Giants vs Eagles: The New York Giants were able to upset the Minnesota Vikings last weekend and earned a third date with the Philadelphia Eagles in the process. The NFC East rivals will clash at Lincoln Financial Field this Saturday, with the winner set to advance to the NFC Championship game.
There are plenty of lenses to view this weekend through from a betting perspective, but building a Parlay is where the fun really lies. This +1300 Same Game Parlay looks like great value going into Saturday’s game.
Giants vs Eagles Same Game Parlay: +1300
If you’re going to be betting on action besides the spread, here are some player props we like from Sunday’s game, bundled into a juicy Same Game Parlay at +1300!
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Jalen Hurts: Over 47.5 Rushing yards
The rushing threat that Jalen Hurts brings to the table is nearly unmatched at the NFL level. He’s rushed for 767 yards and 13 touchdowns this season and the Giants know all too well how dangerous he is in the open field. He put up 77 yards on the ground against the G-Men in their first clash of the season and did so again when they met for the first time in 2021. The other two games (A week 18 matchup in 2022 and a 34-10 demolition job in 2021) saw the QB take a more conservative approach.
Hurts is averaging 50.7 rushing yards per game this year. The New York Giants are giving up 139.6 rushing yards per game, ranking 27th in the NFL. On the road, that number jumps to 165.4, ranking 31st in the NFL. There’s no reason why Jalen Hurts and a versatile backfield won’t look to exploit that this weekend, just as they did in the thumping the Eagles dealt the Giants earlier in the year.
47.5 is a modest number, all things considered in this Giants vs Eagles rematch.
Eagles -3.5 First Half spread
I don’t like the 7-point spread for what could well be a hotly-contested divisional matchup. However, the Eagles have raced out of the gate to domineering leads on both occasions this season and I think there’s value on betting them to be ahead by more than a field goal at the half.
Haason Reddick 1.0+ Sacks
A 16-sack season from Haason Reddick is exactly what the doctor ordered. The former Cardinal has been absolutely stellar upon his arrival to Philadelphia and that hot run of form didn’t stop against the Giants. He had 3 QB hits in week 18 and a sack in his first game against them.
I’d expect Jonathan Gannon to want to pressure Daniel Jones after seeing how composed he was against the Vikings, and as a result, there should be plenty of chances for Reddick to feast.
Richie James Over 5.5 receptions in Giants vs Eagles
As aforementioned, Daniel Jones shouldn’t be overlooked. If the Eagles can suffocate Saquon like we have become strangely used to seeing, then Jones is going to have to be at his best. Richie James has 38 catches since week 12.
He had 4 against the Vikings, but had 7 against the Birds when they first clashed this season. 5.5 is a fair number, but also a likely one.
Miles Sanders under 69.5 rushing yards
The Eagles ripped through the Giants like a hot knife through butter when they first clashed thanks to the rushing abilities of Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders, and Boston Scott. Sanders has been a fantastic downhill runner this year, which is a huge compliment given how he used to try and bounce outside at any given opportunity. It’s opened up the RPO game massively for Jalen Hurts but as a result, I think we can snag some value on the under.
The Giants are Boston Scott’s team. Nick Sirianni will likely be licking his chops at knowing that there is this Elephant in the room that Scott can tear the Giants apart, for some bizzarre reason. This, combined with an urgency to score and a healthy Jalen Hurts, could keep Sanders under 70 yards pretty comfortably, although he’ll still be an invaluable asset to the offense.
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