Will Jalen Hurts Run One In vs. Washington? Eagles Team and Player Props for Tuesday Night

The Eagles host Washington Tuesday night and DraftKings is offering a smattering of Jalen Hurts and other team and player props.

With the Philadelphia Eagles coming off a bye week, fans will gather at Lincoln Financial Field and cheer on quarterback Jalen Hurts as he leads the team into a pivotal divisional match-up with Washington on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

At the start of last week, we didn’t know if (or when) the game would happen, and if Hurts would return to the lineup.

Now, fans and bettors are ready for a rare Tuesday night game with huge playoff implications. With three weeks to heal an ankle injury sustained in Week 12, Jalen Hurts looks likely to start against Washington Tuesday. The West Coast market gets Seahawks vs. Rams at the same start time.

Here’s a rundown on the odds and prop bets available for Washington vs. Eagles at the best PA sports betting apps.

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Eagles vs. Washington Week 15 odds, game preview

As of mid-day Tuesday, the Pennsylvania sportsbooks have the Eagles around a 6.5-point favorite and the points total set around 41.5 (41 at DraftKings).

Assuming he does indeed get the start Tuesday, Hurts will be trying to bounce back from his worst performance of the season, where he threw three INTs in a 13-7 loss to the Giants. Despite the turnovers, he drove the Eagles in position to steal the game but couldn’t connect for the TD late in the fourth.

Since the loss in Las Vegas, Hurts has failed to crack 200 yards passing in a game. However, he has rushed the ball more and served as a game manager, sparking the Eagles’ impressive ground game. In his short appearance against Washington in Week 17 last year, Hurts went 7 for 20 for 72 yards and a pick but rushed in two scores before sitting out the second half.

With Washington suffering a coronavirus outbreak, the Eagles enter this crucial game as increasing favorites at home. A win would possibly bump them into the final wild-card spot currently held by the Football Team.

Eagles team lines and props vs. Washington

With many players still out and a number of unknowns surrounding the matchup, some will opt to bet on team props, but you’ll still find some player props (and even more closer to kick-off).

Here are some prop odds to consider at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Eagles team props

  • Eagles team total points: O 23.5 (-125)/U 23.5 (-105)
  • Team TDs: O 2.5 (-135) / U 2.5 (-105)
  • 1st to score: Eagles -155
  • Last to score: Eagles -160
  • First Half Spread: Eagles -3.5 (-115)
  • First Half total points: O 20.5 (+100) / U 20.5 (-120)

Jalen Hurts props vs. Washington

  • Jalen Hurts passing yards: O 193.5 (-115) / U 193.5 (-115)
  • Hurts passing TDs: O 1.5 (+145) / U 1.5 (-195)
  • Hurts rushing yards: O 44.5 (-115) / U 44.5 (-115)
  • Anytime TD scorer: +120
  • First TD scorer: +750

Other Eagles player props

  • Miles Sanders rushing yards: O 55.5 (-120) / U 55.5 (-110)
  • Dallas Goedert receiving yards: O 47.5 (-115) / U 47.5 (-115)
  • DeVonta Smith receiving yards: O 47.5 (-115) / U 47.5 (-115)
  • Quez Watkins receiving yards: O 26.5 (-120) / U 26.5 (-110)

You can also wager on (or combine in a parlay) anytime TD scorers. Here are odds on some Eagles:

  • Sanders: +110
  • Goedert: +150
  • Smith: +165
  • Jordan Howard: +175
  • Kenneth Gainwell: +310
  • Eagles Defense: +400
  • Jalen Reagor: +450
  • Quez Watkins: +450
  • Boston Scott: +500
  • Greg Ward: +1400
  • J.J. Arcega-Whiteside: +1800

As of Tuesday afternoon, Hurts is not listed on the injury report and he was listed as a full participant in practice Friday and Saturday. If he doesn’t play, the books SHOULD void any bets on his prop bets. Keyword: should.

We saw sportsbooks refuse to void the Over bets this weekend when Carolina kicker Zane Gonzales got injured during the warm-up in Buffalo. To cover your bases, we advise checking the injury report before putting in your prop bets at PA sportsbooks.

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Top Five NFL Most Vocal Fanbases: Where Do Steelers And Eagles Fans Rank?

The most vocal and fervent NFL fan bases add value to their teams and affect betting lines. Eagles and Steelers crowds are among the loudest.

Home field advantage starts in the stands. With the fans.

All the excitement and the energy can sometimes influence the outcome on the field.

That’s why many people believe home field is worth about three points that are built into each betting line.

Consider the betting spreads from this Sunday’s NFL games. DraftKings Sportsbook has the Eagles as 7-point favorites against the Washington Football Team in Philly. And the Steelers are only 1.5-point underdogs against the 9-4 Titans at Heinz Field.

Certainly, the Pennsylvania fans in the stands are worth a few points. But where would they rank against the rest of the league?

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Most vocal (and valuable) fan bases in the NFL

Here’s a ranking of the NFL’s most vocal fan bases. And yes, perhaps Pennsylvania’s home crowds have influenced us too.

5. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium is often considered one of the toughest places to play in the entire league. Kansas City fans are certainly passionate and spirited. According to ESPN’s attendance stats, the Chiefs average above a sellout for each home game this season, with their home attendance listed at 100.4% on the season.

That means fans are consistently filling up every seat in the stadium and adding to their numbers with a standing-room-only crowd too. Just so they can cheer on their Chiefs – and maybe torment the visiting team too.

Super Bowl odds (all pricing provided by DraftKings Sportsbook): +500

4. Green Bay Packers

Go Pack, Go!

If there was ever any doubt about the dedication of Packers fans, just take a glimpse at the weather. Green Bay fans often brave some brutal late-season temperatures to root for their team, which has the distinction of being in the smallest city among all NFL franchises.

However, you would never know that based on the attendance figures. ESPN’s stats have Green Bay with the second-highest average home attendance this season, drawing approximately 78,032 fans per game. Clearly, whatever Green Bay may lack in market size, the Packers fans make up for in fervor.

Super Bowl odds: +650

3. Dallas Cowboys

How bout them Cowboys?!

It doesn’t matter what state you live in, you can’t make it very far without running into a Dallas Cowboys fan. Dallas has been one of the NFL’s most iconic franchises since the 1970s and has held onto that status even though the on-field results are often mixed.

Dallas fans are both loud and loyal. According to an ESPN attendance stat, the Cowboys lead the league this year in average attendance drawing 93,404 fans on average per home game. Their attendance rate is also listed at an impressive 93.4%.

Super Bowl odds: +1200

2. Pittsburgh Steelers

The mere mention of Steelers fans spawns images of Terrible Towels twirling in a stadium. Thanks to the team’s storied success in the 1970s, when football was making some of its early forays into television, Pittsburgh’s fan base is truly nationwide.

In fact, the team’s Week 11 game in Los Angeles felt at times like a home game, with a healthy number of Steelers fans waving towels inside SoFi Stadium. And you can certainly expect a raucous crowd inside Heinz Field on Sunday when the Steelers host the Titans at 1 p.m.

Super Bowl odds: +20000

1.  Philadelphia Eagles

Any legitimate ranking of the NFL’s most vocal fans has to put the Eagles near the top, right? After all, this is the fan base that became famous for booing Santa Claus. And if that wasn’t enough, fans threw snowballs at him too. Eagles fans are unmistakably loud – and perhaps occasionally hostile too. But there’s no denying their passion.

Philadelphia’s average attendance for its home games at Lincoln Financial Field is at 99.9% for the season. And with the team on the edge of the NFL playoff race, there will be some spirited fans in the stadium when the Eagles play Washington at 1 p.m. on Sunday. The Washington Football Team will certainly hear from them too and you can bet the line reflects a strong home field advantage.

Super Bowl odds: +10000

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