2. Both QBs Combine for 750+ Yards, 7+ TDs
Both the Cowboys and Seahawks are coming off head-to-head matchups in Week 2 that featured phenomenal results from their quarterbacks. With both teams facing off in Week 3, they could end up combining for some truly impressive totals in key areas.
There isn’t a quarterback with more passing touchdowns (9) than Russell Wilson through the initial two weeks of the 2020 season. Against the Patriots, he ended up tossing around five touchdown throws all to different receivers. There’s little reason to expect the Seahawks’ QB to slow down his pace.
Dak Prescott actually has more rushing touchdowns (3) than touchdown passes (2) so far this season. With Ezekiel Elliott being such a red-zone threat, Wilson will probably outproduce Prescott in touchdowns. However, Prescott should have more yards similar to the 450 yard performance he had against the Falcons.
It’s going to require substantial production from the quarterback position in this matchup. When it’s all said and done, both Wilson and Prescott will end up racking up combined totals in excess of 750 passing yards with eight touchdowns.