3 Best Prop Bets for Giants vs Eagles NFC Divisional Game (Saquon Barkley Builds on Impressive Performance)

3 Best Prop Bets for Giants vs Eagles NFC Divisional Game (Saquon Barkley Builds on Impressive Performance)


The NFL Playoffs continue on Saturday night with an NFC East rivalry match in the Divisional Round between the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles have already beaten the Giants twice this season, but can New York finally vanquish its division rivals when it counts?

Here's a look at the best prop bets for this Giants vs Eagles rematch, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.

Giants vs Eagles Playoff Prop Bets

1. Jalen Hurts - Anytime Touchdown Scorer (-120)

There aren't too many NFL quarterbacks you can feel comfortable betting on to score a rushing touchdown, but Hurts is one of them. The Eagles' dual-threat QB racked up 13 TDs on the ground in 15 games this year, including one against the Giants in Week 14. With his throwing shoulder potentially compromised by a late-season injury, don't be surprised if he opts to run it in himself when he gets down near the goal line.

2. Saquon Barkley - Anytime Touchdown Scorer (-105)

While there were concerns about Barkley slowing down during the second half of the season, he was back to his old explosive self in the Wild Card Round. The former No. 2 overall pick gashed the Minnesota Vikings for 109 scrimmage yards and a pair of touchdowns in his postseason debut, setting him up for a strong follow-up performance. Barkley has racked up 12 touchdowns in 17 games this year and will remain heavily involved in New York's offense, especially in the red zone. That makes him a good bet to find the end zone again, especially against Philly's pedestrian run defense.

3. Miles Sanders - Rushing Yards: Under 67.5 (-110)

Sanders had a terrific campaign for Philadelphia, but he started to fade down the stretch. He averaged just 50,3 rushing yards over his final four games to close out the year and has gone under this total in seven of his last nine games. The biggest concern lately for Sanders has been his volume, as he's received more than 12 carries just once in his last four contests. If that trend continues, it's going to be tough for him to post a high yardage total against New York.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.