Philadelphia Eagles Week 12 Player Prop Betting: Eagles Hope Ground Game Keeps Them Flying High

Written By Nathan Frederick on November 26, 2021

They’re men on the run. The Philadelphia Eagles have won two straight games thanks largely in part to the team’s rediscovery of the running game. The Eagles have rushed for over 200 yards in consecutive games for the first time since 1978.

In their Week 11 40-29 win over the New Orleans Saints, the Eagles rushed 50 times for the first time since 1997. And quarterback Jalen Hurts rushed for 69 yards and three touchdowns himself.

“When you got a quarterback that can run like our quarterback is running right now, they got to account for that,” said Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen. “We’re plus one in the run game, and they have to account for that, so we are going to continue to do what we do and go from there.”

In Week 12 the Eagles hope to continue their dominance on their ground in search of their third-straight win. Let’s take a look at some of the odds, props at promos at sports betting apps.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants betting odds

Eagles vs. Giants Week 12 quarterback props

Passing Yards

Jalen Hurts:  Over/Under 198.5 (-115)
Daniel Jones: Over/Under 226.5 (-115)

Passing Touchdowns

Jalen Hurts:  Over 1.5 (+135)/Under 1.5 (-185)
Daniel Jones: Over 1.5 (+180)/Under 1.5 (-175)

Rushing totals

Jalen Hurts:  Over/Under 48.5 (-115)

Special Eagles moneyline promo

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Will the Eagles rushing offense hit paydirt in each half?

FOX Bet has listed a boosted wager for Sunday built around the Eagles recent rushing success. If the Eagles record a rushing touchdown in each half, users can get four times their money (up from +250)

  • Eagles to score a rushing TD in each half: +300

Can Jalen and Saquon combine for 2 TDs?

One of the DraftKings weekly specials features a couple of players Pennsylvania knows pretty well. In the wager, Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts and Giants running back Saquon Barkley have pricing for their combined rushing TD total.

Hurts + Barkley: Over 1.5 Rushing Touchdowns

  • Yes: +150

Which same-game parlay is the winning combination?

One of the more recent options listed at Pennsylvania’s sportsbooks is the ability to make parlay-style bets on a single game. For example, over at FanDuel Sportsbook, odds are posted on a pairing of the Eagles-Giants game line and the point total.

Here are the numbers:

  • Philadelphia (-3.5) and Over (46.5): +270
  • Philadelphia (-3.5) and Under (46.5): +250
  • New York Giants (+3.5) and Over (46.5): +270
  • New York Giants (+3.5) and Under (46.5): +250

Could the Eagles be the NFL’s highest scoring team this week?

Philadelphia finished with the third-highest total last week after scoring 40 points against the Saints. This week, oddsmakers expect them to finish a little farther back.

Another DraftKings Weekly Special has pricing for Sunday’s highest scoring team. Here are the favorites, followed by Pennsylvania teams.

  • Buccaneers: +550
  • 49ers:+900
  • Patriots/Chargers: +1000

PA Teams

  • Eagles: +1300
  • Steelers: +4000

Another pair of Sunday prop bets at DraftKings focuses on the league’s rushing/receiving leaders in terms of yardage. The Eagles have players with odds in each category.

Most Rushing Yards on Sunday

  • Miles Sanders: +1800
  • Jalen Hurts: +2200
  • Boston Scott: +6500

Most Receiving Yards on Sunday

  • DeVonta Smith: +2800

Lead image Derik Hamilton/AP

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Nathan Frederick is an award-winning writer with more than 1,000 published bylines and two decades of journalism experience. His work has won awards from the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Journalists, the Keystone Press Association, and the Associated Press Sports Editors. He has also authored three books, one of which debuted as an Amazon No. 1 New Release.

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