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After months of waiting, a Super Bowl rematch between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football is finally here.
Both teams hold the best record in their respective conferences and are led by MVP candidates at quarterback. The Chiefs won the all-important game 38-35 but have not found their footing on offense, while the Eagles are solid everywhere except for the secondary.
We put together a same-game parlay with our best betting picks and player props for Eagles vs. Chiefs on MNF—here’s how the parlay looks.
Travis Kelce anytime TD scorer
Jalen Hurts anytime TD scorer
Jalen Hurts over 233.5 passing yards
Jerick McKinnon over 23.5 rushing+receiving yards
The Chiefs’ defense is excellent, but the Eagles average the third-most points per game and can go over the top, control the clock with their run game, and convert nearly every third and fourth down. Philly’s defense also clogs the middle of the field and can get the quarterback on the ground even if it's vulnerable in the secondary. KC doesn’t have blowout ability like it did even a year ago, and the Eagles should stay close if not win outright.
Big games are meant for star players, and Kelce is a star. Although his receiving numbers are down this season, he’s still the primary target on the offense and has come up big in important divisional games. He caught a touchdown in the Super Bowl last year and has the pressure to perform in front of Taylor Swift and her parents, who will be in attendance.
Hurts is a virtual lock for the end zone any time the Eagles are near the goal line. He has seven rushing touchdowns and at least one in six of nine games, including four of his last five. He ran for three scores in the Super Bowl and is managing to run the ball with great success despite fighting a knee injury.
Not only has Hurts been excellent as a runner, but he’s averaged a career-high 260.8 passing yards per game this season. He only managed 207 against the Dallas Cowboys last week but went over this total six straight times before that. The Chiefs rank fifth in passing yards allowed per game (176) but are going to have their hands full with A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
McKinnon has mostly been on the shelf this season and has not gained more than 28 total yards in a game. However, he proved his worth as a pass-catcher last season with nine receiving touchdowns and picked up 49 total yards in the Super Bowl. Part of getting past Philly’s disruptive defense is taking the check-down or throwing the screen, and McKinnon is a great receiver in those situations.
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