The Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles kick off NFL Week 2 on Thursday Night Football. The Eagles are 7-point favorites at home against the Vikings. The over/under has been set at 49 points for the contest.
Here are the TNF betting odds for the upcoming game across top sportsbook apps. Click on the preferred odds to place your bet at that online sportsbook.
Vikings vs. Eagles Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, and Totals for TNF
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- Spread: MIN | PHI
- Moneyline: MIN | PHI
- Total: Over/Under points
Vikings vs. Eagles Betting News
- Time: Thursday, Sept. 14, 8:15 p.m. ET
- TV/Live Stream: Amazon Prime
- Announcers: Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit, Kaylee Hartung
Both teams had a different experience in the opening week of the 2023 NFL season. It got a bit rocky at the end of the game, but the Eagles held on for their first win of the season against New England. On the other side, the Vikings lost a thriller against Tampa Bay.
Going back to late last season, Minnesota has struggled to cover against the spread. They are 3-7 in their last 10 games. Quarterback Kirk Cousins played fairly well in the opener, completing 33-of-44 passes for 344 yards, 2 touchdowns, and an interception. Wide receiver Justin Jefferson was held out of the endzone but did pick up 150 yards in the air.
Philadelphia did cover the spread in their 25-20 win over New England, but it wasn’t easy. The Patriots made a threat to win multiple times, but the Eagles held on. Quarterback Jalen Hurts had 170 yards passing in the air and 37 yards rushing.
Vikings vs. Eagles Props
Passing Yards: Despite the passing onslaught from Cousins, oddsmakers remain conservative on the total passing yards in this game due to the Eagles defense. His number hovers close to the dual-threat opposition.
Anytime Touchdown: Hurts has the most favorable odds to score a touchdown in the game, while AJ Brown, the quarterback’s favorite target, is next on the list. Jefferson is next on the list after his explosive season opener.
To Throw an Interception: One way to think about Cousins’ performance in the opener is that he only had one interception in the 44 pass attempts taken. He had 14 total interceptions last season in 8 different games.
Rushing Yards: Hurts will always be a threat on the ground, and his number from oddsmakers is near the amount he gained on the ground in the season opener.
Vikings vs. Eagles Analysis and Prediction
The touchdown spread is fairly large for a game that features two teams in the top half of the league based on NFL futures odds to win the Super Bowl. If Minnesota was able to get the victory over Tampa Bay, this could have been a lower spread. It’s also hard to lay down all the points with Philadelphia having a shaky finish against New England.
Pick: Vikings +7 (Live odds: Vikings )