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Eagles vs. Seahawks Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Odds Week 15

Moneyline: Philadelphia Eagles -170, Seattle Seahawks +150
Spread: Eagles -3 (-115), Seahawks +3 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 47.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 15 – Game info - Eagles at Seahawks 

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Philadelphia Eagles (10-3) vs. Seattle Seahawks (6-7)
Date: Monday, Dec. 18
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Venue: Lumen Field in Seattle, Wash.
TV Channela: ABC, ESPN
Live Stream: FuboTV

It will be a Week 15 battle of the birds in Seattle on Monday Night Football, as two teams that have been humbled in recent weeks look for redemption with victories in prime time. The Philadelphia Eagles appeared to be this season’s Super Bowl favorites before getting embarrassed by two major NFC rivals over the past two weeks. The Eagles are now searching for answers on offense, and their defense continues to be a liability.

Philadelphia will be facing a Seattle team mired in a four-game losing streak -- the worst in head coach Pete Carroll’s 14 seasons with the Seahawks. They looked good in almost beating the Dallas Cowboys two weeks ago, but they were no match for the 49ers last weekend. Seattle is now on the outside looking in on the NFC playoff picture, so another loss here could be fatal to the Seahawks’ postseason hopes. Meanwhile, the Eagles are desperate to nab the NFC’s No. 1 playoff seed, so this matchup is going to feature two very hungry teams. Which one can stop its skid and get the job done on national TV?

Eagles at Seahawks Preview

After jumping out to a 10-1 record, the Philadelphia Eagles were tabbed as Super Bowl favorites. However, in the wake of back-to-back losses to the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers, deficiencies evident earlier in the Eagles’ season have deteriorated into serious flaws. Well-documented problems in the secondary and linebacker corps were exposed by their main conference rivals. As a result, the Eagles are now giving up the NFL’s fifth-most points per game.

The good news for Philadelphia is that its upcoming opponent, the Seattle Seahawks, didn’t fare much better defensively against those same two NFC powerhouses. The Seahawks are close to the Eagles in terms of points allowed per game as the NFL’s seventh-worst team in that category. These stats suggest a fun evening of offensive action could be on tap for Monday.

The Seahawks can celebrate rookie cornerback Devon Witherspoon’s breakout season, but he is operating in a secondary that gives up 243 passing yards per game (25th in the NFL). Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts and his offense have been slightly off the mark in recent weeks, but there is no doubt they have the ability to turn it on and get back to the league-leading numbers that have defined them. Hurts was an MVP candidate for a reason, and we are only three weeks removed from his fourth-quarter heroics that beat Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills.

Eagles wide receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith each had over 70 receiving yards against the Cowboys last week, and the return of tight end Dallas Goedert is great news for the Eagles. He had four catches for 30 yards against the Cowboys and can expect to see more work moving forward. Philadelphia’s group of pass-catchers are as dangerous as any in the NFL, and the Seattle secondary will need to raise its level of play if it hopes to limit them.

The Eagles’ poor offensive output against the Cowboys wasn’t helped by three uncharacteristic turnovers from Philadelphia’s key players. Hurts, Brown, and Smith all fumbled the ball last Sunday, which is a surefire way to give any opponent an advantage. Perhaps it was just an off day for the team that finished as last year’s Super Bowl runner-up.

When Seattle is on offense, the Seahawks will need to be perfect. They can take some comfort in knowing that they were indeed perfect just two weeks ago when they almost defeated Dallas. Seattle put up a much better fight offensively against the Cowboys than Philadelphia did, as the Seahawks scored 35 points in a game dominated by their top wide receiver, DK Metcalf. He will have to like his chances again this week against a Philadelphia secondary that has conceded the second-most yards to opposing wide receivers.

Seattle quarterback Geno Smith’s health will be one key to a perfect Seahawks performance. Smith missed last week’s game against San Francisco, which thrust backup QB Drew Lock into the starting position. Lock put together a useful stat line, but he threw three interceptions and never really had a chance against the Niners. On the other hand, Smith was brilliant against Dallas, carving up the Cowboys for 334 passing yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, the Eagles are a step down from the Cowboys, so a performance like that might be in the cards.

Metcalf is one of the NFL’s most dangerous wide receivers, but defenses also have to worry about Seahawks veteran Tyler Lockett and rookie Jaxon Smith-Njigba, who is starting to emerge as a real threat. Seattle’s plethora of play-makers will challenge an Eagles defense that ranks 28th in the league when it comes to passing yards conceded.

While their secondary seems to give up yardage for fun, the Eagles’ defensive front is definitely something that will concern Seattle. Philadelphia linebacker Haason Reddick has 11 sacks this season, followed by defensive end Josh Sweat with six and four other defensive players with at least three. The defensive line is a strength for Philadelphia, and dominating the trenches will be one of their keys to victory. San Francisco dropped Lock for four sacks last week. Taking that number even higher might be the best way for the Eagles front-seven to help out a struggling secondary. Seahawks QB Smith proved against Dallas that he can really throw the football when given time, so applying plenty of pressure will be crucial for Philadelphia.

Eagles vs. Seahawks Predictions and Picks

The Eagles desperately need to stop their skid, and I expect them to do so. They have lost both the No. 1 NFC playoff seed and their stranglehold on first place in the NFC East, so there is no more margin for error. After winning 10 games, Philadelphia was due a couple of letdown performances, but this is a talented team, and this is the week it snaps back into form.

The Seahawks are an inferior team in comparison to the 49ers and Cowboys, and the Eagles' offense matches up very well against Seattle’s defense. The Eagles are a pass-happy team, and the Seahawks allow 243 passing yards per game. Philadelphia wide receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith should have no problem getting open, and quarterback Jalen Hurts will help them put up a healthy total on Monday Night.

The Pick: Philadelphia Eagles -3 (-115)

We have already established that this matchup is a good one for Philadelphia’s offense. The Eagles should move the ball freely and put up plenty of points. It is also a similarly good matchup for the Seahawks when they are on offense. A wide receiver corps that includes DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba matches up brilliantly against Philadelphia’s generous secondary, which has yielded the second-most yards to NFL wide receivers in 2023.

Seattle quarterback Geno Smith should be back in the lineup for this game, and I expect him to play without fear. The Seahawks are on a four-game slide and have nothing to lose. They know they can attack the Eagles’ secondary, and I expect them to be aggressive in doing so. The Seahawks will put up several points of their own this week to help us beat the over.

The Pick: Over 47.5 points (-115)

Best NFL Player-Prop Bets for Eagles vs. Seahawks

A.J. Brown

This game is going to be a battle of aerial attacks, and wide receiver A.J. Brown should be the main weapon for Philadelphia. Tight end Dallas Goedert’s return will take away targets from the team’s other top receiver, DeVonta Smith, but Brown is the true alpha in this offense and will always get his opportunities. The Eagles need to find some rhythm on offense, and feeding Brown is a good way to get that going. I expect him to go over his line of 80.5 yards this week.

The Pick: A.J. Brown over 80.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

DK Metcalf

Wide receivers A.J. Brown and DK Metcalf were college teammates at Ole Miss, and I expect them to steal the Monday Night Football headlines. The Eagles allow the NFL’s second-most yards to wide receivers, and Seattle’s Metcalf proved how dangerous he could be on Nov. 30 against the Cowboys’ far superior secondary. He embarrassed DaRon Bland that night and should have a big edge over the Eagles' secondary this week. I will be taking the over on him.

The Pick: DK Metcalf over 63.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Eagles vs Seahawks Week 15: 2-Leg Parlay Pick (+235)

Spread Bet

Leg 1: Philadelphia Eagles -2.5 (-130)

Total Points

Leg 2: Over 48.5 points (-115)

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