- The Philadelphia Eagles are favored by 7.5 points against the Minnesota Vikings.
- Betting odds favor the under at 48.5 points with -115 odds.
- Philadelphia won 24-7 in last year’s matchup between the two teams.
PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles host the Minnesota Vikings as 7.5-point favorites on Thursday Night Football. The total is set at 48.5 points and has -115 odds to go under.
Philadelphia was a 2.5-point favorite in last year’s Week 2 matchup, which the Eagles won 24-7. Betting odds at online sportsbooks predict the Eagles will win handily after the Minnesota Vikings lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Philadelphia Eagles Vs Minnesota Vikings Betting Lines
|Philadelphia Eagles||-7.5 (-110)||-350||O48.5 (-105)|
|Minnesota Vikings||+7.5 (-110)||+275||U48.5 (-115)|
The Eagles have -350 moneyline odds in a game that features two teams trending in opposite directions. Philadelphia covered a 4.5-point spread in New England in Week 1, while the Minnesota Vikings lost outright to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a -250 moneyline favorite.
As a result, Minnesota online sportsbooks list the Vikings as +275 moneyline favorites in a difficult road game against the Eagles. The Vikings can cover the spread if they limit their turnovers.
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Limiting Turnovers is the Key for Vikings +7.5
In Minnesota’s Week 1 loss, the Vikings fumbled at the Tampa Bay 26-yard line and threw an interception on the Tampa Bay 2-yard line. Getting points from either drive would’ve made the difference in a three-point loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
However, the offense did manage 369 total yards on a Buccaneer defense that allowed the 10th-fewest total yards in 2022. The Philadelphia Eagles defense ranked first in that measure but surrendered 382 total yards to the New England Patriots in Week 1.
The Vikings also had a solid defensive performance in Week 1, but NFL online sportsbooks are overreacting to their Week 1 loss. Minnesota has value with -110 odds to cover the 7.5-point spread on Thursday.
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