Betting Preview: Props for Vikings, Eagles

Betting Props for Vikings and Eagles Week 2 Matchup

Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Vikings and Eagles face off in Philadelphia and the Eagles are 2.0 favorites and have -135 odds for the Monday Night Football matchup.
The Vikings covered the spread as a +2.5 underdog against the Packers in week 1 and have gone 5-2 SU against NFC East opponents in their last seven games.
The Eagles averaged 26 ppg in 2021, scored 38 points against the Lions in week 1, and have -110 odds to score over three TDs against the Vikings in week 2.

PHILADELPHIA, PA. – The Eagles have -135 odds to beat the Minnesota Vikings during their week two Monday Night Football matchup. Both teams started the season with a win and they had their future odds shortened for the Super Bowl and their respective division.

Game Spread

Eagles -2.0 (-110)
Vikings +2.0 (-110)

The Vikings have gone 5-2 SU against their last seven NFC East opponents and covered the spread against the Packers in week 1 as +2.5 underdogs.

During the regular seasons, the Vikings have won the last four of the two teams’ five matchups. Minnesota ended the 2021 season with an ATS record f 9-8 but covered three of the five games that they played on the road as the underdog.

Playing after a win, the Eagles have gone 3-5-1 ATS in 2021, giving legal NFL sports bettors the chance to win on the Vikings as underdogs in week 2.

Scoring Props for Week 2

The Vikings and Eagles both run efficient offensives and have some of the most explosive offensive players in the NFL. The Vikings up 23 points against the Packer’s defense in week 1 and the Eagles scored 38 on the Lions.

Both Teams to Score 25 Plus Points

During the 2021 season, the Vikings averaged 25.0 ppg but are now an offense-focused head coach in Kevin O’Connell for 2022. This offensive is led by Justin Jefferson, who hauled in 184 receiving yards on nine receptions. Sportsbooks with legal betting made Jefferson the favorite at +500 odds to record the most receiving TDs during the 2022 season.

The Eagles averaged 26.1 ppg in 2021 but have added more depth at wide receiver in AJ Brown over the offseason. Brown had his Philly debut in week 1 with 10 receptions and 155 yards and +1500 odds for most receiving yards in 2022.

Vikings Total TDs

Over 3.0 +115
Under 3.0 -150

Eagles Total TDs

Over 3.0 -110
Under 3.0 -120

The Eagle’s defense gave up five total touchdowns to the Lions on week 1 and two of them were TD passes from Jared Goff. Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson should have plenty of opportunities to connect in the endzone.

The Eagles also had no issue scoring TDs in week 1 but all five of them came off of the ground, with Jalen Hurts not throwing a single TD pass. The Vikings gave up 110 total rush yards and one TD to the Packers in week 1.

Will the Eagles Score in Every Quarter?

During their week 1 win in Detroit, the Eagles only scored in the second and third quarters. The Eagles scored in all four quarters in eight games total during the 2021 regular season.

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Ben Fiore

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