Eagles vs Seahawks: Week 15’s Monday Night Football bout could have some serious playoff implications. The Philadelphia Eagles will be facing a 6-win Seahawks team, but one they haven’t beaten since 2008. With Jalen Hurts now questionable, the Eagles will certainly need to dig deep to bounce back with a win.
Eagles vs Seahawks: Week 15 info
Date: Monday, December 17th
Time: 8:20 PM ET
Location: Lumen Stadium, Seattle
TV channel: ESPN, NFL Gamepass (NFL+), DAZN
Spread: Philadelphia Eagles -3 | Seattle Seahawks +3
Moneyline: Philadelphia Eagles -175 | Seattle Seahawks +145
Total: Over/Under 47.5
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D’Andre Swift over 58.5 rushing yards
The Seahawks are allowing 123 rushing yards per game this season and 159 over their last 3 games. This should give us some great value on D’Andre Swift, who has gone over this total 8 times this season.
What also helps us in this spot is that Jalen Hurts is questionable with an illness. Even if the Eagles QB is able to play, the Birds are bound to try and take some weight off his shoulders and focus on a game that should be ripping its way through a porous Seattle rush defense.
Noah Fant to record over 21.5 receiving yards
The Philadelphia Eagles have really struggled against the pass this season and the blueprint is now out of the bag. With a lack of LB depth (and Zach Cunningham questionable), teams have been spamming passes over the middle, which has led to some big games from the likes of Jake Ferguson and George Kittle.
Noah Fant is still TE1 in Seattle and although his production has been anything but consistent, the fact this total is under 25-yards when he’s gone over this number in each of his last 3 games and is facing a pass defense with a clear weakness over the middle, makes this a must-bet prop.
D.K Metcalf to score an anytime TD
With 5 touchdowns in the last 4 games, DK Metcalf has been heating up at just the right time. 3 of those did come against the Cowboys, but the Seahawks wideout is drawing plenty of targets too. Not only does he lead the team in touchdowns, but he’s had 8 targets in 3 of his last 4 games.
The Eagles have a leaky pass defense as previously mentioned and with Darius Slay set to miss the game due to knee surgery, it opens the door for Metcalf to thrive. There’s no reason he shouldn’t fly into the endzone.
Over 42.5 total points
This feels like a pretty modest total given the fact that both defenses have struggled mightily in recent weeks and the Eagles are missing their top corner. Both offenses are filled with playmakers and even if the starting quarterbacks are down, there are enough pieces to put up points against suspect defenses.
42 points is slightly too low here.
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