The New York Giants upset the Minnesota Vikings last weekend and will now charge into Lincoln Financial Field in hopes of getting revenge for a win of the season.
There are enough lenses Look at this weekend from a betting perspective, but building a parlay is the real fun. This same game parlay looks like great value for Saturday’s game.
New York Giants (9-7-1) @ Philadelphia Eagles (14-3)
- Location: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA.
- Time: Saturday, January 21 at 8:15 p.m. ET
- Channel: FOX
- Spread: PHI -7.5
- money line: PHI (-365), NYG (+285)
- About Below: 48
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Building the Ultimate Same Game Parlay
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Stage 1: Giants +7
Yes, the Giants were blown away by the Eagles in their first meeting, and sure, Week 18 was hardly the greatest vote of confidence in the world. However, their major upset at the Vikings will not only boost confidence in QB Daniel Jones but in the team as a whole.
Division games are always unpredictable, and the Eagles have been looking vulnerable lately. Davis Webb nearly pushed the Giants back into contention after trailing 24-7 at halftime, and it’s not the only time Jonathan Gannon’s defense has been called into question.
The Giants should be able to stay within a touchdown when all is said and done.
Stage 2: Daniel Bellinger Anytime TD
It’s been fun watching Daniel Bellinger’s growth on this New York offensive line. He’s played in over 80% of the snaps in each of his last four games, drawing 11 total goals in that span. He scored a big touchdown against the Vikings and with Avonte Maddox officially ruled out, the Eagles must either compensate for stability over the top by slotting Chauncey Gardner-Johnson or leave the seams vulnerable. If the latter happens, don’t be surprised by another Bellinger barrage.
Leg 3: Daniel Jones for 219 passing yards
Daniel Jones exploded against the Vikings and it’s not the first time he’s done that this season. Since week 12, Jones has thrown 12 touchdowns and 1 interception (a pivot bet here would be under 0.5 interceptions). But because this Eagles offense is so dynamic, there’s a good chance Jones will need to shoot from behind, making that 219 number very achievable.
Leg 4: Saquon Barkley under 84.5 rushing yards
This bet goes hand in hand with the one above. Saquon Barkley’s influence against the Eagles can be perceived more as a threat or as a pass blocker. He’ll undoubtedly run the ball, but he’s only rushed for 498 yards in 7 games against the Birds up to this point, and if they get ahead early they won’t really feel like taking their chances against such a big and bulky up front four.