5 NFL tips for Philadelphia Eagles @ Green Bay Packers
Jack Green's NFL tips for Thursday night's game in Green Bay cover the moneyline, the points total and three player props.
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Here are Jack Green's five NFL tips to consider for Thursday night's Week 4 clash between the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers.
Green Bay Packers to win
The Packers have won all three of their games so far this season and now host the Eagles, who are 1-2 after losing to the Detroit Lions last Sunday.
Green Bay are yet to concede more than 16 points in a game and should stifle a Philadelphia offense that could be without injured receivers Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson.
Under 46 total points
None of Green Bay’s games this season have reached 44 points, and this one should be no different.
While the Packers have been excellent defensively, they have only scored 58 points in the last three weeks combined, so they’re unlikely to put up a big total on Thursday night.
Davante Adams to score the first touchdown
The Packers have started well in the past two weeks, going 21-0 up against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2 before scoring on the first possession of the game last Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
They should come out firing again at Lambeau Field, and Adams looks a good bet to find the endzone for the first time this season.
Green Bay will be keen to get their star receiver involved after a slow start to the season, and he could dominate a Philadelphia defence that has allowed seven passing touchdowns in three games.
Carson Wentz under 263.5 passing yards
Green Bay have held opposing quarterbacks to an average of 224 passing yards per game and should be able to limit Wentz to a similar total.
The 26-year-old has failed to reach 260 yards in each of the past two weeks and will be without at least one of his top targets on Thursday.
Jordan Howard over 28.5 rushing yards
It’s only a matter of time until Howard sees most of his touches gobbled up by rookie Miles Sanders, but the veteran did have 11 carries last week – his most of the season – and gained 37 rushing yards.
Howard also rushed for 44 yards against the Washington Redskins in Week 1 and should pass this mark against a Green Bay defence that has allowed over 120 rushing yards per game to running backs.
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