Washington Commanders vs. Philadelphia Eagles NFL Betting Pick MNF Week 10 – November 14

A Monday night mismatch will close out a thrilling slate of Week 10 NFL action as an all-NFC East showdown features prominently. It will be the dominating Philadelphia Eagles, playing host to the lowly Washington Commanders – two teams very much on either end of the standings entering this divisional clash. The Eagles enter a perfect 8-0 and given their relatively easy schedule, it’s tough to envision this team losing anytime soon. Their defensive and offensive lines remain the engine of both sides of the football, while Jalen Hurts has taken a real step forward at the quarterback position.

For the Commanders, they enter with a 4-5 record and have remained afloat in a tight post-season battle. Washington has been better with Taylor Heinicke under center opposed to Carson Wentz, so don’t expect to see all that many Wentz snaps in his return to Philadelphia. Defensively Washington has been better in recent weeks, but will no doubt receive their stiffest test in some time against the high-octane Eagles attack.

Can an improving Commanders squad keep up with the perfect 8-0 Eagles? A fascinating encounter awaits in the Monda evening window, and we’ve got your betting needs covered! Continue reading on beneath the posted odds for a full matchup preview, trends, and the latest information to help you make an informed decision for Week 10’s Eagles vs. Commanders Monday night matchup! Enjoy the game!

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Commanders Live Odds & Betting History

Betting odds provided by BOVADA

TEAMSCOMMANDERSEAGLES
MONEYLINE+450-570
SPREAD+10.5 (-110)-10.5 (-110)
TOTALOver 43.5 (-110)Under 43.5 (-110)
TEAM DATACOMMANDERSEAGLES
Overall Record4-58-0
ATS Record4-4-15-3-0
Home/Away Record1-3-04-0-0
Points Per Game17.828.3
Points Against Per Game21.916.3
Passing Yards Per Game218.8242.2
Rushing Yards Per Game108.5149.8

Washington Commanders vs. Philadelphia Eagles Prediction:

The last time these two squads faced off, the Eagles roared out to a 24-0 lead. Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia offense could’ve named their score in that contest, and seven weeks later, the Eagles remain perfect and looking every bit like a real Super Bowl contender. Despite the Eagles dominating that Week 3 showdown, Washington has managed to make some steady gains. Will they be enough to keep this high-octane Eagles’ attack in check? Likely not. But Washington has improved over the last little stretch. Despite ranking as one of the tougher stop units in all of the NFL, the Commanders have and likely will continue to struggle vs. Hurts. The reason being is their pass rush is fully negated by one of the top offensive lines in football. The Washington defensive front is great, but Philly’s protection can fully negate it. With time and space, Hurts’ accuracy from the pocket only increases downfield.

The Commanders’ secondary is pathetic, and remains a real sore spot within this otherwise solid defense. With added opportunity, Hurts can survey downfield, and both AJ Brown and Devonta Smith should easily win their matchups. Look for big outings from that tandem on Monday night.

The Commanders will need to throw and move the chains in order to keep pace with the Eagles. And though Heinicke has been seen as an upgrade on Carson Wentz, he’s not going to stand much of a chance against Philadelphia’s defensive line and rush. Heinicke is certainly more elusive, but struggles to throw on the run, and has made plenty of errors and mistakes when pressured. Heinicke hasn’t seen a defensive group as ferocious as Philadelphia’s, and don’t be shocked to see the Eagles’ stop unit come up with some points tonight.

Commanders vs. Eagles Trends To Know:

  • Commanders are 1-4-1 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.

  • Commanders are 2-6-1 ATS in their last 9 vs. NFC East.

  • Commanders are 2-8 ATS in their last 10 Monday games.

  • Eagles are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 home games.

  • Eagles are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games following a straight up win.

  • Commanders are 3-7-1 ATS in their last 11 meetings.

  • Commanders are 1-3-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings in Philadelphia.

  • Home team is 3-1-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings.

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