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Vikings vs Eagles Best Same-Game Parlay Picks (+1233)
- Eagles to Win by 1-13 Points (+155)
- Vikings vs Eagles Over 48.5 (-154)
- Jalen Hurts Anytime TD Scorer (+125)
- Justin Jefferson Anytime TD Scorer (-130)
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I think the Eagles win, and this Same-Game Parlay should come to fruition if they do. Let’s go through each part to see why:
Eagles to Win by 1-13 Points (+155)
Philadelphia’s moneyline odds are -136 and it’s tough to see a total blowout given how impressive the Vikings looked against Green Bay. Thus, we’re getting tremendous value on betting the Eagles to win by 1-13 points instead of just outright.
This is a let-down spot for Minnesota after a huge win against a division rival, and the Vikings are a pathetic 1-6 in their last seven games as road underdogs. The Eagles, meanwhile, are 12-2-1 in their last 15 games as home favorites with five consecutive wins. Philly has a chance to make a huge statement that it’s among the class of the NFC and seizes the opportunity on Monday night.
Vikings vs Eagles Over 48.5 (-154)
I used an alternate total to get us the key number of 49, but it’s tough to envision a low-scoring matchup between these high-powered offenses. The over is 5-1 in both the Eagles’ last six games and the Vikings’ last six as road underdogs, and the likely game script means a lot of points.
Jalen Hurts’ dual-threat ability and potent group of pass-catchers will be much more difficult to defend than Aaron Rodgers and the Little Rascals were in Week 1, so Philly should score with ease. That being said, the loss of Derek Barnett will leave a defense that surrendered 35 points to Detroit short-handed.
A shootout is in store between these high-powered offenses.
Jalen Hurts Anytime TD Scorer (+125)
I have a soft spot for Hurts. He’s the best, and my friend even bought me his Oklahoma jersey for my birthday one year.
So take this with a grain of salt, but I think Hurts presents value as any Anytime TD scorer in every single game.
The Eagles have so many weapons offensively that defenses can’t stop everyone, which leaves a ton of space for Hurts to run. He had the second-most rushing attempts (17) and yards (90) of his career in Week 1, and should easily eclipse his 10 rushing TDs from last season.
Justin Jefferson Anytime TD Scorer (-130)
Kevin O’Connell brought the offense that won Cooper Kupp the Triple Crown last year over to Minnesota, and Jefferson seems to be the new Kupp.
Including the playoffs, Kupp scored 20 TDs in 20 games last year. Jefferson is in for a similar type of season, so taking him to score in a high-scoring contest feels like a slam dunk.
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