Seahawks vs. Eagles Odds & Picks: How We’re Betting This Tight NFC Wild Card Spread
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- Our staff previews the most important matchups for Sunday's NFC Wild Card matchup between the Seahawks and Eagles.
- Find betting odds, how our experts' picks for the playoff matchup and more predictions below.
Seahawks at Eagles Picks, Predictions & Betting Odds
- Odds: Eagles -1.5
- Over/Under: 45.5
- Kickoff: 4:40 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: NBC
Odds as of Saturday evening and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
The Seahawks have received a staggering amount of public support for their NFL Wild Card matchup against the Eagles: Almost 80% of bets and more than 65% of money has come in on Seattle as of Saturday evening.
Do our experts agree, or should you fade the public? They preview Sunday’s game, featuring analysis of the biggest matchups and their picks.
Seahawks-Eagles Injury Report
Which team is healthier? Seahawks
The Seahawks have more players on their injury report, but their injuries aren’t as significant as the Eagles.
Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (core) should be a full go after he was removed from Friday’s injury report. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee) is out with a knee injury, and they could potentially be down two offensive linemen as Duane Brown (knee/biceps) is out and Mike Iupati (neck) is listed as questionable. Pete Carroll said Iupati will be a game-time call.
Meanwhile, the Eagles could welcome back RB Miles Sanders (ankle), who practiced in full on Friday and is ready to go. However, Nelson Agholor (knee) remains out and Zach Ertz (ribs, back) still hasn’t been cleared for contact. There has been some optimism from the Eagles camp that the tight end will play, but we likely won’t know his status until game time. — Justin Bailey