NFL Picks: Week 6 Eagles vs Jets


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We have an exciting showdown on the horizon with the upcoming clash between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Jets, at New Jersey´s MetLife Stadium, this Sunday, October 15. 


Spread:  Philadelphia Eagles -7 (-110), New York Jets +7 (-110)

Moneyline:  Philadelphia Eagles -340, New York Jets +260

Total:  Philadelphia Eagles O 41 (-110), New York Jets U 41 (-110)


nfl match jets vs eaglesEagles eager to keep victorious

In their recent clash against the Los Angeles Rams, the Eagles emerged victorious with a 23-14 scoreline, thanks in no small part to the dazzling performance of their star QB, Jalen Hurts. Hurts exhibited his prowess by orchestrating the Eagles’ offense to perfection, racking up 303 passing yards with one touchdown and one interception. He connected on 25-of-38 passes, boasting an impressive completion rate of 65.8%. To further showcase his versatility, Hurts embarked on 15 rushing attempts, accumulating 72 yards on the ground, along with one rushing touchdown. It’s clear that he’s a force to be reckoned with both through the air and on the ground.

But Hurts didn’t carry the weight alone. Running back D’Andre Swift was a pivotal component of the Eagles’ offensive machinery, amassing 70 rushing yards on 17 carries, averaging a solid 4.1 yards per carry. He also contributed to the passing game with six receptions for 38 yards, proving his value as a dual-threat back. A.J. Brown, one of Hurts’ primary targets, had a standout performance with six receptions for a whopping 127 yards, averaging an impressive 21.2 yards per catch. These offensive weapons, combined with Hurts’ leadership, make the Eagles a formidable force.


Jets looking pretty dynamic

On the other side of the gridiron, the New York Jets are riding high after a convincing victory over the Denver Broncos, winning 31-21. Young quarterback Zach Wilson displayed his composure in the pocket, completing 73.1% of his passes, going 19-for-26 for 199 yards. While he didn’t record any touchdowns, his ability to move the chains was crucial for the Jets. Wilson also contributed 26 rushing yards on three carries, indicating his mobility and playmaking potential.

The Jets’ ground game was spearheaded by Breece Hall, who had a remarkable outing with 22 carries for 177 yards, averaging an impressive 8.0 yards per attempt. He found the end zone once and added three receptions for 17 yards, showcasing his versatility as a running back. Tyler Conklin played a vital role in the passing game, securing four receptions on five targets for 67 yards, averaging 16.8 yards per reception. The Jets’ offense is shaping up, with young talents like Wilson and Hall at the helm.


Betting trends

The Eagles have shown their prowess against the spread this season, boasting a 3-1-1 record. However, they have yet to win against the spread when entering a game as a favorite with a 7-point margin or more. 

Conversely, the Jets have been fairly competitive against the spread with a 3-2-0 record this year. Interestingly, they have covered the spread once this season when playing as underdogs with a 7-point margin or more, making them a potentially lucrative choice for bettors. Additionally, both teams have shown a tendency to surpass the over/under, with the Eagles doing so in 60% of their games and the Jets mirroring that exact statistic.


As we look at the individual leaders for the Philadelphia Eagles, it’s evident that Jalen Hurts is the driving force behind their success. He has already tallied 1,262 passing yards, averaging an impressive 252.4 yards per game, with a 67.3% completion rate, six touchdowns, and four interceptions. His ground game contributions are equally noteworthy, with 55 carries for 206 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns. Swift and Brown have also been instrumental in the offensive attack, consistently putting up significant numbers.

For the New York Jets, Zach Wilson is making strides as a young quarterback, accumulating 199 passing yards per game with a 73.1% completion rate. Breece Hall’s exceptional rushing stats make him a player to watch out for, and Tyler Conklin adds a dynamic element to the receiving corps.