Parx Sportsbook Odds Boosts Week 13: Eagles-Jets, Chiefs-Broncos, and more!
It’s an exciting slate of games this afternoon across the NFL, led by the debut of Minshew Mania against the New York Jets. Like always, our partners over at Parx Sportsbook have some great odds boosts for today including the Eagles matchup against New York alongside the Chiefs-Raiders battle out west.
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Eagles to score 14+ points in the first half and win against Jets (Boosted from +112 to +135):
Minshew starting in place of Hurts shouldn’t have much of an impact regarding the outcome of this game. New York is one of the worst teams in football at 3-8 alongside the worst rush defense, according to PFF. Minshew has to be just a game manager for the Eagles to help establish the running game for Miles Sanders.
I don’t expect a blowout, but 14 points in a half and the victory from the Eagles isn’t asking for much. Let the QB controversy begin, as this bet is bound to hit. I expect the Eagles to run the ball heavily, with two touchdowns in the first half likely coming from Sanders.
Rams, Raiders, and Steelers to win (Boosted from +440 to +600):
These several game bets are always risky, but the odds are beautiful. Los Angeles hosts the Jaguars while Pittsburgh is going up against the Ravens and Las Vegas is facing Washington. The Rams are due for a win after losing their last several while Vegas is strong enough to take down Washington.
Pittsburgh is the only question mark here, struggling with Big Ben under center while the Ravens are the best team in the AFC. But at +600, this is a great bet to place a few dollars on and make out big. I usually am against these, but not this weekend.
Chiefs and Broncos to score 6+ touchdowns (Boosted from -107 to +120):
Kansas City has struggled this season, while so have the Broncos, but both teams have weak defenses making it a prime opportunity for a shootout. I think six touchdowns isn’t much to ask, especially between the both of them. Kansas City should be able to take the top off this secondary with some deep throws from Mahomes. Even if it’s close, a 24-21 type game is very likely.
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