The Philadelphia Eagles’ defense is one of the best to reach the Super Bowl in recent memory.
Philadelphia’s defense can dominate in multiple ways. It can rush the passer, proven by its league-high 70 sacks, and turn teams over, proven by its 31 takeaways in 19 games.
It is also surrendering an NFL-low 195.5 yards during the postseason.
The Eagles’ defense/special teams is going to be a popular prop wagering option for Super Bowl LVII. Let’s take a look at some Eagles defense props to consider.
All Super Bowl odds used in these Super Bowl LVII props are current as of Friday, Feb. 10, at noon ET.
Eagles Defense Prop Pick of the Day
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Eagles Defense Super Bowl Sacks Prop
Haason Reddick: First Sack (+400) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 1 Unit
The bet “Reddick to record at least a half-sack (-175)" at DraftKings is as much of a lock as any prop in this game. Reddick has 3.5 sacks during the playoffs and 19.5 in 19 regular-season and postseason games combined.
But Reddick setting the tone with the game’s first sack feels just as likely, and the odds are far more lucrative for this NFL pick of the day.
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Eagles Defense Super Bowl Tackles Prop
Kyzir White Over 6.5 Tackles (+100) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 1 Unit
This seems like a game for the Eagles defense to shine, and if it does, White is likely to be among the standouts. White averaged about six tackles per game, and although he has only topped that twice since Nov. 14, part of that has been due to Philadelphia’s low defensive snap counts as it has played ball control.
White can make tackles in both the short passing game and running game and is a sideline-to-sideline defender. If KC decides to run the ball due to Darius Slay, C.J. Gardner-Johnson, and James Bradberry patrolling the passing game, White stands to have a huge game tackles-wise.
He probably will anyway.