Cowboys vs Eagles Same Game Parlay: Jalen Hurts Props, Spread, Total

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  • Charlie Disturco is all-in on the Eagles for Sunday Night Football.
  • Check out the spread, total and Jalen Hurts props he used for his four-leg parlay.

In Week 6 of Sunday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys head to Philadelphia for an NFC East divisional matchup with the undefeated Eagles.

The Cowboys are fresh off a double-digit win over the Rams while the Eagles won their fifth straight after a missed field goal from the Cardinals. Philly enters as 6.5-point favorites with a total hovering around 42.5.

Here’s an Eagles-centric same game parlay to entertain you on Sunday night:


The Cooper Rush voodoo magic is alive and well as the backup quarterback is now 5-0 in his starts — four wins this season — after a 22-10 win over the Rams. But the game was a bit misleading.

While the Dallas defense is legit, the offense is not with Rush under center. The Cowboys relied on a Matthew Stafford fumble-six and a blocked punt to jump out to an early 10-0 lead, and aside from an explosive Tony Pollard play, their offense was abysmal.

The Rams entered with plenty of question marks on offense and once again laid a dud. That won’t happen against the Eagles at home.

Philly has the No. 2 offense, per PFF, and enter Sunday as the No. 1 team in pass blocking. That is crucial against a deadly Dallas pass rush — No. 1 as well — that has tormented offensive lines all season.

While I think both offenses are due for regression, Sunday night sets up to be one of those Eagles blowout-type victories. The Cowboys have escaped danger week in and week out and enter as the No. 2 luckiest team.

This is the perfect spot to fade Dallas. Last week, the Rams ran 11 more plays than the Cowboys. L.A. also picked up four more first downs and out-gained Dallas by nearly 100 yards. Rush, meanwhile, finished with just 76 passing yards.

The Eagles defense should have their way against Dallas' offensive line, which ranks around league average in pass blocking. I expect the Cowboys to significantly struggle once again on offense, and unless the defense and special teams replicate its performance from last week, this should be a stroll in the park for Philly.

Game Total
Under 42.5

As I mentioned, these are two of the best defenses in football. While I expect Philly finds more success in an ultimate cover, this bout should be on the lower scoring side.

Primetime unders are 12-5 on the season and both matchups favor the defense. The Eagles have rarely been tested — with the second-easiest schedule thus far — and now draw a Cowboys team that ranks first in pass rush and fourth in coverage.

I already touched on the Cowboys offense and how I think Rush, whose shortcomings have been overshadowed by his undefeated record, will struggle. The Eagles should take care of the ball and drain the clock throughout.

Philly has allowed just 88 points this season and should dominate, while Dallas has yet to reach the 40-point mark in a game. Three of the five Eagles games have also finished below 37.

Jalen Hurts
Over 49.5 Rushing Yards & ATD

Following a similar narrative of a low-scoring Eagles win, I expect Dallas’ pass rush to force Hurts to scramble early and often. He should have near double-digit carries.

This is a rushing number that Hurts has eclipsed in three of five games in 2022. The Eagles are using him in the run game much more, as he’s had at least 15 carries in three games (and in two straight).

Hurts’ mobility makes him a big-play threat at any time. He also rushes the most of any Eagle inside the 10-yard line. Through five games, he has 11 rushes; Miles Sanders has received nine while Kenneth Gainwell has four.

Hurts has six rushing touchdowns and has found the end zone in four of five games. It’s clear head coach Nick Sirianni trusts Hurts more than anyone else in the red zone, so I love the idea of backing the 24-year-old to go over his rushing yards total and score to round out this parlay.

The Parlay (+1031)

  • Eagles -6.5 (-110)
  • Under 42.5 (-118)
  • Jalen Hurts Over 49.5 Rushing Yards (-110)
  • Jalen Hurts Anytime TD (+110)

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