game.
- Young has surpassed his passing yards prop total twice in seven chances.
- He has thrown for a touchdown six times this year in eight games played, including multiple passing TD once.
- Young has been intercepted in three games this year (out of eight), including more than one pick on three occasions.
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Panthers Vs. Cowboys Stats and Trends
- The 166.0 passing yards the Cowboys allow per game makes them the NFL’s second-ranked pass defense this season.
- The Panthers are totaling 185.2 passing yards per game on offense this season (26th in NFL), and they are allowing 176.4 passing yards per game (sixth) on the defensive side of the ball.
- The Panthers are averaging 90.3 rushing yards per game on offense this season (27th in NFL), and they are giving up 131.9 rushing yards per game (26th) on defense.
- While the Panthers’ defense ranks 11th with 5.3 yards per play allowed, they’ve been worse on offense, ranking second-worst with 4.6 yards per play.
Originally posted on Panthers Wire