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NFL Football Gambling - Eagles at Redskins

NFL football gambling handicappers are surprised at the solid play of the Eagles as they are a top betting on NFL football contender despite being largely rebuilt.
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NFL football gambling expectations continue to be mixed for the Washington Redskins as they are struggling to find betting on NFL football consistency.

The Redskins will host the Eagles in a key NFC East Division showdown from FedEx Field on ESPN Monday Night Football.  Kickoff is set for 8:40 PM ET and Sports-Gambling opened with Philadelphia as a 3 point favorite.

The Philadelphia Eagles have a NFL betting record of 5-3 straight up and 3-5 against the spread with 5 of their games going over the total.  The Eagles are in 2nd place in the NFC East behind the 6-2 New York Giants.  Philadelphia is coming off a 26-24 win over Indianapolis although the failed to cover as 3.5 point home favorites.

The Eagles have won 3 of their last 4 games with all 4 of the matchups going over the total.  The Eagles rank 4th for overall offense and 12th overall for defense.  Michael Vick is having a great comeback season at quarterback with a 105.3 rating and 7/0 touchdown/interception ratio while averaging 8.1 yards per attempt.

Vick is also 2nd on the Eagles in rushing despite missing 3 games due to injury.  LeSean McCoy leads Philly with 572 yards on the ground and a 4.7 yards per carry average.

The Washington Redskins have a NFL gambling record of 4-4 straight up and 4-3-1 against the spread and are in 3rd place in the NFC East.  Washington is coming off a bye week that followed a 37-25 loss at Detroit in which starting quarterback Donovan McNabb was pulled from the game by head coach Mike Shanahan.

The Redskins rank 23rd in the NFL for scoring and 16th for points allowed.  McNabb has been mediocre at quarterback with a 76.0 rating and a 7/8 TD/INT ratio.  The Redskins have needed turnovers and opportunism to win as neither side of the line has produced consistently.

The favorite has paid out in just 1 of the last 8 NFL football gambling matchups in this head to head series and just 2 of the last 9 meetings in Washington have gone over the total.  The Redskins beat the Eagles 17-12 on October 3 as 5 point road dogs as the game went under the total.