A few interesting betting tidbits to know for Eagles-Browns this weekend


The record of the week is 3-6.

That’s what both the Eagles and Browns are against the spread this season.

Obviously, Cleveland is the better team on paper with a record of 6-3 compared to the Eagles’ mark of 3-5-1.

However, if the playoffs started today the Browns would be on the outside looking in, while the NFC East division leading Eagles would host Tom Brady and the Buccaneers.

NBC Sports betting partner PointsBet has the Eagles as 3.5-point underdogs for this Sunday’s game in Cleveland. The line opened with the Eagles getting 3 points.

The Browns have not covered the spread in four straight games; whereas the Eagles have alternated wins and losses vs. the line in its last six outings per Rotoworld.

The Eagles’ lackluster performance against the Giants has now made the odds to win the NFC East quite interesting. The Eagles remain the odds-on favorite at -162 ($10 bet to win $6.12) while the Giants are now the second choice at +300 ($10 bet to win $30).

Last week, the Eagles were the odds-on favorite at -334 ($10 bet to win $2.99) with New York dead last at +1000 ($10 bet to win $100).

Big Blue is on a bye this week but you be the “Judge,” as in Giants head coach Joe Judge, and tell me which team looks like the one on the rise?

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