Which RB Will Break Out In Eagles-Commanders?

  • Antonio Gibson and Brian Robinson have very close O/Us for rush yards against the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Jalen Hurts has a relatively high O/U for rush yards against the Washington Commanders.
  • Miles Sanders has a 68.5 O/U against the Commanders – he’s beaten that number all but two times this season.

PHILADELPHIA - The Washington Commanders and Philadelphia Eagles face off on Monday Night Football, with two distinct styles of running the ball.

The Eagles run behind Jalen Hurts at QB, with Miles Sanders as the main running back. The Commanders run with a split backfield, with Brian Robinson slowly rounding into form, threatening Antonio Gibson’s touches.

Total Rushing Yards - Antonio Gibson

  • Over 33.5 -115
  • Under 33.5 -115

Total Rushing Yards - Brian Robinson Jr

  • Over 35.5 -115
  • Under 35.5 -115

The Commanders’ RBs are within spitting distance of each other on the online sportsbooks, in terms of expectations in this game.

Robinson has claimed a significant share of the Commanders’ backfield after returning from a gunshot injury and has had no less than eight rushes in all of his games played since his return.

He’s gone over 35.5 rushing yards in three of his five games, and gone under 35.5 rushing yards in the remaining two.

As for Gibson, his usage in the running game has fallen off with the return of Robinson. He’s only racked up double-digit carries in two games since Robinson’s return.

That said, in three of the five games since Robinson returned to the lineup, Gibson did hit over 33.5 rushing yards.

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Total Rushing Yards - Jalen Hurts

  • Over 42.5 -115
  • Under 42.5 -115

Total Rushing Yards - Miles Sanders

  • Over 68.5 -115
  • Under 68.5 -115

The Eagles rushing game is split in a different way, with Jalen Hurts under center providing a credible running threat.

Hurts hasn’t rushed for more than 27 yards in the last three weeks, and only has three games with more than 42.5 rushing yards.

Out of the backfield, Miles Sanders has been having a remarkably consistent season. He’s only played two games with less than 68.5 rushing yards.

The Philadelphia Eagles host the Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football. NFL betting fans can tune in at 8:15 p.m. EST.

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