Giants vs. Eagles best same game parlay for divisional round

Boston Scott, #35, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Boston Scott, #35, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

We’ve seen the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants twice already this season, but we had never really seen Daniel Jones play as well as he did in his playoff debut last week, so maybe third times the charm for New York.

It seems like a lot of people are on Danny Dimes and the Giants this week, but maybe just maybe, Minnesota was the worst 13-win team of all time and though Brian Daboll is a great coach, New York’s roster is still incredibly flawed and the best team in the NFC will roll them again.

I love the Eagles to win this one coming off their bye week and I’ve taken them against the spread, but I’m here to up the ante for the divisional round and to cash in big on a same game parlay.

First let’s look at the odds for New York and Philly.

Giants vs. Eagles odds, spread and total

Using FanDuel Sportsbook’s Same Game Parlay odds, I’ve put together a four-way same game parlay that pays out +711 that means that a $25 bet pays out $177.76.

Best same game parlay picks for Giants vs. Eagles

  • Eagles Moneyline (-360)
  • Miles Sanders 50+ Rushing Yards (-300)
  • AJ Brown 40+ Receiving Yards (-670)
  • Boston Scott Anytime TD (+390)

Eagles Moneyline (-360)

Week 18, the Eagles only beat the Davis Webb led Giants, 22-16, but they were easing Jalen Hurts back into things and the Giants had nothing to play for.

I’m essentially writing that game off, but in Week 14 Philly hung 48 on New York and got anything it wanted. The Giants are better now, Dexter Lawrence and Kayon Thibodeaux are monsters up front, but they still allowed 5.2 yards per carry this season and let Kirk Cousins throw for 273 yards and two touchdowns.

The Eagles haven’t really been the Eagles in a while, maybe not since Week 14, but this roster is far too talented to lose to the 9-7-1 New York Giants.

Miles Sanders 50+ Rushing Yards (-300)

In that Week 14 game, Miles Sanders went for 144 yards on just 17 carries and even just last week, Dalvin Cook went for 60 yards when Minnesota seemed to have no interest in running the ball.

Jalen Hurts’ shoulder is a serious concern, so I’m not sure how much they’ll want to expose him in this game, that means a lot of Miles Sanders and the Eagles can win that way.

AJ Brown 40+ Receiving Yards (-670)

I’ve been betting Brown and Devonta Smith’s overs on receiving yards all season because of how this Philly passing game is built.

AJ Brown had just two games all season under 40 yards receiving and in the biggest game of the season, they’re going to look his way early and often.

Boston Scott Anytime TD (+390)

At just 5-foot-6, Boston Scott has outdone David. David only killed one giant once and he did it with a slingshot, Scott, kills the Giants over and over again.

He has 16 rushing touchdowns in his career, nine of those against New York, and just one receiving touchdown, also against the Giants.

This year, he’s reached the end zone three times, twice against the Giants. He also averages 51.8 yards per game, by far the most against any team he’s faced more than once.

I have no idea why, but he’s a true Giant killer, so he’s bound to do it on the big stage.

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