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The Philadelphia Eagles are headed to Lumen Field to take on the Seattle Seahawks for Monday Night Football this week as both teams look to snap their losing streak. The Eagles are currently 3-point favorites over the Hawks at most sportsbooks. In this game, look for Tyler Lockett and Kenneth Walker to receive targets.
Tyler Lockett Over 50.5 Receiving Yards
Per game, the Eagles rank last in the league in passing attempts and completions and 28th in passing yards against. Their pass defense is ranked 29th in EPA, 23rd in DVOA, and 20th in success rate.
While it is unknown who will play under center for Seattle, it’s backup Drew Lock in the worst case. Though he made mistakes in last week’s game against San Francisco, he also threw for 269 yards against one of the best defenses in the league. This week, he may be playing one of the worst pass defenses in the league, so there should be some room to find his receivers – and who better than Tyler Lockett?
Most people are watching DK Metcalf as he’s been on fire these last few games, but Tyler Lockett is Seattle’s most consistent receiver, and it’s not close. He’s coming off an 89-yard, 100 percent catch rate game versus San Francisco and leads this offense in targets and receptions. Whether Geno Smith or Lock is under center, Lockett is a reliable target that either will look to.
Kenneth Walker Over 10.5 Receiving Yards
As good as Kenneth Walker is, he’s been somewhat inconsistent for the Seahawks. He’s up against a Philadelphia run defense ranked second in opponent rush play percentage (34.12 percent) and sixth in opponent rushing yards (94) per game.
Walker will have difficulty moving the ball on the ground, but his athleticism and pass-catching abilities can help exploit the Eagles’ pass defense. Walker has received more yards than rushing yards in his last two full games, including 33 yards against San Francisco last week. A 10.5-point over/under seems low here and signals some value on Walker to hit the over on his receiving yard prop.
Jalen Hurts Over 1.5 Passing TDs
**As of the publishing of this article, Jalen Hurts has been listed as questionable to play against the Seahawks on Monday night due to an illness he sustained over the weekend.**
Jalen Hurts hasn’t hit over 1.5 passing touchdowns in his last two games, but that was against two outstanding defenses in San Francisco and Dallas.
This week, he faces a Seattle pass defense ranked 21st in EPA, 27th in DVOA, and 25th in success rate. Seattle allows 65 percent of plays that enter the red zone to be converted to a touchdown, and Philadelphia ranks 10th in red zone scoring percentage on offense.
The Seahawks have allowed scores on 43 percent of opponents’ possessions over the previous seven games. Should he play, this seems like the right game for Hurts to get back on track after two consecutive below average performances.