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Washington Commanders vs Philadelphia Eagles Odds, Best Bets & MNF Predictions

Washington Commanders vs Philadelphia Eagles Odds, Best Bets & MNF Predictions
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The Philadelphia Eagles aim to keep a perfect season intact when Jalen Hurts and Co. host the Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football for Week 10 of the 2022 NFL betting season. 

The Eagles are a perfect 8-0 and already handled Washington 24-8, back in Week 3. They rank third in the NFL in both total offense and total defense. The Commanders (4-4) had won three straight before a 20-17 setback to the one-loss Vikings last Sunday. 


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The clash of NFC East rivals isn’t close according to oddsmakers on betting apps, where Philly is at -11 in the latest Commanders vs. Eagles odds. The total is at 44 points. 

Bookies.com NFL handicapper Adam Thompson – who has hit on 63.8% of his NFL picks this season – breaks down the Sunday night showdown and reveals his top plays. 

Commanders vs. Eagles Point Spread Pick

The Eagles are at -11 according to the latest NFL lines, a number begging for a Commanders backing. We’re not falling for it. Philly dismantled Washington earlier this season and hasn’t had many close games since. Ron Rivera and QB Taylor Heinicke should be commended for getting the Commanders back in the mix in a brutal NFC East. 

However, they still rank 20th or worse in rushing, pass and pass defense. The Eagles rank top 8 in all three and are at home, where they’re 4-0 ATS and overall by an average margin of 14 ppg. Back Philly to cover at home

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Commanders vs. Eagles Over/Under Best Bet

The 44-point line on sports betting sites sounds like a low one for an Eagles game because it is. The Over has hit in each Philly game with an O/U of 45 or less. But what the Commanders bring makes us lean Under


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None of the last seven Washington games have totaled over 44 points, and only one has even hit 40. Chase Young could suit up, adding a massive boost to its defense. Meanwhile, the Commanders O-line is massively outmatched here. Philly registered nine sacks in the first meeting. We don’t expect the Commanders to do much of anything on offense, which is why we like Philly ATS. It’s also why we’ll take the Under

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Commanders vs. Eagles Moneyline Pick

It would take a $490 wager on the Eagles to make $100 in profit on backing the favorite on MNF. That’s steep. It should be clear that we’re not taking the Commanders, despite their +390 posting. 

We’ve seen too many crazy examples this 2022 NFL season of massive favorites straight-up losing. That keeps us from backing any team at this price, even one that’s unbeaten, at home and favored by double figures. 

One final interesting note for Commanders fans excited for Maryland sports betting: The state should be going live with legal wagering either this month or early next month.

Best Commanders vs. Eagles Player Props

Jalen Hurts, Under 0.5 Interceptions

Odds: -155 at DraftKings ➜

Hurts hasn’t thrown an INT since Week 4, and he only has two of them all season. Washington’s defense, meanwhile, has just three picks on the year; only the Saints and Giants have fewer. Chase Young won’t be back until next week and the Commanders won’t have much of a pass rush to speak of, giving Hurts more time than usual. Another pick-less outing for the QB

Miles Sanders, Over 68.5 Rush Yards

Odds: -115 at BetMGM ➜

Sanders had at least 70 rush yards in Philly’s last three games and in six of the eight this season. His worst outing was against Washington in Week 3, a 15-carry, 46-yard performance that keeps this number low. But the Commanders, overmatched already, will be without two starting LBs. If Philly gets a lead, as most seem to expect (including yours truly), look for Sanders to get his touches and get back to his 70-plus-yards ways

About the Author

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been estabilshed as one of the nation's premier NFL and MLB handicappers, and his horse racing and PGA picks have produced major winners over the last 12 months.