NFL Pro Football 2012 Philadelphia Eagles Regular Season Win Odds

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The Philadelphia Eagles entered the 2011 season with extremely high expectations and failed to deliver for head coach Andy Reid as the club finished with a disappointing 8-8 record and failed to make a playoff berth for the first time since the 2007 season.

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The current regular season projected win total for the Philadelphia Eagles lined at Oddsmaker sportsbook is for 10 1/2 wins with the under favored at -135 odds and the odds playing the over at +105 odds.

The self-title 2011 Dream Team will have the benefit of a full training camp in 2012 as much of the leagues summer preparation work was hampered by the NFL Strike last year. The lack of preparation hampered the Eagles mightily as the club had high player turnover not only on the playing field but in the key area of defensive coordinator heading into 2011. The Eagles were looking to improve a defense in 2011 that had allowed 23 points per game in the 2010 year. We saw Eagles defensive coordinator Juan Castillo’s unit struggle very early but late in the season Philadelphia strengthened defensively as the club allowed just 9 points per game over the final four games of the season to improve their 2010 mark as the club finished off the 2011 season allowing 20 points per game. After starting 4-8 in 2011 the Philadelphia Eagles ran off four straight wins to close the year and was sparked by solid production on both sides of the field. Offensively in 2011 the Philadelphia Eagles put up some impressive numbers with 399 yards average per game with 142 coming on the ground and 257 through the air. The offense at times was the team’s worse enemy as the club was mired by mistakes costing the team victories. Michael Vick completed 59.8% of his passed in 2011 with 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. In 2010 Vick hit on 62.6% of this throws with 21 touchdowns and just six interceptions. The sad part about the 2012 year for the Eagles is the fact that Vick’s completion percentage was lower than Donovan McNabb’s last three full seasons with the Eagles. McNabb was shown the door due to his inaccuracy despite being surrounded by talented stars. Vick needs to be better in 2012 for the Eagles to make a Super Bowl run.

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