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When you get to the end of this blog, I promise you the spread of this game will shock you. The Eagles are a powerhouse with no signs of stopping. Philadelphia has been running over teams like they’re Caitlin Jenner after two glasses of pinot (165.3 rushing yards per game), and their air-raid attack is more dangerous than the Chelsea Manning footage (270.3 passing yards per game). Jalen Hurts has been fantastic behind the best offensive line in football, and Miles Sanders is projected to rush for over 1500 yards on the season. The AJ Brown and Devonta Smith duo has combined for forty-three receptions to the tune of 670 yards and two touchdowns. And if hypothetically a defense was to stop all of that, the Eagles boast a better defense of their own than the United States military-industrial complex. Philadelphia averages four sacks a game, and their secondary holds opposing quarterbacks to 4.8 yards per completed pass. The Eagles have the best turnover ratio in the league, meaning they cause two turnovers for every mistake they make on offense. Oh, and did I forget to mention offseason acquisition Haason Reddick was NFC defensive player of the week?
So yeah, there’s a reason ESPN runs the Eagles every five minutes. As for the Cardinals, they looked good against the Panthers, but Matt Rhule’s family has been on Zillow looking for a new house since the season started. Carolina stinks like a gym sock that farted. Nonetheless, a win is a win, and Kyler Murray had his best game of the season, despite one interception. After a rough week one, Arizona’s defense has really turned the ship around. With JJ Watt back in the lineup, Vance Joseph’s blitz-heavy attack made Baker Mayfield’s life a living hell last weekend. Mayfield looked like a chicken without a head, throwing two picks and running around cluelessly behind the line of scrimmage. The Cardinals only give up eight-seven rushing yards per contest, putting much more pressure on opposing quarterbacks than other teams. And not to mention, safety Antonio Hamilton makes his season debut this week. Vegas likes the Eagles -5.5 (-230 Moneyline), and I can’t imagine betting against them right now. Philadelphia is 3-0 ATS in their last three games, and while I do think the Cardinals will keep this contest respectable, this will be a win for the best team in the NFC East. Take the Eagles Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!