The 3 Best FOX Bet Eagles-Falcons Player Prop Picks

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The NFL regular season is finally here, which means FOX Bet has you covered with some of the best bets and promos in the industry for football season.

Jalen Hurts enters his sophomore season as the starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles, following the off-season trade of former first-round pick Carson Wentz. The Birds will open their season on the road as they travel to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium to take on the Atlanta Falcons.

The Eagles have been installed by the FOX Bet oddsmakers as the underdogs at +135 odds, while the home Falcons are a -162 favorite. Neither team is expected to walk away with their respective division’s crown, with Philadelphia holding the NFC East’s worst odds at +500 and Atlanta coming in with the third-worst NFC South odds at +700.

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Let’s take a look at how to bet on the Eagles vs. Falcons at FOX Bet.

Eagles vs. Falcons: How to Bet at FOX Bet

FOX Bet is available in a number of markets, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan, and Colorado. The sportsbook has benefited immensely from the cross-promotion done with FOX Sports personalities, as well as in-house advertising on college football telecasts leading up to Week 1 of the NFL regular season.

Offering all of the traditional betting options you’d expect, including moneylines, spreads, over/unders, live in-game betting, props, and futures. The odds boosts they offer, however, are some of their biggest standouts.

To register for FOX Bet:

  • Click right here , regardless of your state.
  • Complete the registration process by filling in the required information fields.
  • Make you first deposit to be eligible for a $500 risk-free bet.

Best Eagles-Falcons Player Props

Please be advised that these proposition picks are informed by the author’s belief that the Eagles will play in this opener against the Falcons like a college team who just brought in a new, untested coach after the grown man who won a national championship got kicked aside after one bad season. Which is to say, they’re going to keep it pretty simple and they’re not going to get cute trying to prove that JJ Arcega-Whiteside isn’t really a bust after all.


The Falcons were 29th in the league in defense in 2020. More to the point, the Falcons yielded over 100 yards per game on the ground last season, at 4.4 yards per carry. Meanwhile, the Eagles – who were a pretty bad team last season – still managed to run the ball at a clip of five yards per carry. Miles Sanders, who figures to carry the ball a lot in this game, averaged 5.3 yards per carry last season.

So here’s the thing: You can win this bet a lot of ways. You can win this bet if Nick Sirianni decides to “establish the run” as a new coach. You can win this bet if Sirianni looks at his receivers and his young quarterback and says to himself “yeah, we’re better off just pounding it.” You can also win this bet if the Falcons get out to a good lead in the third quarter, drop into nickel, and the Eagles take a bunch of easy yards on first down against a three-man front. Sanders should get 66 or more yards in this game before the end of the third quarter.


Let’s be clear: Jalen Hurts is not Dak Prescott. Hurts is not going to throw the ball 58 times in this game, and he isn’t going to complete 42 passes either. For that matter, Hurts doesn’t have Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb on the outside creating chaos and mismatches.

But you’re not looking for Hurts to throw for 400 yards to win this bet. You’re only looking for him to throw for 241 yards or more against a Falcons team that gave up almost 4700 yards of passing offense in 16 games last season for an average of 293 yards per game. Sirianni will want to establish the run, sure, but he will also want to get the ball to marquee rookie DeVonta Smith and to the hopefully post-hype sleeper that is Jalen Reagor. The bend-but-don’t-break Falcons are apt to give up some chunk plays to both of these speedy wide receivers, to say nothing of check downs to Sanders and short tosses to tight end Dallas Goedert. This bet feels like the easiest one on the board.


See above about the way Sanders will probably have a relatively easy go of things against the Falcons’ porous defense. See also the fact that Hurts isn’t exactly a touchdown machine – he managed only six touchdown throws over 148 attempts – and it should be clear that if and when the Eagles get the ball into the end zone against the Falcons, it’ll be Sanders lugging it in, probably from point-blank range.

FOX Bet’s $500 Risk-Free Bet

Prospective bettors can earn what amounts to insurance on their first bet with FOX Bet thanks to a $500 risk-free bet. In order to maximize your $500 risk-free bet offer, you’ll need to deposit an equivalent value of what you want the first bet to be.

If you want to swing for the fences by placing a $500 wager on your first bet with FOX Bet, you’ll need to make an initial deposit of $500 when you register for an account. If you’d rather wager $200 on your first bet, you only need to deposit $200 to match the risk-free bet  offer.

If your first bet loses, FOX Bet will refund your first wager up to $500. For example, if your first bet with FOX Bet is a $300 moneyline wager on the Eagles to beat the Falcons, but Atlanta prevails, FOX Bet will refund your account with $300 in site credit.

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