Week 3 finale Redskins @ Eagles.
The NFL Week 3 finale features the Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia Eagles. The Redskins, who are 3-2 on the road and 6-5 for the season, are actually matched up pretty squarely with their Monday night opponents. On the down side they are coming into the game on the tails of a 2 game losing streak and only 1 win in the last 4 games. Quarterback Alex Smith suffered a horrific incident on the field which took him out of for the season a couple weeks ago leaving the team to set Colt McCoy into action. So far McCoy has 3 touchdowns and 322 yards on 30 completions. Adrian Peterson is averaging 4.1 yards per run and has converted 758 rushing yards into 6 touchdowns. Taking on the long game is Jordan Reed with 537 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns.
The Philadelphia Eagles season record is 6-5 and they don a 5-5 record at home. Although coming into the game following a win, they have just 2 wins in the last 4 games. Carson Wentz is on the throwing arm side of 2540 touchdown passes. He has completed 230 passes from 330 attempts. Running Back Josh Adams has just 2 touchdowns but he is averaging 5.2 yards per carry for a total of 291 yards. Zach Ertz has been a factor in the long game with his 895 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns.
What are the odds and who will win?
The line for the Monday Night matchup is Philadelphia Eagles -6 which is down from the original line of -7 and the total on the game is o/u 45 points. Betting trends show that 51% of the fans like the Eagles to cover the spread and win the game. 58% think that both teams scores combined will exceed 45 points.
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