Last week I was able to get the touchdown scorers right but fell quite short with the receiving yards prop for Travis Kelce. This week I’m going to look at what I think is the best game of the weekend with the Buffalo Bills traveling to take on the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Buffalo Bills have struggled this season but after firing offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey following the loss to the Denver Broncos they were able to get back on track last week with a big 32-6 win over the New York Jets. Buffalo currently sits at 6-5.
Philadelphia has looked like the dominant team that they were last year and is sitting at 9-1 in control of the NFC. Last week they got a big come-from-behind win against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The last meeting between these two teams was in 2019 when the Eagles got a 31-13 win. The last time that Buffalo got a win over the Eagles was in 2011.
The moneyline in this one has the Eagles at -155 and the Bills at +135 on Bet365. The spread is close at 3 points and the over/under is 49.
Buffalo has looked like a shell of themselves this season with the offense looking lackluster. Josh Allen has thrown eight interceptions in his last seven games. Protecting the ball will have to be key especially when they’re facing a good Eagles offense on the other side. Buffalo is in desperate need of picking up a big win. They’ve lost two of their last three and are currently sitting outside of the playoff picture.
Jalen Hurts and the Eagles put together an impressive second half last week to defeat the Chiefs. They’ll be going against a Bills defense that has struggled with injuries so Hurts will have the opportunity to have a big game in this one. The key for the Eagles is to get the run game going early.
If I’m picking a moneyline I lean towards the Eagles but I think that the Bills are capable of the upset in this one if Josh Allen plays smart.
Anytime Touchdown Scorer
I think that the Eagles are going to be able to get into a rhythm in the run game and that Swift could find the end zone again this week. He’s got four touchdowns on the season and last week against the Chiefs he rushed for 76 yards and one touchdown on 12 attempts.
- D’Andre Swift anytime touchdown
- Josh Allen 200+ passing yards
- Dalton Kincaid 50+ receiving yards
- DeVonta Smith 25+ receiving yards
- Dalton Kincaid 5+ receptions
- Jordan Poyer 3+ tackles and assists