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Vikings vs. Eagles Odds, Spreads and Lines: Monday Night Football Picks, 139-98 NFL Model Predictions

Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season brings a doubleheader to Monday Night Football. The Philadelphia Eagles take on the Minnesota Vikings in the finale of Week 2’s NFL schedule. The NFC opponents will face off for the first time since 2019 and both will be looking to his 2-0 start for the first time since 2016. Minnesota defeated Green Bay his Packers in the opener behind outstanding performances from wide his receiver Justin Jefferson and quarterback Kirk Cousins. Philadelphia held back a late surge from the Detroit Lions and he won 38-35 in Week 1. Added in the offseason, AJ Brown made an immediate impact, with him catching 10 passes for 155 yards.

Kickoff is in Philadelphia at 8:30 PM ET. The Caesars Sportsbook lists the Eagles as his 2-point home favorite, but the over/under or total points Vegas thinks they’ll get is 50.5 with the latest Vikings vs. Eagles odds. . Before making any Eagles vs. Vikings picks, you should check out the NFL predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s advanced computer simulation models.

This model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, has earned over $7,500 for a $100 player on the highest-rated NFL pick since its inception. This model is the highest-rated NFL pick dating back to the 2017 season, entering Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season with an incredible 139-98 run.

The model has also ranked in NFLPickWatch’s top 10 NFL picks over the past six years, beating out over 94% of CBS Sports Football Pick’em players four times during that period. Anyone who followed it is on top.

The model now has its sights set on the Vikings vs. the Eagles, anchoring the pick and the NFL predictions. Visit SportsLine today to see our model recommendations. Here are the NFL odds and betting lines for Vikings vs. Eagles:

  • Vikings vs. Eagles Spread: Eagles -2
  • Vikings vs. Eagles Over/Under: 50.5 points
  • Vikings vs. Eagles Moneyline: Eagles -130, Vikings +110
  • MIN: The Vikings are 10-8 against Spread in their last 18 matches.
  • PHI: The Eagles are 8-10-1 over the past 19-game spread.
  • Vikings vs. Eagles Picks: Here’s Our Picks

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Why Vikings Can Cover

Minnesota has strengths both offensively and defensively. The Vikings gained 395 total yards without turnovers in the season opener, scored on 50% possession, and averaged 2.3 points per drive. Minnesota has him in the top five in the NFL, and with his 8.2 net yards per pass attempt in Week 1, efficiency is key for the Vikings. With the high-end connections that Kirk Cousins ​​and Justin Jefferson and Dalvin Cook work together on the ground, Vikings is hard to stop.

On defense, the Vikings held the Green Bay Packers to just 7 points in Week 1. This is the minimum points the franchise has allowed in any game since 2019. Minnesota also ranked among the top five third-down defense last season, helping their opponents convert less. The Vikings are in his 2021 season with 16 interceptions and a top 10 ranking in the league.

Why the Eagles Can Cover

Philadelphia started the 2022 season with a bang on the offensive side of the ball. The Eagles scored 38 points in Week 1, the second-most in the NFL, and his 50% of possessions. Philadelphia also generated the third-most total yards (455) and scored top-five marks (27) on first downs. The Eagles converted 10 of their 17 third-down chances in the season opener after ranking in the league’s top five with a 45.7% third-down efficiency in 2021.

Philadelphia is particularly impressive on the ground with 216 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns in the opening game against Detroit. The Eagles averaged 5.5 yards per carry that game, and Philadelphia led his NFL in rushing yards (2,715) and rushing touchdowns (25) last season. Philadelphia will also generate 4.9 yards per carry in 2021, fourth in the league, and was near the top of the league last season with just 16 turnovers and 10 interceptions.

How to make a Vikings vs. Eagles pick

SportsLine’s model leans toward total, with both teams projected to run well over 100 yards. The model also shows that one side of the spread will cash in well over his 50% chance of simulation. His MNF picks for the model can only be seen on SportsLine.

So who will win Eagles vs. Vikings on Monday Night Football, and which side of the spread will cash in well over 50% of the simulation? Visit SportsLine today and Find out on Monday which side of the Eagles vs. Vikings spread you should jump to.