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Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins 12/15/2019 Game Analysis, Odds and Picks

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Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins 12-15-2019 Game Analysis Odds and Picks

Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins 12/15/2019 – The Philadelphia Eagles (6-7) are taking their chances against the Washington Redskins (3-10). The battle of the low-tier teams is on full swing as the season draws to a close. Betonline sportsbook is busy collecting bets while crunching recent-game team performance.

Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins 12/15/2019

When: Sunday, December 15, 1:00 PM ET
Where: FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland
TV: TV
Stream: SofaStream

Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins 12/15/2019

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Eagles -6 (-110) 40 o (-110) -270
Washington +6 (-110) 40 u (-110) +210
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Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles last sank their claws on the New York Giants and triumphed with a 23-17 score. QB Carson Wentz was on max performance mode, going for 33/50 with 325 air yards. He successfully threw in 2 TDs without any interceptions. Boston Scott also brought his guns to bear with a 10-carry performance of 59 yards. The icing on the cake was a picture-perfect rushing TD. Zach Ertz caught the ball 9 times, granting the team 91 yards.

The Eagles owe their win to exemplary defense. They limited their opponent to an impressive 50% throw completion rate. While they weren’t as highly defensive in rush attempts, the Eagles still constricted the enemy to only 20 attacks. They complemented their defensive line with high initiative, going for 27 first-downs.

The Eagles won the battle of the yards. Their yardage gain was pegged at 418 versus the opponent’s 255. The huge gap is indicative of the strong defense that the Eagles nailed into their opponent. Hopefully, the Eagles can keep up this salvo to win their upcoming match.

Players to watch:

C. Wentz QB (12 GP 271 CMP 434 ATT 62.4 CMP% 2840 YDS 6.5 AVG 252.3 YDS/G 53 LNG 20 TD 7 INT 30 SACK 181 SYL 63.9 QBR 90 RTG), J. Howard RB (9 GP 119 ATT 525 YDS 4.4 AVG 20 LNG 1 BIG 6 TDS 58.3 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 28 FD), M. Sanders RB (12 GP 116 ATT 520 YDS 4.5 AVG 65 LNG 2 BIG 1 TDS 43.3 YDS/G 2 FUM 1 LST 17 FD), Z. Ertz TE (12 GP 70 REC 106 TGTS 736 YDS 10.5 AVG 3 TD 26 LNG 9 BIG 61.3 YDS/G 1 FUM 1 LST 222 YAC 40 FD), A. Jeffery WR (9 GP 43 REC 71 TGTS 490 YDS 11.4 AVG 4 TD 38 LNG 6 BIG 54.4 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 132 YAC 36 FD).

Washington Redskins

The Redskins faced one of the league giants, the Green Bay Packers, but were unable to keep up. The Redskins lost with a 20-15 endgame score. QB Dwayne Haskins was going for 16/27 with 170 air yards. While he didn’t push his performance to the limit, he still managed to throw in 1 TD and 1 interception. Adrian Peterson took charge of rush attacks, accumulating 20 carries resulting in 76 yards gained. His high point was a rushing TD. Terry McLaurin was the receivers’ toast, catching the ball 4 times for 57 yards.

The Redskins played lackluster defense. They let the opponent connect 64% of their throws. The greater concern, however, is the 28 rush attempts that the Redskins weren’t able to fend off. This figured largely in the opponent’s game plan. The Redskins regretted this oversight later on as they were outscored in the final moments of the game. 

The Redskins tried to compensate by going for the offense. They rushed for 28 out of 59 plays. However, they lost the battle for the yards. The Redskins posted 262 versus the opponent’s 341. The gap in  yardage gain meant that the Redskins had tighter territory to move in, and may have prevented them from doing a last-ditch offense.  

Players to watch:

C. Keenum QB (8 GP 126 CMP 188 ATT 67 CMP% 1343 YDS 7.1 AVG 169.3 YDS/G 69 LNG 9 TD 4 INT 12 SACK 111 SYL 45.7 QBR 94.8 RTG), A. Peterson RB (12 GP 167 ATT 718 YDS 4.3 AVG 29 LNG 5 BIG 3 TDS 59.8 YDS/G 2 FUM 1 LST 31 FD), D. Guice RB (5 GP 42 ATT 245 YDS 5.8 AVG 60 LNG 3 BIG 2 TDS 49 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 9 FD), T. McLaurin WR (12 GP 46 REC 79 TGTS 703 YDS 15.3 AVG 6 TD 69 LNG 12 BIG 58.6 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 136 YAC 37 FD), C. Thompson RB (8 GP 35 REC 48 TGTS 334 YDS 9.5 AVG 0 TD 39 LNG 3 BIG 41.8 YDS/G 1 FUM 0 LST 293 YAC 12 FD).

Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins Betting Numbers

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Philadelphia Eagles

Eagles are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Philadelphia’s last 5 games.
Philadelphia is 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games against Washington.
Eagles are 5-0 SU in their last 5 games against Washington.
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Philadelphia’s last 5 games on the road.

Washington Redskins

Redskins are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 8 of Washington’s last 10 games.
Washington is 4-16 SU in their last 20 games.
Redskins are 1-9 SU in their last 10 games at home.
Washington is 6-13 SU in their last 19 games when playing at home against Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins Betting Picks

Sports books have estimated a 23.2 versus 15.6 scoreboard in favor of the Eagles. The winning score will cover the spread, with a total going under.