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Eagles vs Giants prediction, props, odds: Top-rated NFL expert reveals player prop bet picks for Week 12

R.J. White has just revealed his NFL prop bet picks for New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles
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The Philadelphia Eagles (5-6) travel to MetLife Stadium to take on the New York Giants (3-7) in a key Week 12 NFL game on Sunday, November 28. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. ET. The Eagles are favored by 3.5 points in the latest Eagles vs. Giants odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 45.5 points. In addition to the Giants vs Eagles point spread and Week 12 NFL betting lines, Caesars is also offering a plethora of prop bet options for this matchup between NFC East rivals, and SportsLine expert R.J. White has just revealed his top plays.

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White, a CBS Sports fantasy and gambling editor, ended the 2020 season on an 80-59 run on all NFL picks, returning more than $1,400 during that span. He also enters Week 12 as SportsLine's No. 5 rated NFL expert, going 55-44-2 (+800) on his last 101 NFL ATS picks. It's no surprise, as White has cashed huge twice in the world's most prestigious football handicapping competition, the Las Vegas SuperContest. Anyone who has followed his picks has seen HUGE returns.

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Now, White has locked in on Giants vs. Eagles and just revealed his top three prop bet picks for this Week 12 NFL matchup.

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Evan Engram Over 39.5 receiving yards (-115)

"At first glance, this seems like a high total for a player that had games of 15 and 12 yards in two of his last three appearances, but this matchup sets up well for the tight end to have a big day. First off, the Giants got rid of Jason Garrett, and a fresh playcaller will likely already be looking to get a receiver like Engram more involved in the passing game. Then you throw in an Eagles defense giving up more receptions (81) and yards (811) to tight ends than any other team in the league, and a Giants receiving corps expected to be down both Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney, and you have a player in Engram primed for a big day. Plan on sprinkling a small play on him scoring a TD at +220 (or even two or more TDs at +2000 for those feeling bold), but Over on his yardage and receptions props figures to be one of the better plays of Sunday, regardless of game."

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Miles Sanders Over 65.5 rushing yards (-125)

"The Eagles only played Sanders on 46% of the offensive snaps in his return, but that doesn't mean they took it easy on the running back, as he racked up 94 rushing yards on 16 carries in a game where the Eagles ran the ball 50 times. While you can't count on a repeat from the team as a whole, there's a chance Sanders could see 16 carries or more in this game after the offense lost Jordan Howard to injury. At this point, it's clear the Eagles are going to run the ball until someone shows they can stop them, and while the Giants haven't given up big rushing totals of late, they haven't really played any teams trying to run it heavily. I love going Over on Boston Scott rushing yards as well if you can find that prop in the low 20, but either way, expect a lot of running once again from Philadelphia."

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Daniel Jones Under 17.5 rushing yards (-115)

"It's possible the change in offensive coordinators will result in more designed runs for Jones so he can use his legs, but he hasn't been getting it done on the ground lately. The Giants quarterback has topped this total just once in his last six games after rushing for at least 27 yards in each of his first four games. But even if he tries to use his legs more, there's no guarantee it'll work. After all, the Eagles defense practices against Jalen Hurts week in and week out, so they have plenty of familiarity defending mobile quarterbacks. Maybe that's why they're allowing just over 10 rushing yards per game to QBs on the year despite facing a good number who won't hesitate to take off. Only two QBs have topped this total against the Eagles all year, and none since Patrick Mahomes in Week 4." 

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