NFL Pro Football 2015 Philadelphia Eagles Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 Philadelphia Eagles concluded play in the regular season with a record of 10-6 and finished second in the NFC East. They missed the playoffs because the second place teams in the NFC North and NFC West all had 11 wins. AFC teams had trouble with the Eagles as Philadelphia was a perfect 4-0. But against familiar teams in the NFC conference the Eagles were only 6-6.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Philadelphia Eagles lined at 9 ½ wins with the under favored by -160 odds. Those betting on the Eagles to finish with over 9 ½ wins will get back +130 odds.

The Eagles traded away Nick Foles in the offseason as they get Sam Bradford from the St Louis Rams. Bradford has played just seven games the past two seasons as he has been struck by major injuries. He will be 28 years old in November and in his career has hit on 58.6% of his throws with 59 touchdowns and 38 picks on some very bad Rams teams. Bradford got hit a lot in his time with the Rams as he has lined up in front of several bad offensive lines. Also to this day the St Louis receiver talent has still not seen much upgrading. With the Eagles he will be in a Chip Kelly offense that is fast paced and quick strike and can showcase the talents Bradford did in his college days at Oklahoma. The Eagles moved out LeSean McCoy which created some controversy. With the move they received Kiko Alonso from Buffalo to help out a very bad defense from a season ago. In free agency the team signed DeMarco Murray away from the Dallas Cowboys. The move improved Philadelphia while weakened the Cowboys at the same time. In the draft the Eagles picked up a wide receiver that can help the team greatly. Nelson Agholor is a rookie out of USC and Jordan Matthews is a second year man out of Vanderbilt who had a good rookie campaign in 2014. Chip Kelly has had trouble in step up games during his career in Philadelphia often losing to playoff type teams. The defense needs to do their part in getting stops to keep the Eagles in games against the top tier teams in the league.

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