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Eagles vs Giants Betting Props: Brown To Hit Paydirt

Even when both teams are struggling, the matchups between the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants tend to be pretty compelling. With the Eagles having the best record in the NFL and the Giants in the thick of the NFC playoff race, Sunday’s showdown takes on even more significance.

The visiting Eagles are listed by the online betting odds as 7½-point favorites after the line opened at six points. The Eagles cruised past Tennessee the last time out while the Giants had a disappointing tie with the Washington Commanders.

Gardner Minshew #10 of the Philadelphia Eagles throws a pass
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The Giants have the best mark against the NFL betting lines. The Giants are 9-3 against the spread (ATS), with the Eagles at 7-5.

The Eagles are 5-0 on the road while the Giants have a 4-2-1 record at home.

Below, we have four proposition bets ahead of this AFC showdown, highlighting some key players in both camps.

Let’s check the latest NFL odds, stats, injury reports, and NFL lines for Eagles vs Giants. We’ve plenty of Vegas NFL odds and NFL week 14 picks for you to consider.

NFL: Eagles vs Giants Props

  • Jalen Hurts Passing Yards O/U 227½
  • Daniel Jones Longest Reception, O/U 31½
  • A.J. Brown Touchdown Scoring, O/U ½
  • Eagles, Giants Touchdowns Scored O/U 3½

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Passing Fancy for Hurts

It can be challenging to figure out whether MVP candidate Jalen Hurts is going to make more of an impact with the arm or his legs. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback ran for 157 yards two weeks ago before going off for 380 passing yards as the Eagles had a surprisingly easy time of it against Tennessee.

That snapped a three-game run when Hurts threw for less than 200 yards.

There are injury concerns in the Giants secondary so it would not be a shock to see Hurts pile up the passing yards once again.

Pick: Hurts To Go Over 227½ Yards (-120)

Jones to Go Deep

When it comes to quarterbacks who connect for plays down the field, Daniel Jones is not the first name that comes to win. He might not even be the 20th name mentioned. However, in three of the last five games, he has at least one pass longer than 40 yards. In last week’s tie with Washington, he hooked up with Darius Slayton for a 55-yard play – the longest since the season opener.

The Eagles might be listed by the Las Vegas odds as having the best Super Bowl odds among NFC teams, but they have given up plays of at least 40 yards to Tennessee rookie tight end Chigoziem Okonwo, Green Bay rookie receiver Christian Watson and Washington receiver Terry McLaurin in the last four weeks. So take Jones to have a pass longer than 31.5 yards in Sunday’s matchup.

  • Pick: Jones’ Longest Completion Over 31½ Yards (-120).

Brown To Find End Zone

One of the more intriguing prop bets involves Philadelphia receiver A.J. Brown.

Brown has three touchdown catches in the last two games and he will be facing a Giants secondary dealing with various injuries and ailments. He is listed at +140 to go over 0.5 touchdowns. That should catch the attention of those who bet online.

While there are plenty of ways for a talented Eagles offense to score, the 6-foot-1, 226-pound Brown is an elite red zone target so picking him to make it three games in a row with a TD is the way to go.

Brown sat out Thursday’s practice to rest so he should be ready to roll come Sunday.

  • Pick: Brown To Go Over ½ Touchdowns (+140)

More End Zone Trips?

Don’t be looking for a wild, high-scoring affair when the Philadelphia Eagles make the short trip north to face their NFC East rivals.

The Eagles are eighth and the Giants 12th in the NFL in scoring defense. Five of the last seven games between the division rivals have gone under the total.

The total opened at 43½ and has moved to 45. Still, seeing a prop bet set at 3.5 touchdowns is an interesting call.

It would seem like the teams should be able to get into the end zone at least four times, even if the last time the Eagles and Giants played in East Rutherford, the final score was 13-7.

  • Pick: Eagles and Giants To Go Over 3½ Touchdowns (-150)

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