Giants vs Eagles Player Props: Anytime Touchdown Picks for Isaiah Hodgins, Dallas Goedert, More
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We saw T.J. Hockenson torch New York in recent weeks, tallying 23 catches and two touchdowns in two games. Goedert had seven targets – one in the red zone – in Philadelphia's win over the Giants in Week 18.
New York’s attention will likely be on stopping the run, which could allow opportunities for Goedert to leak out on play-action passes.
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The former Buffalo Bill has emerged as an unlikely WR1 for the Giants and has played over 85% of snaps.
Hodgins has scored five touchdowns in the last six games. He has nine red zone targets, and, notably, all of his touchdowns have been scored within the 20-yard line. If the Giants get close, Daniel Jones is going to throw to him.
The Eagles, who surrendered 16 touchdowns to wide receivers, have a funnel-type defense and are vulnerable over the middle of the field as opposed to the outside. In Week 14 against Philly, he had six targets and scored.
James is also worth a play in this game as he, like Hodgins, has become a staple in New York’s offense.
Both James and Hodgins scored in the Week 14 matchup against Philly and were tied for the team lead in receiving touchdowns this season with four apiece. In that game, James finished with seven catches and had a team-high nine targets.
If you’re wondering where the love is for Darius Slayton or Kenny Golladay, the Eagles are weaker defending slot receivers than outside ones so I don’t love those guys in this spot.
One of James or Hodgins is scoring, so this is a good hedge if you can’t decide between the two.