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NFL Week 12 SNF Primetime Props – Packers vs Eagles

Green vs Green on Sunday Night Football

The Green Bay Packers travel to Philadelphia to take on the NFC-leading Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday Night Football.

Predictably, the betting online odds are cornered with the hosts. The Eagles are laying a touchdown to the Packers in point spread betting and they’re priced at -290 compared to the Packers at +240 in Moneyline markets. The total is projected to 46 points with the Over and Under juiced to -110, respectively.

NFL Week 12 SNF Primetime Props – Packers vs Eagles
NFL Week 12 SNF Primetime Props – Packers vs Eagles

Below, we have four proposition bets to prop up your betting thrills for this primetime SNF bout featuring the Packers and Eagles.

We highlight key players in both camps that could have standout nights, thus impacting the outcome of this game. Let’s check the latest NFL picks, stats, injury reports, and NFL predictions. We’ve plenty of NFL expert picks for you to consider.

SNF Odds: Packers vs Eagles Props

  • Aaron Rodgers Total Passing TDs, O/U 1½
  • Aaron Rodgers Total Rushing Yards, O/U 2½
  • Jalen Hurts Total Rushing Yards, O/U 48½
  • Aaron Jones Total Rushing Yards, O/U 55½

Aaron Rodgers Total Passing TDs O/U 1½

Two-time reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers is having an un-MVP-like season. That said, he has scored two touchdowns (or more) in eight of Green Bay’s 11 games this season. On the season, he has 19 passing touchdowns (1.7 per game on average) but he put up 10 of those in the last five games (2 per game on average).

All eyes will be on Rodgers in this highly anticipated primetime showdown with the Eagles. It’s the kind of environment – the big stage, the primetime focus and the sheer importance of a win to Green Bay’s season – that the veteran quarterback typically thrives under.

  • Pick: Over 1½ (+140)

Aaron Rogers Total Rushing Yards, O/U 2½

Let’s just begin by saying that this line is almost comical. The extraordinarily meager 2½ yards posted here is like catnip to Rodgers’ most ardent fans and bettors alike.

Rodgers’ ground game is one of the most underrated aspects of his game. In some respects, Rodgers is the OG of scrambling in the pocket, making plays with his legs and keeping drives alive.

It’s true that the 37-year-old isn’t as twinkle-toed as he was in his heyday, rushing on fewer occasions in 2022.  This is evidenced by his modest 64 rushing yards tally on the season, of which 40 came against the Lions three weeks ago.

Still, it will take just one little scrambling frolic to top this number. And the probability of that happening is much higher than the NFL odds would suggest because if there’s one flaw in the Eagles defense that has reared its ugly head recently it’s their poor run-stop defense.

  • Picks: Over 2½ (-115)

Jalen Hurts Total Rushing Yards, O/U 48½

Speaking of rushing, Jalen Hurts is among the best using his legs. To date, he has 440 rushing yards and eight scores through 10 games. This doesn’t include the 2,407 passing yards and 15 touchdowns he’s thrown.

That said, the 48½ rushing yard line above falls just under his seasonal average of 44 yards per game (440 /10). Although Hurts is coming off an 86-rushing-yards account against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11, he’s only ever crossed the 48-yard mark in four games this season.

Hurts might be tempted to use his legs for a second straight week, especially considering that defending the run is not exactly one of the Packers’ strengths. However, it still might not be enough to crack the 48½- rushing yard mark currently trading at the sportsbook exchange.

  • Picks: Under 48½  (-110)

Aaron Jones Total Rushing Yards, O/U 55½

Green Bay’s elite running back Aaron Jones could be poised for a big night against Philadelphia’s shaky run-stop unit that just allowed Indianapolis Colts’ star running back Jonathan Taylor to rack up 84 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries last Sunday.

Through 11 games, Jones ranks eighth overall in the standings with 778 total rushing yards (or 70.7 on average) and two touchdowns. Jones put up underwhelming numbers (by his lofty standards) in Green Bay’s 27-17 loss in Thursday Night Football action against the Tennessee Titans in Week 11. The week before, though, he had a monster night against Dallas  gashing the Cowboys’ defense for 138 yards on 24 carries and a touchdown.

In recent weeks, teams have provided the blueprint for beating the Eagles by attacking their suspect run defense. Rodgers, Jones and, even, A.J. Dillon are all going to be key towards Green Bay’s success.

  • Picks: Over 55½ (-115)

The odds in this chart are based on the time of publication. They are subject to change.

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