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Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins point spread and odds

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins point spread and odds Week 7 NFL football will end today with the Monday night football game Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins and here you will find the latest point spread and betting odds on the match-up. After a quite successful weekend for the favorite-team bettors, those who were looking for a few big upsets would have their chance to close the NFL Week 7 on the positive side during the Monday night football game, granted they get it right this time. Tonight the Philadelphia Eagles (3-2) will take the short trip to FedEx Field to meet the struggling Washington Redskins (2-4), aiming for a morale boosting victory and improving on a not-so-good record. And looking and the spread and odds on the Monday night football game between the Eagles and the Redskins, Philadelphia is sure to deliver according to the odds makers.

 As usual we check with one of the most popular sports betting websites, Bookmaker, to get the point spread and line on the tonight's game. And no surprises here - the Eagles are a big favorite to add another W to their stats with odds -350 on winning the game, while the Redskins will come out in front of home audience as underdog sitting on +290 odds to win the Week 7 Monday night football game. Keep in mind that according to Bookmaker, the majority of the bettors are taking Philadelphia this Monday, despite the unprofitable odds, making the bet on the Eagles to win the game as the most popular wager with the sportsbook, followed by Eagles winning the 1st half of the game, as well. The Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins point spread is currently at -7.5 points chalk the Eagles and the total posted by the online sportsbook is 37 points even. For the stats lovers - Philadelphia is 13-6 against the spread in its last 19 games on the road, but Washington is 4-1 against the spread in its last 5 games when playing the Eagles at home. Also notable is the fact that the total has gone UNDER in 7 of Philadelphia's last 8 games when playing on the road against the Redskins.

 Excluding the players reported as probable at both teams for Monday night football participation, among which are Eagles QB Donovan McNabb and RB Westbrook, injuries are not threatening the outcome of the game as much as initially anticipated. For the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Kevin Curtis is out for Week 7 with knee injury, along with linebacker Omar Gaither and defensive end Victor Abiamiri, while questionable for the Eagles remain defensive end Darren Howard and tackle Jason Peters. For the Washington Redskins tackle Chris Samuels is out for the Monday night football game and running back Clinton Portis remains questionable after an ankle injury.

 Published on 10/26/2009

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