Last Updated Dec 10, 2022, 9:14 AM

Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions

Check out our same game parlay selection for Sunday night's primetime matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles. Odds provided by DraftKings.

Packers vs. Eagles SGP Picks

  • Green Bay Packers Over 19.5 Points Scored (-115)
  • AJ Dillon (GB) Over 34.5 Rushing Yards (-105)
  • Miles Sanders (PHI) Over 59.5 Rushing Yards (+100)

Payout: +625

Green Bay Packers Over 19.5 Points Scored

Of all the surprisingly poor campaigns posted by high-ranking teams this season, Green Bay’s opening skid might be the most disappointing of them all, as the Packers followed up last year’s impressive 13-4 run with a frustrating 4-7 stretch through the first 11 weeks of this season, while on the offensive side of the ball, ranking just 26th in the league in scoring and 15th in total yardage on the year (18.4 PPG, 345 YPG).

However, a glimmer of hope briefly arose a few weeks ago, as Aaron Rodgers and co. erupted for a season-high 31 points on 415 total yards in a thrilling win over the Cowboys in Week 10, which appeared to course-correct a ship that was quickly headed south.

But unfortunately, their offensive struggles resurfaced last Thursday, as the Packers scored just 17 points on 271 total yards in an ugly double-digit home loss to the Titans in their most recent affair.

I’ll back Green Bay to score 20+ PTS here, as the Packers probably won’t be able to keep up with an Eagles offense that’s scored 24+ PTS in seven-of-ten contests this season. But I still expect Rodgers to break off some big chunks through the play-action game and conjure a relatively competitive effort against a Philly defense that currently ranks 24th in the league in yards allowed per rush attempt.

AJ Dillon (GB) Over 34.5 Rushing Yards

As previously mentioned, The Eagles’ defense ranks 24th in the league in yards allowed per rush attempt. So, if the Packers are going to put up a decent fight on Sunday night, it’s probably going to come on the heels of a solid rushing performance.

Aaron Jones is currently the lead back for Green Bay, however, his production level is very consistent, highlighted by Jones rushing for 110+ yards in 4-of-11 outings so far this season, however, he’s averaged just 36.4 YPG on the ground in his other seven performances.

So, that points me to AJ Dillon, who rushed just six times for 13 yards against Tennessee last week. However, even after his most recent performance, Dillon has still carried the ball 10+ times for 34+ yards in 8-of-11 contests this season, with four of those stat lines ringing in at 54+ yards. And I expect that trend to continue against a poor Eagles’ rush defense on Sunday night.

Miles Sanders (PHI) Over 59.5 Rushing Yards

Speaking of poor rush defenses, teams have been running all over the Packers this season, as Green Bay currently ranks 25th in the league in rushing yards allowed per game and 21st in yards allowed per rush attempt (136 YPG, 4.6 YPA), which isn’t much better than Philly in that department.

So, I’ll back Miles Sanders to have a solid night on the ground here, as he enters Sunday having rushed for 54 yards or less in two straight games, but prior to that, Sanders rushed for 70+ yards in six of Philly’s first eight games. And I think we’ll see the Eagles turn back to a run-heavy script after putting up 21 PTS or less in back-to-back contests against Washington and Indy.

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