Vikings vs. Eagles odds, spread, line: Monday Night Football picks, predictions from the NFL model which is 139-98


The Philadelphia Eagles welcome the Minnesota Vikings to Lincoln Financial Field in the second half of a Monday Night Football doubleheader. The Eagles opened the season with a 38-35 win over the Detroit Lions, while the Vikings also started the campaign with a 23-7 win over the Green Bay Packers. Both teams are aiming for their first 2-0 start since the 2016 season. The game marks the first meeting between the Eagles and Vikings since 2019.

Kick-off is at 8:30 p.m. ET in Philadelphia. Caesars Sportsbook lists the Eagles as home favorites at 2.5 points, while the over/under, or total points Vegas expects to be scored, is 50.5 in the Vikings vs. eagles. Before you see Eagles vs. Vikings choose, you must see the NFL predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s advanced computer simulation model.

The model that every NFL game 10,000 times, has increased over $7,500 for $100 of the highest rated players NFL Picks since its inception. The model enters Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season with an incredible 139-98 run on the top-rated NFL Picks dating from the 2017 season.

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Now the model has set his sights on Vikings vs. Eagles and just locked in his picks and NFL predictions. You can now go to SportsLine to see the model choices. Now here are several NFL Odds and betting lines for Vikings vs. Eagles:

  • Vikings vs. Eagles Spread: Eagles -2.5
  • Vikings vs. Eagles over/under: 50.5 points
  • Vikings vs. Eagles Money Line: Eagles -135, Vikings +115
  • MIN: Vikings are 10-8 against the spread in the last 18 games
  • PHI: Eagles are 8-10-1 against the spread in the last 19 games
  • Vikings vs. Eagles Picks: View the choices here

Why the Vikings can cover

Minnesota’s offense is electric behind the wide receiver Justin Jeffersonrun back Dalvin Cookand quarterback Kirk Cousins. The Vikings are also stingy on defense as evidenced by the team’s Week 1 performance. Minnesota kept the Green Bay Packers driven by quarterback Aaron Rodgersto just seven points, the team’s best-scoring performance on defense since 2019. The Vikings kept the Packers at just 5.3 net yards per pass attempt.

Minnesota was also in the NFL’s top five in third-down defense last season, allowing opponents to convert just 36.4% of attempts. The Vikings were also in the top 10 with 16 interceptions in 2021 and Minnesota is opportunistic. Minnesota also scored on 50% of its offensive possessions in Week 1, making a total of nearly 400 yards. Jefferson is in the upper echelon of offensive weapons in the NFL with the most yards received (3,200) since the start of the 2020 season.

Why the Eagles can cover

On the defense side, Philadelphia struggled a bit in Week 1, but the Eagles were in the NFL’s top 10 in total defense and hasty defense last season. Opponents averaged just 4.0 yards per carry in 2021 against the Eagles, a top six in the league, and Philadelphia’s defensive two-deep is even better on paper in 2022. On the offensive side, the Eagles generated a total of 455 yards, 27 first downs and 38 points in Week 1, with elite marks on the ground.

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Philadelphia led the NFL in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns last season, and the Eagles produced 216 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns against Detroit a week ago. Jalen Hurts is a dual-threat star in the quarterback position, producing 4,306 passing yards and 1,146 rushing yards in 20 career starts. Hurts has the second most rushing yards of all time by a quarterback in his first 20 starts and is the only player in NFL history to have at least 4,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards over a 20-start stretch to reach a career. to start.

How Vikings vs. Eagles to make choices

SportsLine’s model leans on the total, with both teams expected to run more than 100 meters. The model also says that one side of the spread is paid out in more than 50% of the simulations. You can only see the MNF choice of model on SportsLine.

So who will win Eagles vs. Vikings on Monday Night Football? And on which side of the spread are more than 50% of the simulations collected? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Eagles vs. Vikings spread you have to jump on Monday, all of the model that is 139-98 on NFL picksAnd invent.