Best Tweets Giants vs. Eagles: In the Weak NFC East, Wentz Rises and Daniel Jones Falls

Written By Katie Kohler on October 23, 2020 - Last Updated on December 20, 2020
Best tweets Eagles vs Giants as Wentz rises, Jones falls

The final presidential debate and a Thursday Night Football game between two teams from the “NFC Least” filled Twitter timelines with even more ire.

Pennsylvania online sportsbooks originally listed the Philadelphia Eagles as 6-point favorites against the New York Giants, but it closed at 4.5 or 4 at some books. The Giants lead 21-10 with 6:17 in the fourth quarter, but the Eagles, behind another gritty Carson Wentz performance and an ill-timed Evan Engram drop, rallied to win 22-21.

At 2-4-1, the Eagles are tied for first in the NFC East. They are suffering from a crazy list of injuries and a depleted depth chart but, the day after an Eagles win, it’s always sunny in Philadelphia, even if the night before was filled with doomsday tweets.

Giants vs. Eagles Week 6 betting review

NFL bettors heavily backed the Eagles against the Giants but not all were not rewarded.

At DraftKings:

  • 83% of the money was on the Eagles (-4.5) to cover the spread
  • 65% of the money was on the Eagles (-235) on the moneyline
  • 88% of the money was on the over (45)

However, a few bet boosts at online sportsbooks turned out to be winners:


  • Over 3.5 total turnovers in Giants vs. Eagles (yes) -250 

Fox Bet:

  • Wentz 350+ pass yards and Eagles win boosted from (+425) to +500
  • Eagles to score a TD in each half boosted from (-200) to +100
  • Daniel Jones to have a higher passer rating than Carson Wentz boosted from (-110) to +105


  • Eagles moneyline +100 (max bet $25)
  • Carson Wentz to rush for a touchdown (yes) +315

Football and politics

Thursday Night Football or the last presidential debate had many screaming … or, a much calmer bet, streaming.


Daniel Jones’ epic trip

Carson Wentz hushes the haters with little backup

Wentz played behind a makeshift offensive line, without his starting running back, top two tight ends, and anyone even resembling a starting wide receiver on any other roster. Wentz has been sacked this season a silly-if-it-wasn’t-sad 28 times. But he silenced most of his haters, even Colin Cowherd, for one night.

Lead image credit: AP Photo/Derik Hamilton

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Katie Kohler is a Philadelphia-area based award-winning journalist and Managing Editor at PlayPennsylvania. Katie especially enjoys creating unique content and on-the-ground reporting in PA. She is focused on creating valuable, timely content about casinos and sports betting for readers. Katie has covered the legal Pennsylvania gambling industry for Catena Media since 2019.

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