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You never want to lose a game, especially during primetime, but the Eagles have to feel good about getting the pressure of an undefeated season off of their back. With our economy on the verge of a vicious collapse, the 2007 nostalgia is already too much for a team to be undefeated heading into the playoffs. The Colts are coming off of a much-needed win in Jeff Saturday’s first game ever as a coach, after which he gave a speech that made every guy in Indiana’s balls tingle. Jonathan Taylor and Matt Ryan looked like the pair of fantasy football owners expected before the season kicked off. Ryan went 21 of 28 passes for 222 yards, and Taylor, who hadn’t broken the 100-yard rushing mark since week one against the Texans, ran for 147 yards- including a 66-yard touchdown. Sitting at 4-5-1, the Colts are still in the thick of an AFC South that’s so bad the Make-A-Wish team that scrimmages at halftime could probably scrape four wins in it. The Colts don’t really do anything well beyond being disciplined. Indianapolis is currently averaging 98.7 rushing yards per game (#28th in the NFL), 15.7 points per game (#30th in the NFL), and they allow their quarterbacks to be sacked at an 8.72% rate (#27th in the NFL). The Colts defense isn’t horrible, but it’s nothing special. Beyond one good game against Patrick Mahomes, the best quarterback they’ve faced this season is Derek Carr, and he’s not the reason the Raiders lost last weekend.
The Colts are the perfect get-right opponent for the Eagles right now. Philadelphia’s only weakness is against the run, and the Colts’ offensive line is one of the worst run-blocking lines in the league this year- just ask Jonathan Taylor fantasy owners. Jeff Saturday might look like the new face of Indy after winning one game, but the Eagles and the Raiders are two completely different beasts- it’s like comparing Scarlett Johansson to the hottest girl from your hometown. The Eagles sack their opponents at an 8.31% clip, which is against the NFC East monster offensive lines. The Colts’ offensive line is weaker than Biden’s border policy, and Matt Ryan gets sacked more than almost anybody in the league when he’s been on the field this season. With the idea that Indianapolis will run the ball as much as possible, Jonathan Gannon and company will have a great game plan going into this game. That’s the privilege an amazing defensive line gives a team. The Eagles’ offense shouldn’t have a problem against an Indy defense that’s mediocre to below average. Stephon Gilmore has been great at covering his opponent’s best receivers (Travis Kelce and Davante Adams included). The problem? The Eagles have three best receivers, and the Colts have one Stephon Gilmore. Vegas likes the Eagles 6.5, and they will win in a bloodbath. Eagles’ Moneyline after a loss is your safest bet yet. Take the Eagles Moneyline and get your free $150 from DraftKings!