Giants vs. Eagles Weather Forecast: How Wind & Rain Are Moving MNF Over/Under
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- The Giants vs. Eagles weather forecast is calling for wind and rain on Monday Night Football (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN).
- We provide details of the forecast for tonight's game at Lincoln Financial Field and what it means for NFL bettors.
Week 14 of the NFL is almost in the books, with tonight’s Giants vs. Eagles matchup on Monday Night Football the only game remaining.
The weather forecast for Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia doesn’t look pretty, but just how bad will conditions be for the players on the field?
Odds as of Monday at 7:30 a.m. ET and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
Let’s take a deeper look at the forecast for Giants vs. Eagles and the impact it could have on Monday Night Football.
Giants vs. Eagles Weather Forecast
The forecast is calling for a 90% chance on rain in Philly, meaning there’s a good chance for wet footballs at Lincoln Financial Field.
In addition, Sports Insights’ weather data projects wind speeds that bettors should know about.
Breezes of 14-15 mph are expected throughout the game, which isn’t ideal for scoring.
According to Bet Labs, NFL games played in double-digit winds have fallen under the total 56.2% of the time since 2003.
The betting market has certainly taken notice, as the Giants vs. Eagles over/under has dropped from 47 to 44.5 since opening.
At the time of writing, just 45% of over/under wagers have landed on the under, but don’t be surprised to see that number increase as more bettors become aware of the Giants vs. Eagles weather forecast.