Eagles vs. Giants Week 14 Preview: Bet this +4565 parlay, return of the Giant killer?
The Eagles look to clinch a playoff berth this afternoon as they take on the division rival New York Giants.
With Philadelphia coming into today’s game 11-1, they only need a victory to punch their ticket to the postseason.
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Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants: Spread, Odds & Betting Lines
- Point Spread: Eagles -7, Giants +7
- Total Points Over/Under: 44.5
- Money Line Odds: Eagles -320, Giants +260
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Eagles vs. Giants Anytime TD Scorers
The Giants will be without starting CB Adoree Jackson on Sunday, leaving Fabian Moreau and rookie Cordale Flott to deal with the Eagles’ wideouts. AJ Brown and DeVonta Smtih are coming off a game where they each had over 100 receiving yards and a TD, and they should be able to take advantage of today’s matchups as well.
Star running back Saquon Barkley has been ruled questionable with a neck injury, but if he plays, his TD prop is worth a look. While the Eagles’ run defense has stiffened in recent weeks, Barkley is a physical runner and has scored in four of the last five games.
MVP candidate Jalen Hurts leads the league in rushing TDs (9) amongst QBs and is always a threat with his legs. Don’t be surprised to see him get into the endzone today. For value, Richie James and Quez Watkins are good options.
James leads all Giants WRs in red zone targets and has scored in two of the last three games. Watkins has seen his usage increase since Dallas Goedert went down, being targeted 11 times in the previous two weeks.
- AJ Brown: +110
- DeVonta Smtih: +165
- Saquon Barkley: -110
- Jalen Hurts: -105
- Richie James: +390
- Quez Watkins: +550
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Eagles wideouts should feast
For the reasons mentioned above, this should be a productive outing for Philly’s receivers. AJ Brown is just 50 yards away from becoming the first Eagles WR to eclipse 1,000 yards in a season since 2014. New York doesn’t have a single defensive back that can check Brown or DeVonta Smith with Adoree Jackson out.
Bet both overs on the talented duo.
- over 73.5 receiving yards: -110
- 80+ receiving yards: +116
- 90+ receiving yards: +174
- 100+ receiving yards: +240
- over 58.5 receiving yards: -110
- 70+ receiving yards: +146
- 80+ receiving yards: +220
- 90+ receiving yards: +310
- 100+ receiving yards: +470
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Jalen Hurts revenge game
The last time we saw Jalen Hurts in East Rutherford, he threw three interceptions and watched two game-winning TDs bounce off Jalen Reagor. Hurts never displays much emotion, but I can guarantee he still has a sour taste in his mouth about that game.
Look for him to continue his MVP campaign with a statement performance.
- Jalen Hurts over 227.5 passing yards: -110
- 250+ passing yards: +162
- 275+ passing yards: +290
- 300+ passing yards: +520
- Over 1.5 passing TDs: +102
Asked about Jalen Hurts’ growth since the Eagles’ last game at the Meadowlands, Nick Sirianni just revealed that the team has a blown-up portrait of this moment between Hurts and Mailata hanging inside the team’s headquarters at NovaCare Complex. https://t.co/Hd130PDNJ1— Josh Tolentino (@JCTSports) December 9, 2022
Return of the Giant Killer?
These should be tentative bets, as Boston Scott has only played 20% of the offensive snaps this season, but the data is hard to ignore. In six career games against the Giants, Boston Scott has absolutely torched them:
Scott seems to always find the endzone against New York; his TDs odds are worth a sprinkle.
- Boston Scott anytime TD: +600
- To Score 2+ Touchdowns: +5500
Boston Scott: Giants Killer— Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) December 26, 2021
12 Career TDs
8 TDs vs Giantspic.twitter.com/TuGfjVVn1U
Mandatory Credit: Yong Kim | Philadelphia Inquirer