NFL Betting Options: Philadelphia Eagles at Las Vegas Raiders

Posted on October 22, 2021

The Philadelphia Eagles couldn’t get themselves back to .500 on the season following their 28-22 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football. The team only scored seven first-half points in what turned out to be a dreaded performance overall by them.

Will they get back on track this weekend against the Las Vegas Raiders? Here are some props to look into for this game.

NFL Betting Eagles vs Raiders

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Player Props To Bet

Derek Carr Over 287.5 Passing Yards

Derek Carr has been playing like one of the best quarterbacks in the league all season long even with the recent coaching change that his team has endured. Carr went toe to toe with a talented Denver Broncos squad last week and threw for 341 yards and two touchdowns without an interception.

The Eagles were lit up by Tom Brady and company last week despite making a few nice plays and Carr should have more than enough weapons to once again surpass 300 yards on the day.

Miles Sanders Under 63.5 Rushing Yards

It’s getting bad for MIles Sanders out in the run game for the Eagles. So much so that the fans in the stadium were cheering when they chose to run the football. Sanders has only seen more than 10 carries in a game twice this season, never once surpassing more than 56 rushing yards in just one contest.

He had 56 yards on nine carries against the Buccaneers but that was all the action he got. Las Vegas doesn’t have a stout run defense but Philadelphia hasn’t shown any commitment to the ground attack.

Hunter Renfrow Under 57.5 Receiving Yards

Hunter Renfrow has wound up being the safety blanket for Carr in this Raiders offense. He was able to post 57 receiving yards exactly in Week 2, but the only other week where he officially broke the 57.5 yard mark was in the season opener. He may be called upon a few times but it will likely just be in short-yardage situations on third downs. He won’t have too big of a receiving day.

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