Eagles at Seahawks: Player Props and Pick’em Targets for MNF
The 10-3 Eagles now sit in 2nd place in the NFC North. They look to play catch up with Dallas as they travel to Seattle to take on the 6-7 Seahawks who are still looking to snag a Wild Card spot this postseason. Expect the Hurts/Brown combo to run wild once again in this MNF matchup.
QB Jalen Hurts (PHI) – Over 1.5 PASS TDS
After one of the more disappointing outings of Hurts’ young career, we look towards Week 15 as a total bounce-back opportunity for the reigning NFC Champs. Hurts faces a Seattle defense allowing 33.3 PPG in their last three outings, which ranks 3rd-worst only to Philly and Washington. With shootout opportunity written all over this matchup, bank on Jalen to put together one of his best games of this season.
RB D’Andre Swift (PHI) – Under 76.5 TOT YDS
While we love Hurts and the Philly receiving core in this matchup, let’s hold the brakes on Swift’s impact. He’s not only played limited snaps compared to earlier this season, but has averaged under 3 YPC during the last two games and hasn’t found the endzone in the last three. While the Seattle defense is a solid matchup for him as a pass catcher, Swift not surpassing the 40-yard mark in back-to-back games is a concern.
WR A.J. Brown (PHI) – Over 81.5 REC YDS
Back to business with the Eagles pass catchers, A.J. Brown is due for a breakout game. He’s hit this over in 8 of 13 matchups this season and has a great opportunity again against this weak Seattle secondary. After some rough post-bye week outings for this Eagles team, look for the Jalen/Brown connection to come back this week.
WR DK Metcalf (SEA) – Over 0.5 TDS (1.25x)
Our Underdog boosted bet of the night is DK Metcalf to find the endzone. Metcalf has scored 5 TDs in the last four outings and now faces a Philly defense that ranks in the bottom 3 against opposing wideouts. With Metcalf producing some of his best games against teams with high-powered offenses, look for another score as Seattle looks to lock up a wild card spot in the coming games.
K Jake Elliott (PHI) – Over 6.5 PTS
As we mentioned, this has shootout potential written all over it. With Elliott hitting this mark in three straight outings, look for the Philly kicker to have another great game against the Seattle defense allowing 7.7 kicking PTS per game this season (26th in the league).
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