The Philadelphia Eagles enter Sunday looking to strengthen their NFC East lead, while the Dallas Cowboys enter aiming to close the division gap with a road victory. Only one team will leave Lincoln Financial Field in a good mood, though, after an exciting showdown that may come down to the wire.
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 five times the investment.
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Leg 1: D'Andre Swift Over 56.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
The Cowboys defense is far more vulnerable against the run than it is the pass, so depending on running back D'Andre Swift is the way to go here. Swift is averaging a consistent 71.4 rushing yards per game this year and has tallied at least 57 yards on the ground in five of his last seven contests.
To dive a bit deeper, Dallas is giving up the seventh-most yards per carry on the road (4.5) and has allowed at least 50 yards to four different running backs in four away games. The defensive line features some explosive pass-rushers, yet it has shown it can be gashed up the middle at times.
This is a mark Swift has a chance to hit before halftime arrives as head coach Nick Sirianni should rely heavily on the 24-year-old. Philly has posted the third-highest rushing play percentage in home games (51.9%) and quarterback Jalen Hurts is not completely healthy. This is Swift's time to shine.
Leg 2: CeeDee Lamb Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+125)
Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb enters Sunday on a noticeable hot stretch, tallying 275 yards and a pair of touchdowns in his last two games. That is not good news for an Eagles secondary that has been shaky at best in 2023. Philly has given up the second-most touchdowns to opposing wideouts (12).
Not only that, but Lamb reached the end zone twice when he matched up against the Eagles on Christmas Eve last season. One score came on a 36-yard reception and the other on a seven-yard catch. It goes to show that Lamb is someone the Dallas coaching staff trusts to run any kind of route.
Quarterback Dak Prescott should look Lamb's way whenever possible given Philly's ability to shut down a rushing attack, too. The fact that this leg is listed at +125 odds makes it even more enticing as it drives the final odds much higher. The end zone is calling Lamb's name on Sunday evening.
Leg 3: First Half Over 23.5 Total Points (-105)
These are two offenses that have come out the gate swinging on a weekly basis this campaign. Both the Cowboys (18.9) and Eagles (13.8) rank among the top eight teams in terms of first half points per game. It's a trend that has helped the over on the first half total cash in 12 of 15 combined contests.
Keep in mind at least 24 total first-half points have been put up in three of the last four matchups between these heated rivals. Swift and Lamb have already been mentioned, but stars like running back Tony Pollard and wide receiver A.J. Brown will also be on the field. There is no shortage of talent.
Same-Game Parlay Odds: +495
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