- The Philadelphia Eagles pulled off their biggest upset since 1985 with their win over the Los Angeles Rams.
- The Eagles closed as 13.5-point underdogs for their Sunday Night Football matchup, winning 30-23.
Nick Foles has done it again!
The Philadelphia Eagles knocked off the Los Angeles Rams, 30-23, as 13.5-point underdogs, making this the Eagles’ biggest upset win since 1985, when they beat the Redskins as 14.5-point underdogs.
This will be the sixth double-digit upset for the Eagles since the NFL switched to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
Here are Philly’s biggest upsets since 1978:
It was Randall Cunningham who pulled off that 1985 upset win over the Joe Theismann-quarterbacked Redskins. The Eagles ended up winning, 19-6, behind a late fourth-quarter touchdown from Cunningham.
With the Eagles’ win over the Rams, six double-digit underdogs have won straight-up in 2018:
- Buccaneers (+10) at Saints
- Titans (+10) at Jaguars
- Bills (+16.5) at Vikings
- Cardinals (+13.5) at Packers
- Raiders (+10.5) at Steelers
- Eagles (+13.5) at Rams
This ties the 2015 season with the most double-digit underdog upsets over the past four seasons. The single-season record of double-digit upsets in our Bet Labs database (since 2003) is nine in 2006. There have only been six double-digit underdog upsets over the previous two seasons combined.
The last time the Eagles pulled off an upset as double-digit underdogs was as 10-point dogs against the Cowboys on Dec. 16, 2007 — exactly 11 years ago Sunday night.