NFL Week 15, Eagles AT Bears

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Philadelphia Eagles -9 @ Chicago Bears 48.5



Eagles VS PASS 2 // VS RUSH 24 // PASS 4 // RUSH 1 // OVERALL 1

Bears VS PASS 31 // VS RUSH 29 // PASS 27 // RUSH 9 // OVERALL 29



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The Eagles come off yet another dominant win last week over the Giants, beating them 48-22. Jalen Hurts is looking to add an MVP to his list of accomplishments in his football career off another great game. Hurts has an 18 TD to 2 INT ratio over his last 10 games and has been getting it done on the ground as well lately averaging 83 yards rushing per game over his last 4 games. Miles Sanders has flashed big upside in two of his last three games rushing for 140+ and 2 touchdowns. With the injury to Dallas Goedert, it has been very easy to project where Hurts is going with the ball and that is to AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith. Last week both pass catchers found the endzone. AJ Brown has found the endzone in three games straight, while Smith has in his last two games.  Tight End Jack Stoll has 5 catches in his last 3 games but has not shown the upside that Goedert possessed.

The Chicago Bears fell yet again to the Green Bay Packers last week. Justin Fields led the team in both passing and rushing yards. He completed 20 of 25 passes for 254 yards and 2 interceptions while adding in 71 yards and a touchdown rushing. David Montgomery continues to see the bulk of the carries and has caught 3+ passes in his last 3 games. Chase Claypool caught 5 passes for 28 yards and lost a fumble. Tight end Cole Kmet continues to be Fields favorite target as he led the team in targets and catches going 6 for 72. Equanimeous St. Brown led the team in receiving yards catching 3 passes for 85 yards, including a 56-yard catch.

I expect to see another Philly route here as they are facing one of the worst defenses in the league while having one of the best offenses in the league. Attacking this offense from multiple angles by either stacking up Hurts with one of or both of Brown and Smith has been very profitable as of late. Playing Hurts with Sanders might be a little too thin, as they take away from each other too much. Sanders and the Philly defense is another correlation I will look to attack in this game. If I was going to play anyone from the Bears it would most likely just be either Fields or Montgomery. Teams have been able to expose the Eagles on the ground at times this season and Fields always holds great upside and should have a chance to rack up some garbage time stats late in this game.



Jalen Hurts, PHI – $8200 on DraftKings. The price tag may come off a little high here but he has scored over 30 DK points in 3 straight games and is easy to stack up.

DeVonta Smith, PHI – $6400 on DraftKings. Smith comes in at a $1600 discount to teammate AJ Brown who is also fully in play but I will elect to side with Smith here for the savings.

Miles Sanders, PHI – $6,500 on DraftKings. I expect Philly to get up big in this game, which should leave plenty of time for Sanders to milk the clock and he should be a favorite to find the endzone for the fourth straight game.


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