Saturday night during NFL Divisional Playoffs weekend sees the New York Giants heading into Philadelphia for an NFC East showdown. With the Eagles off a bye but the Giants playing their best football of the season, betting interest is coming in on both sides this week. That includes Giants vs. Eagles SGP bets. We have gathered the best Same Game Parlay promos, and I will provide the betting angles I am looking at in this game.
With such a wide variety of possibilities in store, we will focus on best practices and a correlated SGP. For a full preview of this game, including weather, injuries, and offense vs. defense stats, check out our Eagles vs. Giants preview.
Giants vs. Eagles Odds
Giants vs. Eagles Same Game Parlay Promos
FanDuel is offering a No Sweat Same Game Parlay. Opt in under the promos section on the sportsbook app and place a 3+ leg SGP or SGP+ with cash on any NFL divisional round game(s). If your bet loses, get up to $5 in bonus bets back. So take a shot and bet $5 on a Jaguars or Chiefs same game parlay, knowing you have those bonus bets in your back pocket.
This is the SGP promo we would recommend most this weekend, as it carries the least risk.
BetMGM One Game Parlay Insurance
DraftKings Sportsbook Stepped Up SGP
Opt-in under the Promos tab on the DK Sportsbook app and receive four Stepped Up tokens for NFL same game parlays, one for each divisional round game. Tokens can be used on cash pre-game 3+ leg NFL SGPs. The boost depends on how many legs your SGP has:3 legs: 20%
- 4 legs: 25%
- 5 legs: 30%
- 6 legs: 40%
- 7 legs: 50%
- 8 legs: 65%
- 9 legs: 80%
- 10+ legs: 100%
Giants vs. Eagles SGP Strategy
With the Giants as just over a touchdown underdog, they’re not going to be able to rely on as many rushing plays, at least traditional ones, while the Eagles will, in theory, be much more run heavy in a positive game script. With all that in mind, making sure our SGP options line up well is crucial.
Leg 1: Daniel Jones Over 39.5 Rushing Yards
This is a good place to start, because as underdogs, the Giants will have to line up in passing formations a lot in this game, in all likelihood. That said, a passing formation is not the same as a passing play, and Jones did a lot of damage on the ground against Minnesota, especially early on in the game. With a likely higher dose of designed runs, Jones should cross this.
Leg 2: Jalen Hurts Over 44.5 Rushing Yards
Lane Johnson is playing in this game, but coming back from injury. Any weakness on that OL will mean Jalen Hurts has to scramble more, meaning his Over of 44.5 rushing yards makes a lot of sense here too. Hurts didn’t rush much against the Giants in Week 18, but that was his first game back from injury and also against a Giants squad that was functionally conceding the game. Before that, the Eagles pivot covered in three of the last four, only failing to do so in their blowout over Tennessee. Unless this gets ugly early solely through the air, he should get the number.
Leg 3: A.J. Brown Over 59.5 Receiving Yards
Lastly in terms of props, AJ Brown Over his yardage total makes a ton of sense in this spot. The Eagles didn’t trade a first-round pick for Brown to not be their No. 1 weapon when the time comes, and the combination of his deep shot tendencies and his ability to catch everything in his radius means he will get the volume. Throw in the fact the Giants refused to double cover Justin Jefferson in either of their two matchups is a decent sign that they won’t bend their defense to stop Brown.
Those three props pay out +285, but if you were to add Eagles ML you would get to +400. If Eagles ML doesn’t get you to the required +400 for a promo, try an alt-spread at -2.5 or lower. Obviously, as north of a touchdown favorite the Eagles are overwhelmingly likely to win this game, and it correlates well with the idea that Hurts and Brown will have big games and Jones will be doing the brunt of the rushing work