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    Fri, Sep 1512:15 am UTCLincoln Financial Field
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    Minnesota
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    MIN
    Last 5 ATS
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    ATS7-7
    O/U7-10-0
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    Philadelphia
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    O/U9-8-0
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    Expert Picks

    Point SpreadPhiladelphia -5.5 -115
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    +907
    19-9 in Last 28 NFL Picks
    +527
    12-6 in Last 18 NFL ATS Picks
    Bob's Analysis:

    Philadelphia did not look good against the Patriots. Both teams are struggling with injuries, Philadelphia on the defensive side and the Vikings on the offensive side. Even with those injuries to their secondary, Philadelphia should be ready to go for their home opener and bounce back from their sluggish performance at Foxborough.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 11:50 pm UTC
    Point SpreadPhiladelphia -6 -110
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    Adam's Analysis:

    There are two units in trouble Thursday night: Eagles secondary and Vikings offensive line. We already saw how Minnesota struggled to protect Kirk Cousins, and even though Philadelphia blitzes far less than Tampa Bay, time in the pocket will be an issue. Meanwhile, Philadelphia had major problems with Mac Jones and New England's lackluster WRs last week; what's going to happen with Justin Jefferson and Jordan Addison? The key: pressuring Cousins enough so Darius Slay can keep Jefferson from releasing. The Eagles cannot be happy with their Week 1 performance, and with the fast turnaround, they have a chance to quickly put that to bed. Meanwhile, the Vikings D was solid last week, yet they still lost ... and the Bucs are not the Eagles.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 10:57 pm UTC
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    Anytime Touchdown ScorerJalen Hurts Anytime Touchdown Scorer -114
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    Josh's Analysis:

    This feels like value price for Hurts to find the end zone following an uneven performance for the QB and his offense in Week 1. Last season, Hurts racked up 390 total yards and three TDs against the Vikings, with 57 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Look for Hurts to call his own number near the goal line and pay off this prop.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 10:48 pm UTC
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    Total Rushing + Receiving YardsD'Andre Swift OVER 55.5 Total Rushing + Receiving Yards -127
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    Unit1.0
    +1770.5
    67-39 in Last 106 NFL Player Props Picks
    Erik's Analysis:

    No Kenneth Gainwell makes me a Swifty. He will be part of the gameplan both rushing and receiving.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 10:48 pm UTC
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    Total ReceptionsK.J. Osborn UNDER 3.5 Total Receptions -179
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    +1770.5
    67-39 in Last 106 NFL Player Props Picks
    Erik's Analysis:

    Osborn is on the field for a lot of snaps, partially because he is a good blocker, but is not targeted as much as you might think. Jordan Addison is emerging. Deep throws will not be a huge part of the gameplan. Osborn goes Under.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 10:45 pm UTC
    Over / UnderUNDER 49 -110
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    Erik's Analysis:

    Minnesota’s D is the same scheme that stifled the Eagles last week. The Vikings just don’t have the same personnel as New England. And the Minnesota offensive line is banged up. Under.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 10:41 pm UTC
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    Anytime Touchdown ScorerJalen Hurts Anytime Touchdown Scorer -115
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    74-54 in Last 128 NFL Player Props Picks
    Alex's Analysis:

    Jalen Hurts is a TD scoring machine and the Eagles love utilizing his rushing ability in the redzone. Hurts finished 2nd in the NFL in rushing TDs with 13 despite appearing in only 15 games last season. I like his chances of getting into the endzone tonight, especially since the Eagles are without their top RB in Kenneth Gainwell.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 9:10 pm UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsJordan Addison OVER 42.5 Total Receiving Yards -127
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    Larry's Analysis:

    This should be a higher-scoring game than we saw from the Vikings in Week 1, with the Eagles down several defensive starters including corner James Bradberry and safety Reed Blankenship. They are thin at corner behind Darius Slay. Minnesota rookie wideout Jordan Addison caught four of six targets for 61 yards and a touchdown in his debut. Look for the USC product to notch 50-plus yards in a potential TNF shootout.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 9:01 pm UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsT.J. Hockenson UNDER 48.5 Total Receiving Yards -101
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    Zack's Analysis:

    In week one one of the more disappointing teams was the Minnesota Vikings. At home they lost as close to seven points favorites to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With just four days since the loss expect the offense to still be an issue. TJ Hockenson had just thirty five yards in week one, and I’m expecting another subpar outing to go under his receiving yards.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 8:55 pm UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsJordan Addison OVER 42.5 Total Receiving Yards -127
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    Zack's Analysis:

    With most NFL teams struggling to throw the football down the field, the Minnesota Vikings are not. They have one of the top deep ball threats in Justin Jefferson, but also have rookie Jordan Addison. Addison had a chunk play for thirty nine yards week one, and should be in line for another solid night tonight. Take his over.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 8:54 pm UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsJordan Addison OVER 42.5 Total Receiving Yards -127
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    Todd's Analysis:

    Minnesota's Justin Jefferson has a true No. 2 sidekick who can strike fear into defenses in the rookie Addison. In last year's win over the Vikings, Philly made neutralizing JJ a focal point and could do that because there were minimal concerns about Adam Thielen hurting the Eagles for big plays. Kirk Cousins was 1-for-5 for 7 yards and two interceptions on passes to Jefferson when Pro Bowl CB Darius Slay was the closest defender. If Slay travels with Jefferson tonight as likely, it's a next man up approach for the Vikes, and Philadelphia is missing James Bradberry and Reed Blankenship in the secondary.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 6:30 pm UTC
    Point SpreadPhiladelphia -6 -110
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    Micah's Analysis:

    The key to this game to me is the Eagles pass rush against a banged-up Vikings offensive line, and I think Vikings QB Kirk Cousins is going to have trouble as he did in last season's 24-7 loss to the Eagles. The home team always has an edge on a short week and the Vikings running game never got going last week. I’m on the Eagles to cover.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 5:38 pm UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsJustin Jefferson OVER 93.5 Total Receiving Yards -118
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    +80
    2-1 in Last 3 NFL Player Props Picks
    Tom's Analysis:

    Are you in a fantasy league? Did Justin Jefferson go first in your draft? Do you think that happened because he averaged 93 yards per game? No, he cracks 100 with a tuddy nearly every week. The Eagles won last week but had problems covering Kendrick Bourne. What's the most uncoverable WR in the game going to do?

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 5:08 pm UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsDallas Goedert OVER 46.5 Total Receiving Yards -154
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    +566
    36-25 in Last 61 NFL Player Props Picks
    Eric's Analysis:

    This is a lot of juice to lay for a guy who caught zero passes on one target in the opener. But last year the same thing happened to Devonta Smith in Philadelphia's opener and he posted a 7-80 line the following week. Against Minnesota in Week 2 last season, Goedert had five catches for 82 yards and was the Eagles' leading receiver that night. A bounce back is in order for the Eagles tight end in Week 2.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 4:58 am UTC
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    Anytime Touchdown ScorerJalen Hurts Anytime Touchdown Scorer -105
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    Eric's Analysis:

    Last season, Jalen Hurts rushed for 18 touchdowns in 18 games (including the postseason), the most all-time for a quarterback in a single season. He scored at least one rushing touchdown in 12 of those games, including two against the Vikings last year. Hurts also acted as the Eagles' default goal line option, scoring 14 times from inside the five yard line. Expect him to get on the scoreboard on Thursday night and nearly even money odds.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 4:55 am UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsA.J. Brown OVER 73.5 Total Receiving Yards -119
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    36-25 in Last 61 NFL Player Props Picks
    Sia's Analysis:

    The Vikings made some additions to their secondary in the off-season, but it didn't seem to pay off in Week 1. We know that the Eagles have a very concentrated target distribution, but it was even better than expected for Brown in Week 1 as he had a 33% target share and a 60% air yard share. I expect more of the same against an aggressive Brian Flores defense which will take some gambles that won't pay off. The Eagles have some injuries in their secondary and at the running back position. Both factors, from a game flow standpoint, are likely to lead to more passing and more AJ Brown usage.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 4:02 am UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsA.J. Brown OVER 74.5 Total Receiving Yards -119
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    Mackenzie's Analysis:

    This is the right matchup for AJ Brown. We're talking about a Vikings defense that helped Daniel Jones lock in a contract extension, take with that what you will. They ranked 2nd to last in opponent passing yards last season, allowing 266.9 per game. Brown makes up 33.4% of the Eagles' receiving yards, which would imply an 89-yard game given the Viking's 226.9 opponent YPG. The model has him projected at 84 yards. Look for him to exploit this Viking's secondary.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 1:27 am UTC
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    Total Receiving YardsT.J. Hockenson OVER 49.5 Total Receiving Yards -119
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    Alex's Analysis:

    I like this spot for TJ Hockenson against an Eagles defense who struggle covering the middle of the field and tight ends. Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki combined for 8 receptions and 92 yards in week 1. The Eagles are down multiple linebackers.

    Pick Made: Sep 13, 11:10 pm UTC
    Point SpreadMinnesota +6.5 -115
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    Mike's Analysis:

    The line has limbo'ed under a touchdown with two Eagles DBs (James Bradberry, Reed Blankenship) declared out. Philly also could be down a regular LB. The offense under new O.C. Todd Monken fired on barely a few cylinders in the opener, and the absence of another injured Eagle (RB Kenneth Gainwell) adds to the concerns there. The Vikings' offense was better than the score (20-17) indicated; it outgained Tampa Bay's by 123 yards. While a seven-point spot would be ideal, Minnesota backers can live with the 6.5.

    Pick Made: Sep 13, 11:10 pm UTC
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    Total Passing YardsJalen Hurts UNDER 251.5 Total Passing Yards -115
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    Matt's Analysis:

    SportsLine now has AI projections for each game and that was hugely profitable in Week 1, so we'll try one on Hurts considering the AI has him for less than 200 yards passing. He was held to 170 in Week 1 against the Patriots. Their defense is better than Minnesota's, but the Vikings' unit did look much improved in the opener in holding Baker Mayfield to just 173 yards. Hurts topped this number in only 5 regular-season games in 2022 when he averaged 246.7 passing yards per contest, although he did throw for more than 300 against Minnesota. Half-unit play because AI is already busy running Skynet and Pied Piper, so who knows how much time it actually took to compute Hurts' yards.

    Pick Made: Sep 13, 11:02 pm UTC
    Over / UnderUNDER 49.5 -115
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    11-7-1 in Last 19 NFL Picks
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    5-2 in Last 7 NFL O/U Picks
    Mike's Analysis:

    I like the Under 49.5 on the short week when the Eagles will likely be without Kenneth Gainwell, who is a valuable asset in the ground game and catching passes out of the backfield. The Eagles' defense is legit, and I expect it to show up at home after a somewhat disappointing start to the season in New England. Kirk Cousins hasn't exactly been elite in primetime games, and I expect that trend to continue against a quality opponent in a tough road environment. The Eagles should dominate possession here and grind out a win. My pick is the Under.

    Pick Made: Sep 13, 6:13 pm UTC
    Point SpreadPhiladelphia -7 -110
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    Emory's Analysis:

    Any Eagles game starts and ends with the point of attack, and how good is the opponent in that capacity. The Vikings are a bit banged up in that regard on the offensive line and face a treacherous defensive front, especially on the interior. With no true run game to combat that potential pressure, expect this game to look a lot like last year's matchup vs Philly.

    Pick Made: Sep 13, 3:31 pm UTC
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    Total Passing TouchdownsJalen Hurts OVER 1.5 Total Passing Touchdowns -145
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    Larry's Analysis:

    The weather will be perfect Thursday night. So is the matchup for Jalen Hurts facing blitz-happy Vikings defensive coordinator Brian Flores. It was just last season in Week 8 when Hurts faced a Flores defense at home. In that 35-13 Eagles win over Pittsburgh, Hurts burned the blitz for three of his four passing touchdowns. Flores blitzed Hurts 60 percent of the time in that game, per Clevanalytics, and he blitzed Baker Mayfield an NFL-high 50 percent of the time last Sunday. Minnesota registered only one sack and two QB hits in the loss to the Buccaneers, with Mayfield posting a 94.4 passer rating.

    Pick Made: Sep 13, 3:54 am UTC
    Point SpreadPhiladelphia -6.5 -115
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    50-27-2 in Last 79 NFL Picks
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    Matt's Analysis:

    This just dropped under 7 at DraftKings so we'll grab it. The Vikings might be ready for a huge step back in 2023 after losing at home Week 1 to Baker Mayfield and the Bucs. Perhaps the Eagles had their Super Bowl Loser Hangover for the final three quarters Sunday in New England as they didn't play well -- but still held on. Last year in Week 2 in Philly in primetime, the Vikes lost by 17. We all know Kirk Cousins' trends at night ...

    Pick Made: Sep 12, 9:54 pm UTC
    Point SpreadMinnesota +7.5 -105
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    R.J.'s Analysis:

    The Eagles took care of business in Foxborough while the Vikings were upset by the Bucs, but I'm not sure I trust the final score of either game. The Pats moved the ball through the air easily and didn't allow the Eagles offense to do much after the first two drives, especially once they got in scoring range. The Vikings defense looked much better than last year and Justin Jefferson still looks uncoverable. I'll go against the Kirk Cousins Primetime trend and take Minnesota to keep this close, potentially with a backdoor cover.

    Pick Made: Sep 11, 3:19 pm UTC

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    Cam Akers
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    James Lynch
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    Malik Knowles
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    Jalen Nailor
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    Oli Udoh
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    Byron Murphy
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    Brian O'Neill
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    Ed Ingram
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    Theo Jackson
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    Roderick Johnson
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    Justin Evans
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    Shaun Bradley
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    Albert Okwuegbunam
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    Nakobe Dean
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    Britain Covey
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    Julio Jones
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    Darius Slay
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    A.J. Brown
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    Reed Blankenship
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    Sydney Brown
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