Slayton has one of the toughest matchups vs Trevon Diggs, but WR1s have been covering this line all year (except for one game) at AT&T stadium. There is even a small chance that Diggs lines up with Golladay (although it wouldn't be smart). It's important to note that Slayton has had the two best games of the season in his last two games with Kenny Golladay playing. Slayton has stepped up big time for the Giants after they lost almost all of their Wide Receivers early on in the season.
After stepping into the WR1 spot he's covered in all four games averaging 76.25 yards with more targets. He's averaging over 90 yards per game in February and over 67.7 yards per game away from home. The Giants run heavy offense allows Slayton and the play action to see a few big plays a game no matter who it is, even the Cowboys. He's covered this line vs a few tough pass defenses and although the Cowboys rank best in the league for passing yards per game, this line is simply too low for him.
The Cowboys open as a 10 point favorite assuming a favorable game script for Slayton and the Giants making us believe they will have to throw more and play catch up. Give me the low line on the Giants WR1 to keep covering this line against tough passing defenses.
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