Carolina Panthers versus Philadelphia Eagles NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football will feature the Philadelphia Eagles hosting the Carolina Panthers on November 10th. The Panthers and Eagles will get things started from Philadelphia at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Philadelphia Eagles the -7 point wagering favorite with a total set at 48 points. Those who play on Philadelphia on the money line will lay -300 odds with the return on the road underdog Carolina Panthers at +250 odds on the money line.

The Philadelphia Eagles enter play with a mark of 6-2 and entering the weekend holds a ½ game lead over the Dallas Cowboys for first place in the NFC East division. The team bounced back from a four point hard luck loss at Arizona by posting a 31-21 victory at Houston a week ago. The team saw Philadelphia starting quarterback Nick Foles out for 6-8 weeks as he broke his collar bone. The Eagles had to resort to backup quarterback Mark Sanchez who played an integral part in the teams win at Houston. The former Jets signal caller threw for 202 yards with two touchdowns and two picks as he hit on 15 of 22 passes in relief of injured Nick Foles. Philadelphia posts the number four scoring offense in the NFL as they push across 29 points per game on the year. Defensively they limit their opponents to 22 points a contest ranking 14th. Carolina has been struck with major injuries to their team and it’s a reason why they enter Monday Night Football with a record of 3-5-1 and sitting in second place behind New Orleans in the NFC South after a Thursday night home loss to the Saints on October 30th. . They have lost four members of their offensive line to season ending injuries. Their stud defensive end Greg Hardy is serving a suspension and has been lost for the season. They rank 25th in both points scored and allowed this year as the Panthers average less than 20 points a game while giving up 26 to their opponents.

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