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Commanders against Eagles in NFL Week 10 Betting, BetUS Odds and Analysis

Washington Commanders vs.  Philadelphia Eagles Odds and Picks
  • by Andrew Scofield
  • November 10th, 2022
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The Washington Commanders travel to Philadelphia, taking on the undefeated Eagles Monday night. Washington will attempt to earn a huge divisional victory, but it’s not easy. Philadelphia is an 11-point favorite (total at 44), according to NFL odds.

Washington Commanders vs.  Philadelphia Eagles Odds by BetUs

Commanders+11 ( -110 )44 ( -110 )+395
Eagles-11 ( -110 )44 ( -110 )-540
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Washington Spoiling Perfection?

The Washington Commanders were riding high on a three-game winning streak entering last Sunday, before losing at home to former quarterback Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings. The Commanders took the lead early in the second half, only to see the Vikings kick the game-winning field goal with 12 seconds remaining. Though no moral victories, the teams proved it can play well against one of the better teams in the league.

There isn’t much to be excited about offensively with Washington. It’s bottom-dozen in passing yards per game, rushing yards per game and points per game. Washington’s struggled to figure out its situation at quarterback. Washington has employed both former Eagle Carson Wentz and Taylor Heinicke, but neither has shown any sort of consistency.

The Commanders, who have made more news off the field, have been somewhat better on defense. Washington has a middle-of-the-road unit, 16th in points allowed per game. That’s not great, but something on which to build.

Fans will be excited, as Chase Young has returned to practice for the first time since his ACL tear. There’s no expectation Young plays in the next few games, but a return appears to be imminent. That will undoubtedly lift the team.

Eagles to 9-0?

There’s not much to be added to what’s already been parsed about the Philadelphia Eagles. They are 8-0, and have looked as good as any team has in recent seasons. Philadelphia defeated the Houston Texans by a dozen points last Thursday, offering as much rest as possible heading into this game. Thus, it’s the freshest Eagle team seen since early in the season.

Priced at 4-1, or +400 to win the title, the Eagles are the favored NFC teams, and second overall to the Buffalo Bills. That’s per Super Bowl odds.

The Eagles are great in all areas of the game, as in Top 10 in passing yards, rushing yards, points scored and fewest points permitted per game. The team has showcased an MVP candidate in quarterback Jalen Hurts, proven he can pass, and run, with the best. This has created one of the more exciting offenses in all of football.

Philadelphia did defeat Washington earlier in the season, 24-8, in Landover. Even with as good as Washington’s defense may be, Philly’s is better. If Philadelphia is able to cause turnovers early in the game, it will become unbeatable with the offense it possesses, The duo of Jalen Hurts and wideout AJ Brown are more than anything Washington’s defense is able to handle.

Eagles Another Double-Digit Fave

It’s no surprise the pick here is the Eagles. However, the spread can make it a little difficult. We’re not deterred, even with the hefty number. Philadelphia put the game away against homestanding Houston early in the final quarter, a final margin (29-17) that could’ve been more. Philly will likely pile it on against its NFC East rivals. Lay the 11.

Expect both teams to score some points, and thus easily go over the total of 44.