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Will Miles Sanders top 110 yards? One bettor had a choice to make.

Will Eagles running back Miles Sanders top 110 yards? There might be a lot riding on it.

Eagles RB Miles Sanders carries the ball vs the Washington Football Team during the first half of a 2021 game in Philadelphia. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Eagles RB Miles Sanders carries the ball vs the Washington Football Team during the first half of a 2021 game in Philadelphia. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)Read moreMitchell Leff / Getty Images

Take the money and run, or let it ride?

It’s a question a lot of bettors face at various sportsbooks every day when they’re offered a cash out option. But not many of them have the choice between $21,762 or more than $135,000.

That’s the option one FanDuel bettor was presented with, and Eagles running back Miles Sanders is at the center of the decision.

The long-shot parlay looks like this:

  1. Just Fields 110+ rushing yards (+750)

  2. Jeff Wilson 80+ rushing yards (+430)

  3. Najee Harris 80+ rushing yards (+520)

  4. Jonathan Taylor 125+ rushing yards (+680)

  5. Miles Sanders 110+ rushing yards (+520)

The total odds for that parlay? +1350643, or more than 13,000/1. The first four legs, of course, have hit, leaving only Sanders’ prop to cash in on the big payday.

According to Bleacher Report, FanDuel presented the bettor with a one-time cashout option of $21,762.

The Eagles host Washington on Monday Night Football. In their meeting earlier this season, Sanders rushed 15 times for 46 yards in a 24-8 Eagles win.

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Sanders has topped 110 yards just once in 2022 and only six times in 48 games. That’s once every eight games, and the +520 odds imply that there’s a 16.13% chance it happens, or less than one in six. Chances are it doesn’t happen, but it’s not often you can turn $10 into more than $135,000.

The same can be said for turning $10 into $21,762.

Take the money or let it ride?

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