49ers vs Eagles: Building an explosive same game parlay

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Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert (88) runs with the ball after making a catch as New York Giants cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (22) tries to stop him during the first half of an NFL divisional round playoff football game, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

49ers vs Eagles same game parlay

As the Philadelphia Eagles march towards their eighth-ever NFC Championship Game appearance, they’re fielding some disrespect.

Deebo Samiel said of Lincoln Financial Field, ‘we know it’s going to be loud, but no stadium is as loud as ours at the end of the day.’

That should be a billboard on I-95, and Samuel should ask Case Keenum if he’ll pay for it.

And it’ll never be louder in South Philly when the Eagles reach the endzone, so PSN.com took a look at four anytime touchdown scorers that you can parlay for +4213 odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.

You might not like all of them, but you’ll love the payout because $100 nets you $4,213.50. Ride or die, Vince Papale.

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WHERE: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

WHEN: Sunday, January 29th; 3p EST / 12n PST


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49ers vs Eagles same game parlay

Christian McCaffery – Anytime Touchdown – (-130)

Sorry, I just pumped you up, but we’re starting with one that will undoubtedly summon the Boo Birds.

Since he arrived in San Francisco, Christin McCaffery has averaged 0.92 touchdowns per week. You’re not getting great odds, considering Mac’s averaged almost a touchdown in his last thirteen contests, but you need some glue for any glass house.

And that’s enough for the visitors.

Dallas Goedert – Anytime Touchdown – (+190)

The big tight end is the ringer here. With the best odds, he’s, mathematically speaking, the least likely to score; however, a touchdown last week, not to mention the first of the game, shows promise.

San Franciso has allowed three touchdowns to their opponent’s tight ends over the last six weeks: Noah Fant, Darren Waller, and Dalton Schultz.

Dallas Goedert’s better than all of them (maybe I’ll give you Waller) and doesn’t have less than five targets in each of the last three weeks. These are nice odds that add some juice to the group, and I’ll be watching it all happen from the stands. Photos to come.

Jalen Hurts – Anytime Touchdown – (+125)

Injured or not, the Eagles will need the legs of Jalen Hurts to scamper to victory. Since his injury against Chicago in Week 15, Hurts has basically seen his rushing totals cut in half.

Albeit a small sample size in two games against the New York Giants, his 4.6 yards per rush has plummeted to 2.6, and his 53.4 rushing yards per game has fallen to 23.5.

So you might say, ‘then, Tahhhhhmy, why would QB1 score a touchdown?’ That’s because one number hasn’t changed much: his rush attempts.

Pre-injury, Hurts took off an average of 11.1 per game, and that number now stands at 9.0 attempts on average. Volume, volume, volume.

Plus, Hurts knows that Phoenix is just one victory away, and you can’t save yourself for a Super Bowl if you aren’t playing in it.

A.J. Brown – Anytime Touchdown – (+155)

A.J. Brown enjoyed his time off last week, but it’s unlikely he will give a repeat performance.

San Francisco doesn’t have enough in their secondary to deal with Devonta Smith and the threat of Hurts’ on the run. At some point, #11 will break free, and Carson Wentz can only watch from his couch as we all cash in.

In 2021, the last time Brown met the 49ers, he registered 11 receptions on 16 targets and 145 yards receiving with a touchdown to cherry. He only played on 74% of all snaps that day. This season with the Eagles, he’s only played under 74% of snaps once: last week against the Giants.

Call it the cosmos, but I’m moved. And I know that stat might mean nothing, but there’s also nothing sillier than guessing who will reach the endzone on Sunday.

Join in my chaos theory because it’s already crazy enough that the Philadelphia Eagles could make it back to the Super Bowl. It starts at 3p EST on Sunday in Philadelphia. I hope Deebo Samuel can hear that, but he probably won’t – it’ll be too loud.

AP Photo/Matt Slocum