4th in NFC East
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Eagles InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Lane Johnson (Ankle) is out this week.
Fletcher Cox (Neck) is out this week.
Richard Rodgers (Ankle) is out this week.
Hassan Ridgeway (Biceps) is out this week.
Derek Barnett (Calf) is out this week.
Nick Mullens (Elbow) is out this week.
Dallas Goedert (Calf) is out this week.
Lafoga Mailata (Concussion) is out this week.
Miles Sanders (Knee) is out this week.
Davion Taylor (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Shaun Bradley (Neck) is out this week.
Michael Jacquet (Calf) is questionable this week.
Eagles 2021 Schedule
|QB||Carson Wentz||Nate Sudfeld||Jalen Hurts|
|RB||Miles Sanders||Corey Clement|
|WR||Alshon Jeffery||JJ Arcega-Whiteside|
|TE||Zach Ertz||Dallas Goedert||Richard Rodgers|
|LT||Jason Peters||Lafoga Mailata|
|C||Jason Kelce||Nate Herbig|
|RT||Lane Johnson||Jack Driscoll|
|MLB||T.J. Edwards||Shaun Bradley|
|PR||Jalen Reagor||Greg Ward||DeSean Jackson|
|KR||Boston Scott||John Hightower||Jason Huntley|
|DE||Derek Barnett||Vinny Curry||Genardveous Avery|
|S||Rodney McLeod||Marcus Epps||Johnathan Ford|
|CB||Avonte Maddox||Nickell Robey||Cre'von LeBlanc|
|OLB||Duke Riley||Davion Taylor|
|DT||Fletcher Cox||Hassan Ridgeway||Malik Jackson|
|DE||Brandon Graham||Josh Sweat|
|CB||Darius Slay||Craig James|
|OLB||Nathan Gerry||Alex Singleton|
Philadelphia Eagles Player Stats
With a new head coach and a new quarterback, the Philadelphia Eagles kickstart a new era in the 2021 NFL season. Eagles bettors will hope that fresh start translates to a much better record against the spread after Philadelphia finished 6-10 ATS in 2020, tied for the second-worst record in the NFL.
We’ll be outlining Eagles for every upcoming game throughout their 2021 schedule above, complete with spreads, over/unders and money lines. That also means fans and bettors can track the Eagles’ 2021 betting results to see how they compare to 2020.
For those unfamiliar with betting odds, let’s quickly define the three primary markets for each Eagles game.
Eagles Point Spreads
Let’s run through a quick hypothetical example:
- Eagles -2.5 (-110)
- Giants +2.5 (-110)
With the Eagles spread set at -2.5, bookmakers are essentially saying that they expect the Eagles to win by at least that many points. If the Eagles win by three or more points, they “cover the spread.” That means if you bet the Eagles -2.5, you win your bet. But if you bet the Eagles -2.5 then the either win outright or lose by fewer than three points, then you don’t win your bet.
Philadelphia Eagles Over/Unders
, also known as totals, indicate how many points sportsbooks expect the Eagles and their opponent to combine for in a given game. Whether you win a bet on the over or under does not hinge on which team wins the game, rather how many points the final score adds up to.
Let’s say the over/under for an Eagles vs. Giants game was set at 40 points. A bet on the “over” means you’re banking on the two teams to score more than 40 points while a bet on the “under” means the opposite. If the Eagles win 27-24, meaning the two teams scored a combined 51 points, then over bettors win their bet while under bettors lose theirs.
Moneyline (ML) odds offer a way to bet on which team wins a game outright. So if you bet on the Eagles, then you would only need them to win (by however many points) in order for the bet to also win. ML odds reflect how much you would have to risk in order to win $100 if the Eagles are favored (-) or how much you would profit risking $100 if the Eagles are underdogs (+).
Philadelphia Eagles Props
There are even more ways to bet on (or against) the Eagles, including on statistical results for players in a given game. An example of Eagles props you could bet on are how many yards or touchdowns quarterback Jalen Hurts throws for in a given game -- either over (more than) or under (less than) the number of yards or touchdowns a sportsbook sets for that matchup.
Eagles futures are bets you can make on their end-of-season results, such as winning the NFC, winning the NFC East, and so on. Futures bets are paid out once the result is clear, and the odds are similar to moneylines in the sense that they reflect how much you would need to risk to win $100 (- odds) or how much you would profit rushing $100 (+ odds).
An example of an Eagles futures bet would be betting on them to win the Super Bowl. If a bettor had placed a $100 wager on the Eagles to win the Super Bowl at +7000 over the offseason, they would profit $7,000 if the Eagles win the championship.