Redskins vs. Eagles Odds, Picks, Cheat Sheet, More
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Redskins vs. Eagles Betting Odds
- Spread: Eagles -10
- Total: 44.5
- Time: 1 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: FOX
All odds above are as of Saturday and via PointsBet.
The Philadelphia Eagles are flying very high as the biggest favorite of Week 1 and a trendy Super Bowl pick around the market. On the flip side, the Washington Redskins will be starting a quarterback on his third different squad in as many seasons and will be down their best offensive lineman due to an extended holdout.
As of Saturday evening, more than two-thirds of betting tickets were backing the Eagles, but can they cover in this spot, or is there value on the road team?
You’ll find all our coverage of this game below, from our comprehensive betting guide to Sean Koerner’s projected odds and more.
Redskins vs. Eagles Betting Guide, Picks
Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.
Here’s an excerpt, but you can read the full piece here.
Washington’s seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle is showing no signs of returning to an offense that will have Case Keenum throwing to starting wide receivers Paul Richardson, Trey Quinn and Terry McLaurin. Needless to say, this team is going to have trouble scoring.
And even if the Redskins can move the ball, they’ll likely do so at an incredibly slow pace. According to Football Outsiders’ situation-neutral pace, Washington ranked dead last in the NFL last year in offensive pace.
Philadelphia is loaded in terms of offensive talent, but just like Washington, plays at a shockingly slow place.
Sean Koerner’s Projected Redskins-Eagles Odds
Sean Koerner uses his NFL Power Ratings to project a spread and total for Sunday’s Redskins-Eagles matchup. See whether he thinks the Eagles should be so heavily favored in this divisional showdown.
NFL player prop bets offer tremendous value on the board every week and the Eagles have a tight end with tremendous upside in their matchup with the Redskins. Dallas Goedert’s receiving prop this week is rated an 8 out of 10 per our our FantasyLabs Player Props tool.
You can read more about that and other valuable Week 1 props worth playing here in Mike Randle’s piece.
Pick ‘Em Confidence Rating
Sean Koerner ranks every straight-up and against-the-spread pick for pools in his Pick ‘Em Confidence Ratings.
Survivor Pool Recommendations
Should you roll with either the Redskins or Eagles to open the season? Our NFL simulations reveal the best Week 1 survivor pool picks.