Philadelphia Eagles: Best Bets for Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers

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Dallas Goedert Over 41.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

As every game goes by, it looks even clearer that the Philadelphia Eagles have a true TE1 in Dallas Goedert. After missing four games due to injury, Goedert has stepped back into the lineup and showed the true potential he has in this Eagles offense.

In his last two games, Goedert has gone for over 70 receiving yards and found the end zone in both games. With the lack of wide receiver talent on this year’s team, Goedert has shown to be a reliable weapon for Carson Wentz.

The Philadelphia Eagles will have a familiar face back in the lineup this week as Zach Ertz will return after a five-game absence. His return, however, should not take away targets from Goedert.

Even before both tight ends got injured, there was a sense that Goedert was the tight end the Philadelphia Eagles were basing their offense around in the beginning of the season. Goedert started off the season very strong, while Ertz couldn’t seem to find a groove in the offense.

If the Eagles are going to commit to Goedert for the long haul, they might as well start now and feed him the ball. His role should only get bigger as time goes on, as he is probably the best receiving target this team has to offer.