DraftKings Sportsbook same-game parlay for Eagles vs. Chiefs Week 11 clash

Focus on a trio of Philadelphia playmakers when placing a same-game parlay for the Eagles vs. Chiefs Week 11 showdown.
Jalen Hurts and DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Hurts and DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles / Mitchell Leff/GettyImages

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The game fans have been waiting for is here as the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs meet on Monday Night Football in Week 11. Those cheering on the birds are hoping for a different result than the one in Super Bowl 56 as a win over the reigning champs would make a big statement.

Sports bettors looking to get in on the action can do so in a variety of ways, including creating a same-game parlay on DraftKings Sportsbook. Every leg must cash for the parlay to be deemed a winning ticket, so here's a look at a few that culminate in a payout over four times the investment.

Leg 1: DeVonta Smith 50+ Receiving Yards (-165)

Much attention is being paid toward A.J. Brown amid what is a historic season so far. Be sure not to overlook the production of DeVonta Smith though. The third-year pro averages 59.2 yards per game on a career-high 8.9 yards per target as he continues to be a reliable deep threat.

Smith has faced off against the Chiefs twice in his career. He finished a regular season clash against Kansas City with 122 yards in 2021 before he again hit the triple-digit mark with 100 yards in Super Bowl 56. Creating separation and coming down with jump balls have been strengths for the Philly pro.

Keep in mind the Chiefs have allowed 14 opposing players to log at least 50 receiving yards in their first nine games. It goes to show that Smith can get the job done regardless of what Brown does on the opposite side of the field. This is a leg that could cash by halftime with a few early connections.

Leg 4: Jalen Hurts Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+115)

It's shocking to see the odds for quarterback Jalen Hurts to get in the end zone set at +115 in Week 11. Not only has the mobile signal-caller scored a touchdown in a whopping 15 of his last 19 games (including NFL Playoffs), but he logged three rushing scores the last time he battled with Kansas City.

Of course, the Brotherly Shove is an option for the Eagles whenever they are within five yards of the end zone. The fact that Hurts is coming off a bye week means he has had time to rest his knee and is a threat to take off from much farther distances, too. All it takes is one clear lane for Hurts to exploit.

Leg 3: Reed Blankenship Over 6.5 Tackles + Assists (-145)

Philly's defense is chock full of exciting playmakers all over the field. That includes safety Reed Blankenship, who currently leads all Eagles in tackles (55) despite missing two games due to injury. The second-year man out of Middle Tennessee State is willing to put his body on the line on every down.

The Chiefs run the eighth-most plays during home contests (67.8) and tally the sixth-most pass attempts per game (37.8) in the NFL. Opportunities to bring down pass-catchers with the ball in their hands will be present for Blankenship, especially if the offenses get into a back-and-forth shootout.

Blankenship has racked up at least seven total tackles in six of his seven games played this season. The only time he failed to hit the mark was when he exited in the third quarter against the New York Jets after being on the wrong end of a blindside block. Trust him to keep stepping up at full health.

Same-Game Parlay Odds: +430

Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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