Eagles vs Giants: The Philadelphia Eagles are back in action one more time to round out the regular season, facing the lowly New York Giants in a game they simply must win for a multitude of reasons. Can Philadelphia end the year on a high?
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Eagles vs Giants: Week 18 info
Date: Sunday, January 7th
Time: 4:25 PM ET
Location: MetLife Stadium
TV channel: CBS, NFL Gamepass (NFL+), DAZN
NFL Week 18 odds: Eagles vs Giants
Spread: Philadelphia Eagles -5 | New York Giants +5
Moneyline: Philadelphia Eagles -238 | New York Giants +195
Total: Over/Under 42
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A.J Brown to score an anytime TD
No DeVonta Smith this week means more air traffic in A.J Brown’s direction. Given that he already dominates the target share (45 more than Smitty this year), we can expect to see plenty of passes lofted in the wideouts’ direction.
Brown has 7 touchdowns on the year but hasn’t recorded one since the win over Buffalo. I think that changes against a Giants defense that could well be rolling out backups in a tactical bid to boost their draft stock.
Philadelphia Eagles -5.5
This one’s simple. The Eagles need to win this game if they have any chance of retaining their NFC East crown, while a win for the Giants could see their current top-5 pick move closer to the back end of the top-10.
The Giants are down to bare bones at quarterback, will likely be resting players at some point (or ‘evaluating’ younger prospects), and failed to cover this number when the rivals last clashed.
The Eagles would be wise to use this as a get-right opportunity. Confidence is key ahead of the playoffs, and the Birds could do with some of that right now. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a 30-40-point game offensively here.
Tyrod Taylor over 0.5 interceptions thrown
Make no mistake, Tyrod Taylor is still very much an NFL-caliber quarterback, and could still be viewed as a fringe starter by some. But he has turned the ball over in each of the last two games, and the Eagles defense will be playing with a chip on its shoulder this weekend.
This feels like a prime breakout spot for a player like Reed Blankenship or Kelee Ringo, who will be able to pick off passes that struggling wideouts might leave hanging a little too long.
Jalin Hyatt over 20.5 receiving yards
I could see the Giants giving Darius Slayton a few drives off tomorrow, and while his hot run of form should continue, it’s Hyatt that presents the most value for me.
The Eagles’ defense has given up 19 catches of 30+ yards this year, and their pass defense has been absolutely atrocious in recent weeks.
Tyrod Taylor is more than just a game manager and someone who can absolutely elevate a speedster like Hyatt. We’ve seen him break out once this year already against the Pats, and I wouldn’t be overly shocked if he rips off a few big plays this weekend.
The value on 20 yards is huge in comparison to Slayton’s 46.
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