2020 NFL Betting Preview: Philadelphia Odds, lines for 2020 Regular Season
The 2020 NFL regular-season is finally here and the Philadelphia Eagles’ odds to make the playoffs and compete for another Super Bowl are very solid and worthy of your consideration. The Eagles (-278) open the 2020 NFL Regular Season on Sunday, Sept. 13 at Washington Football Team (+220).
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NFC East Odds: Cowboys (-110), Eagles (+140), Giants (+1000), Washington (+1300)
NFC East Win Totals:
1. Cowboys: O/U 9.5 Wins (-150/+123)
2. Eagles: O/U 9 Wins (-134/+110)
3. Giants: O/U 6 Wins (-114/-106)
4. Washington: O/U 5 Wins (-143/+118)
NFC East teams to make the NFL Playoffs:
1. Cowboys: Yes (-250/+200)
2. Eagles: Yes (-177), No (+144)
3. Giants: Yes (+370), No (-500)
4. Washington: Yes (+550), No (-835)
NFC East Finishing Position:
1. Cowboys: 1st (-110), 2nd (+140), 3rd (+900), 4th (+1500)
2. Eagles: 1st (+140), 2nd (+115), 3rd (+600), 4th (+1200)
3. Giants: 1st (+900), 2nd (+600), 3rd (+118), 4th (+145)
4. Washington: 1st (+1300), 2nd (+1000), 3rd (+160), 4th (-129)
2020 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule & Game Lines
Week 1 (Sun. 9/13, 1 p.m.): Eagles at Washington. FOX.
Moneyline: Eagles -286, Washington +225
Spread: Eagles -6.5 (-110), Washington +6.5 (-110)
Over/Under: 44.5pts (-110/-110)
Week 2 (Sun. 9/20, 1 p.m.): Eagles vs. Los Angeles Rams. FOX
Moneyline: Eagles -205, Rams +165
Spread: Eagles -4 (-110), Rams +4 (-110)
Over/Under: 49pts (-110/-110)
Week 3 (Sun. 9/27, 1 p.m.): Eagles vs. Cincinnati Bengals. CBS.
Spread: Eagles -7.5 (-110), Bengals +7.5 (-110)
Week 4 (Sun. 10/4, 8:20 p.m.): Eagles at San Francisco 49ers. NBC.
Spread: Eagles +5.5 (-110), 49ers -5.5 (-110)
Week 5 (Sun. 10/11, 1 p.m.): Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers. FOX.
Spread: Eagles +1.5 (-110), Steelers -1.5 (-110)
Week 6 (Sun. 10/18, 1 p.m.): Eagles vs. Baltimore Ravens. CBS.
Spread: Eagles +2.5 (-110), Ravens -2.5 (-110)
Week 7 (Thurs. 10/22, 8:20 p.m.): Eagles vs. New York Giants. NFLN/FOX.
Spread: Eagles -7.5 (-110), Giants -4 (-110)
Week 8 (Sun 11/1, 8:20 p.m.): Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys. NBC.
Spread: Eagles -2.5 (-110), Cowboys +2.5 (-110)
Week 9: BYE WEEK
Week 10 (Sun. 11/15, 1 p.m.): Eagles at New York Giants. FOX
Spread: Eagles -3.5 (-110), Giants +3.5 (-110)
Week 11 (Sun. 11/22, 1 p.m.): Eagles at Cleveland Browns. FOX.
Spread: Eagles +1 (-110), Browns -1 (-110)
Week 12 (Mon. 11/30, 8:15 p.m.): Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks. ESPN.
Spread: Eagles -2.5 (-110), Seahawks +2.5 (-110)
Week 13 (Sun. 12/6, 4:25 p.m.): Eagles at Green Bay Packers. CBS.
Spread: Eagles +2 (-110), Packers -2 (-110)
Week 14 (Sun. 12/13, 4:25 p.m.): Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints. FOX.
Spread: Eagles +1.5 (-110), Saints -1.5 (-110)
Week 15 (Sun. 12/20, 4:05 p.m.): Eagles at Arizona Cardinals. FOX.
Spread: Eagles -1.5 (-110), Cardinals +1.5 (-110)
Week 16 (Sun. 12/27, 4:25 p.m.): Eagles at Dallas Cowboys. FOX.
Spread: Eagles +3.5 (-110) vs. Cowboys -3.5 (-110)
Week 17 (Sun. 1/3, 1 p.m.): Eagles vs. Washington. FOX.
Eagles Odds: NFC Championship
NFC Championship Odds: 49ers (+450), Saints (+550), Cowboys/Buccaneers (+750), Eagles (+1000), Seahawks (+1050), Vikings (+1200), Packers (+1300), Rams (+1800), Bears (+2000), Cardinals/Falcons (+2500), Lions (+3000), Giants (+4000), Panthers/Washington (+6000)
Eagles Odds: Super Bowl LV
Shortest Odds: Chiefs (+600), Ravens (+650), 49ers (+900), Saints (+1000), Buccaneers (+1400), Cowboys (+1600), Patriots/Eagles (+1800), Seahawks (+2000), Colts (+2200), Bills/Vikings/Steelers (+2500), Packers/Titans (+2800), Bears/Browns/Rams (+4000), Chargers (+4500), Cardinals/Falcons/Broncos/Texans +5000. Click here for the full list of Super Bowl odds.
Eagles Odds: NFL Most Valuable Player
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz enters the 2020 NFL season +2000 to win the NFL MVP award, the sixth shortest odds of any player. Wentz has slightly shorter odds than fellow quarterbacks Drew Brees, Kyler Murray, and DeShaun Watson, all +2500 to win the award. RB Myles Sanders, who came on strong toward the end of the 2019 season, is listed at +15000 to win the award. Also checking in on the list of odds for 2020 NFL MVP is TE Zach Ertz, who along with Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette, Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy, Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb and Washington DE Chase Young is tied for the longest odds at +50000 to win the award.
Shortest Odds: KC QB Patrick Mahomes (+400), BAL QB Lamar Jackson (+700), SEA QB Russell Wilson (+800), DAL QB Dak Prescott (+1400), TB QB Tom Brady (+1600). Click here for the full list of NFL MVP odds.
Eagles Odds: Offensive Player of the Year
While quarterbacks dominate the top of the odds list for NFL MVP, the Offensive Player of the Year Award is much more balanced, with three running backs, two wide receivers and a tight end among the ten shortest odds to win the award. Eagles QB Carson Wentz enters the season +3300 to win the award, the same odds as Giants RB SaQuon Barkley.
Shortest Odds: KC QB Pat Mahomes (+700), TEN RB Derrick Henry (+1000), BAL QB Lamar Jackson (+1000), CAR RB Christian McCaffrey (+1000), NO WR Michael Thomas (+1000), SF TE George Kittle (+1400). Click here for the full list of Offensive Player of the Year Odds.
Eagles Odds: Defensive Player of the Year
The Eagles defense is lead upfront by DE Brandon Graham and DT Fletcher Cox, both entering the season +10000 to win the Defensive Player of the Year Award. Graham led the team with 8.5 sacks and 17 tackles for loss in 2019. The Eagles lost Malcolm Jenkins and Ronald Darby in the offseason, but added Lions CB Darius Slay and made him the highest-paid cornerback in NFL history. He enters his first season in Philadelphia +15000 to win the award. But the last time a player won the award in his first season with a team was in 1995 when former Packers LB Bryce Paup won the award in his first season with the Buffalo Bills.
Shortest Odds: LAR NT Aaron Donald (+700) SF DE Nick Bosa (+1200), CHI LB Khalil Mack (+1400), HOU DE, J.J. Watt (+1400), PIT LB T.J. Watt (+1600), CLE DE Myles Garrett (+2000). Click here for the full list of Defensive Player of the Year odds.
- Darius Slay to lead NFL in Interceptions (+3300)
- Brandon Graham to lead NFL in Sacks (+6600)
Eagles Odds: Comeback Player of the Year
A 2019 return to Philadelphia was hampered by injuries, but WR DeSean Jackson is once again healthy and still has all the tools necessary to be one of the top deep threats in the league. Jackson, who enters the season +3300 to win the Comeback Player of the Year Award, has the perfect quarterback for what he does best. Jackson holds the NFL record for most touchdown plays of 60 or more yards, and several big strikes are all he needs to make a major impact.
Shortest Odds: PIT QB Ben Roethlisberger (+300), WAS QB Alex Smith (+300), NE QB Cam Newton (+400), DET QB Matthew Stafford (+800), HOU DE J.J. Watt (+1000). Click here for the full list of Comeback Player of the Year odds.
Eagles Odds: Defensive Rookie of the Year
Only four of the Eagles’ ten draft picks were on the defensive side, the first coming in the third round with Colorado LB Davion Taylor, followed by Clemson S K’Von Wallace in the fourth round. The Eagles also selected Temple LB Shaun Bradley in the sixth round and Stanford LB Casey Toohill in the seventh round.
None of the Eagles’ defensive rookies are listed with preseason odds to win the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award, but Taylor and Bradley should get opportunities to make an impact a linebacker, with only Nathan Gerry officially locked into one of the starting spots.
Shortest Odds: WAS DE Chase Young (+200), ARI LB Isaiah Simmons (+500), BAL LB Patrick Queen (+900), LAC LB Kenneth Murray (+1100), CAR DT Derrick Brown (+1600), DET CB Jeffrey Okudah (+1600). Click here for the full list of Defensive Rookie of the Year Odds.
Eagles Odds: Offensive Rookie of the Year
Jalen Reagor, a former TCU star wide receiver the Eagles drafted with the No. 21 overall pick, plays much bigger than his 5-11, 195-pound frame, having led all 2020 first-round receivers in contested catches during the 2019 college season. Reagor was +2500 to win Offensive Rookie of the Year honors prior to sustained a shoulder injury two weeks before the start of the regular season. He is expected to miss the first four weeks, and is currently +4000 to win the award.
The Eagles turned more heads in the second round of the draft, selecting Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts, who is +8000 to win the award and is only likely to see the field if Carson Wentz gets injured. Having said that, it is important to note that Wentz has dealt with injuries in each of the past three seasons.
Shortest Odds: CIN QB Joe Burrow (+225), KC RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (+400), MIA QB Tua Tagovailoa (+800), IND RB Jonathan Taylor (+800), LAR RB Cam Akers (+1600)
DEN WR Jerry Jeudy (+1600). Click here for the full list of Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds.
Eagles Odds: Most Passing Yards
Carson Wentz finished last season with a career-best 4,039 passing yards, good enough for ninth place among 2019 quarterback. He enters the season +2500 to finish the 2020 NFL season with the most passing yards, the ninth shortest odds. Sharing the same ods as Wentz are Drew Brees, Kyler Murray, and Russell Wilson.
Shortest Odds: Patrick Mahomes, KC (+450), Matt Ryan, ATL (+500), Jared Goff, LAR (+700), Tom Brady, TB (+800), Dak Prescott, DAL (+800), Matthew Stafford (+1400). Click here for more Most Passing Yards Odds.
- Carson Wentz Over/Under 3900.5 Total Passing Yards (-110/-110)
- Carson Wentz Over/Under 27.5 Total Passing TDs (-110/-110)
- Carson Wentz to lead NFL in Most Interceptions Thrown (+4000)
Eagles Odds: Most Receiving Yards
It will be hard for any receiver to keep up with Saints’ Michael Thomas, who finished the 2019 season with nearly 400 yards more than second place. Thomas is a +500 favorite to finish the 2020 season with the most receiving yards. Both DeSean Jackson (+10000) and Jalen Reagor (+15000) are listed as longshots to win the award. Click here for more Most Receiving Yards Odds.
- Jalen Reagor Over/Under 650.5 Total Receiving Yards (-110/-110)
- Zach Ertz Over/Under 850.5 Total Receiving Yards (-110/-110)
- Zach Ertz Over/Under 6 Receiving TDs (-110/-110)
Eagles Odds: Most Rushing Yards
Injuries led to the Eagles using a litany of rushers last season. By season’s end, it was Myles Sanders who was leading the way as the top back. He enters his second season +2000 to finish with the most NFL Rushing Yards. Derrick Henry, who led the way with 1,540 yards last season, is the odds-on favorite at +700. Click here for more Most Rushing Yards Odds.
(All odds as of Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 2:00 p.m. ET)