NFL Props | PHI Eagles at SF 49ers

The Philadelphia Eagles take their underwhelming show all the way out West for a Sunday Night Football matchup with the San Francisco 49ers. In this game, the 49ers are currently listed as 7-point favorites with the total sitting at 46. 

Earlier this week, I wrote about my best bets for Week 4. In that article, I had the total going under 46 points. Let’s keep that in mind when making these prop bets, as it very well may lead us to even more money going into next week. 

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NFL Expert Picks | Week 4

Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday, October 4, 2020 | 8:20 p.m. EST | Watch: NBC
Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA


49ers -7 / Under 46 (+275)

It’s not a player prop but the odds here at just too good to pass up. As I mentioned in the open, I love the under-46 in this game and the admiration for the 49ers themselves isn’t too far behind. The Eagles offense is an absolute disaster right now, with numerous WRs out with injuries. Granted, San Fran’s defense is also missing a lot of pieces, but it showed how domination is still on the table by going into the Meadowlands and dominating the Jets and Giants in the last two games. 


Will There be a Defensive TD? Yes (+300)

Eagles QB Carson Wentz is going to force the ball all night – he basically has to. Because of that, I would expect to see some firework on the 49ers side of things. Of course, a 49ers defensive TD would be terrible news for the under-46, but I don’t believe they’ll score too many points on offense. 


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Carson Wentz – Over 36.5 Passing Attempts (-114)

Wentz has exceeded 40 passing attempts in all three games this season. In a game where he’ll need to push the ball, this 36.5 number seems like the easiest number to hit. It’s funny because the 49ers will probably need to throw the ball more, considering Philly has the fourth-best run defense in the NFL. However, this is just a terrible spot for the Eagles and throwing the football will be at the top of the list of things to get done.