Week 12 Same Game Parlay for Monday Night Football: Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles (+2682)

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We’ve got an interesting Monday Night Football matchup here as the flailing 3-6-1 Philadelphia Eagles host the 7-3 Seattle Seahawks. Both teams are fighting for first place in their divisions despite their radically different records.

The Seahawks are coming off a big win over the Cardinals, while the Eagles suffered yet another ugly loss at the hands of the Browns. With a brutal schedule coming up, this feels like something of a last stand for Philadelphia in the NFC East.

A same game parlay with FanDuel or PointsBet offers bettors the chance for a huge payout and enhances the excitement of this high-stakes matchup. You can check out our full preview of the game, which features picks on the side and total, as well as our best player props and daily fantasy advice.

Philadelphia Eagles -6.5 alternate spread (+460)

Dallas Goedert to score a touchdown (+290)

Russell Wilson over 287.5 passing yards (-110)

Parlay odds: +2682

If the Eagles win this game by a touchdown or more, then I think it’s very likely this parlay cashes at north of 26/1. Let’s dive into the plays one by one.

Philadelphia Eagles -6.5 alternate spread

I’m not so sure the Eagles win this game, but if they do this parlay has a very good chance to cash. Obviously this game is essentially the Eagles’ season, with Washington and the Giants both getting to four wins this past week. Their schedule is insanely tough coming up and they need to win this game, so expect an all-out effort here. Philly is reportedly finally going to get Jalen Hurts more involved here, which could help open up the offense. Their defense still has the talent up front to get after Russell Wilson, and even Carson Wentz should be able to move the offense against a Seattle secondary that has been an absolute sieve this year. Playing at home in primetime, if there were ever a spot the Eagles would show up, it’s this one.

Dallas Goedert to score a touchdown

If the Eagles are winning this game by at least a touchdown, then Goedert almost certainly had a big day. After two weeks of being eased back in from his ankle injury, Goedert went off for 77 yards and a score last week. Zach Ertz isn’t going to play here, ensuring Goedert is the top tight end in an offense that features the position. The Eagles don’t have much consistency at outside receiver right now, and if Wentz (or Hurts) throw a couple of touchdowns, Goedert is a good bet to catch one of them.

Russell Wilson over 287.5 passing yards (-110)

Wilson having over 287 passing yards certainly doesn’t contradict these first two bets. If anything, if the Eagles are up big, it will just ensure the Seahawks are passing a ton in the second half and Wilson will get more attempts. Philly’s secondary hasn’t been good this season, and they just placed slot corner Cre’Von LeBlanc on injured reserve. The Eagles just gave up 9.3 yards per attempt to Baker Mayfield in a game with horrible weather, and 8.7 yards per attempt to Daniel Jones the week before that. Obviously neither of those guys are in the same stratosphere as Wilson, who also has the luxury of having D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett at his disposal.

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