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Eagles Giants Same Game Parlay: Divisional Round +2103 Expert Pick

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On Saturday, the Philadelphia Eagles will take on the New York Giants in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Get in on the sports betting action with the following +2103 same-game parlay pick.

NFL Divisional Round Same Game Parlay: Eagles vs Giants +2103 pick

The Wild Card round gave us a fantastic weekend of football. We saw the Jaguars come back from a 27-point deficit to beat the Chargers. The Dolphins were beating the Bills in the second half despite starting Skylar Thompson at quarterback. Even the Ravens without Lamar Jackson and an injured Tyler Huntley were literally inches away from potentially beating the Bengals!

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+2103 Eagles-Giants same game parlay

  • Eagles -6.5 (-154)
  • Eagles first half team total over 13.5 (-140)
  • AJ Brown over 72.5 yards (-114)
  • AJ Brown anytime touchdown (-105)
  • Miles Sanders 100+ rushing yards (+360)

Eagles -6.5

The Giants are coming off a tough game against the Vikings while the Eagles got the week off with the bye. The Giants continue to be a bottom-3 team at defending the run and the pass on early downs while the Eagles are one of the best. I took this alternate spread through the seven so that a win by a touchdown or more by the Eagles locks in a win on this leg.

AJ Brown over 72.5 yards and anytime touchdown

Brown has 90 and 70 yards against the Giants so far this season. The Eagles offense also has gotten healthier during the bye with offensive lineman Lane Johnson returning and Jalen Hurts resting up. Brown leads the league in yards against man coverage this season and the Giants play the most man coverage in the league. They also blitz at one of the highest rates in the league, meaning there will be ample opportunity for a big play. He scored 11 touchdowns this season including one against the Giants earlier this season.

Eagles first half team total over 13.5

With Jalen Hurts in the lineup, the Eagles scored 14 or more points in the first half in all but two of their games. They come out strong and have been stellar under their initial game script which is usually 2 drives. Given all the matchup notes above, I like them to do the same again here.

Miles Sanders 100+ rushing yards

Sanders has already gashed the Giants’ run defense once this season for 144 yards on 17 carries but came into their last meeting banged up. The week prior to their Week 18 matchup he was wearing a knee brace and was on the injury report. They had two weeks off and Sanders is now completely off the injury report.

The Eagles also get back difference-maker Lane Johnson on the OL. The matchup couldn’t be better with the Giants ranking dead last in run defense DVOA, 31st in EPA vs the run, and 31st in explosive run rates. On top of this, the Giants are also bottom-3 at defending the run on early downs while the Eagles’ offense is one of the best.

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Author: Connor Allen

Connor Allen utilizes advanced analytics and his knowledge of football to create an edge in sports betting and fantasy leagues. He writes a weekly player prop article that's won over 57% of the time in each of the past two seasons. He placed first and 10th in the FFPC Divisional Round Playoff Contest along with fellow 4for4 writer, Joe Paeno. Connor currently resides in Chicago where he owns a small business and can be found on twitter @ConnorAllenNFL.