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Eytan Shander for Bookies.com

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Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets Picks & Betting Predictions

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The good news for the Eagles after dropping a tough one to the Giants last week is they don’t have to change venues. Meanwhile, the Jets are looking to continue to ride momentum from beating the Texans in Houston.

We see sportsbooks a little hesitant to give the Eagles the full 7 points on the road, a lot having to do with Jalen Hurts and his ankle injury. The Jets got the benefit coming off a win, as we saw a couple of NFL spreads hitting double-digits this week.

The biggest factor each week in any form of NFL betting is who is healthy. If Hurts can’t go, expect the line to drop even more in the Eagles favor. Philadelphia is the better team, playing with better talent. Meanwhile, the Jets seem to rotate their QB by the week, be it injury or play itself.

Take a look at Jets vs Eagles odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

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Eagles at Jets Key Matchups

Zach Wilson vs Eagles Pass Rush: The Eagles come into this game with the 11th-ranked passing defense in yardage and are getting to the opposing QB most of the time. Wilson isn’t great with pressure and might crumble if the Eagles turn it up.

Eagles O vs Eagles O: This is not a typo, much like Dallas Goedert and DeVante Smith combining for as many targets as Jalen Reagor. If the Eagles continue to neglect their top two targets, they will give the Jets an opening – much like with the Giants. It makes any of your NFL picks increasingly more difficult not knowing if stars are going to get targets.

Jets D vs Eagles Run Game: Nobody is enforcing its will on opposing teams like the Eagles run game, as it worked once again despite losing last week. The Jets defense has calmed down over the past two weeks, not giving up more than 24 points in each of those games. A departure from the previous four games, where they gave up at least 30 points in each of them.


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6 Key Eagles vs Jets Stats

21: Jalen Hurts has accounted for 21 total TDs this season: 13 in the air and 8 on the ground. Not having him would be a huge hit to the Eagles production.

458: Despite missing three games, Miles Sanders is still the team’s second-leading rusher and may see even more work against the Jets – pending his own ankle injury.

2: The Jets have held opponents under 20 points just twice this season. The season opener against the Carolina Panthers was one, and their most recent win against the Texans was the other.

23: Zach Wilson has been sacked 23 times this year in only 7 games played.

244: This is the difference in rushing yards between team-leader Michael Carter (430) and Ty Johnson (186). Carter is on the short-term IR and will miss this week’s game.

3-7-1: The Jets record for the Under. They see an average of just 41.5 points scored each game.

Eagles vs Jets Player Props

Miles Sanders Over 67.5 Rushing Yards

Odds: -115 at DraftKings ➜

Sanders may be one of only a pair of healthy running backs for the Eagles. The volume will be there as the team continues to rush for big yardage each week.


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Zach Wilson Over 33.5 Attempts

Odds: -110 at DraftKings ➜

Wilson and his offense will be down all game, in some cases by rather large margins. Safe to expect a lot of attempts, and a better chance of going over on attempts than completions.

Matt Ammendola Over 1.5 Field Goals

Odds: +160 at BetMGM ➜

Ammendola has had three attempts in his last two games – including hitting two last week against the Texans.


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Eagles at Jets Moneyline

The Eagles don’t need Jalen Hurts to beat the Jets, especially after last week’s circumstances surrounding both teams. A bad Jets team comes home after a huge road win, only to let down and be reminded as to why they are 3-8 on the year. The Eagles lose in uncharacteristic fashion, needlessly abandoning the run and continuing to ask Hurts to throw the ball – despite three first-half interceptions.

These are outlier performances that led to the Eagles losing and the Jets winning, something that easily regresses back this week. The Eagles are still winners of three of their last five and look different than earlier in the season. The Jets defense is still awful against the pass, despite holding Tyrod Taylor and the lowly Texans to very little.

The upset for the Eagles at MetLife happened last week; don’t bet on it happening again.


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Eagles at Jets Points Spread

Take it for what it’s worth, but betting sites are refusing to give the Eagles that extra half-point, pushing the line up to 7. There was early money coming in a line below that key number, but now it’s dipping with concerns that Hurts might not play through an ankle injury.

We already know the Jets and how bad their situation is. It’s a large number but not too difficult to clear for the Eagles – even without Hurts. The Birds will run, ru, and run on the Jets, allowing for longer drives. The Eagles have also broken some big runs on the ground, that’s what happens when you run 50+ times a game. Philadelphia should keep this at 10-13 points for the most part before pulling away.


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Eagles at Jets Totals

Once again, the Eagles find themselves in the confines of MetLife – dealing with a couple of factors that help trend toward the under. It’s still workable at 45 and hasn’t dipped too far at all. The strongest reasons to play the under are the Eagles need a win, will do it by reverting back to the ground game and are on the road.

We see a lot of NFL teams – the heavier the favorite the better – do whatever they can late in games to get out of town with a win. That usually means control the clock and bleed out the home team’s defense. Philadelphia isn’t out for style points to impress some playoff committee; they just need a win after last week.

The Jets will fight, but they aren’t geared to air it out either, hence the lower scoring games at home. The best bet on the board is going Under 45.


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About the Author

Eytan Shander for Bookies.com
Eytan Shander
Eytan Shander writes about the NFL, NBA and more for Bookies.com. A 15-year radio veteran, he has worked nationally for Mad Dog Radio & NBC Sports Radio.
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