[The Duel will come out with a $10 parlay angle every day, tracking success on a rolling seven-day span. In the last seven days, The Duel staff has gone 1-6 in parlay bets with a -$28.76 payout differential. Overall, we're -$146.23].
Game 1: Philadelphia Eagles (+7, -115) @ New Orleans Saints (-7, -105), 4:25 p.m. EST
Even though Sunday's late-afternoon game down in the
This Eagles team resembles nothing of last year. They’re out of sync. Doug Pederson’s balls have shriveled to raisins.— I Don’t Know. (@IgglesCoverage) November 17, 2018
But we have learned not to doubt Doug in big moments. He’s proven to meet challenges, and I expect that to remain the case.
Eagles 38, Saints 35.
That means the red-hot Saints and Drew Brees are getting two fewer points to cover on the other side of that line at home in with a huge advantage. You have to like New Orleans in the dome by seven or more.
Game 2: Minnesota Vikings (+2.5, -105) @ Chicago Bears (-2.5, -115), 4:25 p.m. EST
The Bears have been rolling on both sides of the ball lately, outscoring opponents 54-7 in the first halves of their last two games. With the kind of offensive success Mitchell Trubisky has been seeing under Chicago head coach Matt Nagy's offense, the Bears looked positioned to win this one by at least three points.
Bears-Vikings already off to a hot start in Wrigleyville pic.twitter.com/dXe29uOaTx— Red Line Radio (@RedLineRadio) November 18, 2018
Not to mention with the kind of defensive prowess Khalil Mack has helped spur on that side of the ball this season too.
$10 Parlay Payout = $26.50
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