Giants vs. Eagles best anytime touchdown scorer picks for divisional round
By Reed Wallach
The Giants head to Philadelphia to face NFC East foe Philadelphia Eagles for the third time this season.
The G-Men didn’t win either of their first two tries against the Eagles, but this is the one that matters most. For a full game preview on this divisional round matchup, check out our game preview here. For now, let’s stick to the anytime touchdown market, where Daniel Jones and Isaiah Hodgins look to continue their fine postseason play.
Here’s the full list of anytime touchdown odds for this NFC East divisional showdown:
Anytime TD prop bets odds
Best anytime TD bets for Giants vs. Eagles
- Isaiah Hodgins: +220
- Daniel Jones: +240
- Boston Scott: +340
Isaiah Hodgins (+220)
The mid-season acquisition has been a monster for the Giants through the back half of the season. He has 41 catches in nine games with New York and had 105 receiving yards in the team’s upset win against the Vikings, including a touchdown grab.
Hodgins has emerged as the top target for this budding New York offense and this total sits at 48.5, meaning that the expectation is that points will be on the board, so I’ll happily grab the No. 1 option in the Giants passing game to catch a touchdown at these numbers.
Hodgins was +280 last week, and this number is still not adjusted enough.
Daniel Jones (+240)
Jones has always been a capable runner, he has over 1,700 yards in four seasons and 34 touchdowns with his legs. On Sunday against the Vikings, he showed it once again by running for 78 yards on 17 carries.
With every play maximized, Jones needs to protective of the ball with a ball hawking Eagles defense lurking in the secondary, meaning that he is more likely to take off on the ground more often. Around the goal line, the Giants can use him as a weapon in the ground game as well.
Jones didn’t score on Wild Card weekend, but this number is too low for a QB who ran in five touchdowns this season.
Boston Scott (+340)
It’s inevitable. Boston Scott is a Giants killer and has been for years.
Soctt has scored a touchdown against New York in six of seven games in his career dating back to 2019 with the Eagles, including a three touchdown performance in 2019. While the third string running back is not a major factor in the game plan, he has only 54 carries on the season, it’s clear that the Eagles have found ways to get him on the field in an effective manner against the Giants for years now.
This price implies about a 23% chance Scott finds the end zone, but I believe it’s a bit more likely given the history. It may not be fun, but at least we are prepared for what’s coming.Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.