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Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Eagles vs. Commanders Week 8: 2-Leg Parlay Pick (+230)

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Leg-1: Philadelphia Eagles -6.5 (-120)

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Leg-2: Over 43.5 points (-120)

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NFL Schedule Week 8 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Eagles (6-1) vs Commanders (3-4)
Date: Sunday, Oct. 29
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: FedEx Field in Landover, Md.
TV Channel: FOX

Live Stream: Fubo 

The Philadelphia Eagles are heavy favorites in this weekend’s NFC East clash with the host Washington Commanders, but interdivisional games can often produce interesting results. Just a few weeks ago in Philadelphia, these teams went all the way to overtime before the Eagles pulled out a 34-31 win. However, Washington is the home team this time, so one has to wonder if the Commanders can turn the tables on Sunday.

The Eagles had to feel good about their Week 7 win over the Miami Dolphins. A week before that game, Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts was picked off three times in his team’s 20-14 loss to a New York Jets team led by quarterback Zach Wilson. That embarrassing defeat surely raised some eyebrows in Philadelphia, but it’s all good again for Philly fans after watching their team trounce Miami 31-17. The Eagles are two games ahead of the Dallas Cowboys for first place in the division, and they expect to keep it that way after this weekend.

Even the most optimistic Commanders fans are undoubtedly struggling to take away any positives from last Sunday’s 14-7 loss to the New York Giants. Neither Washington’s offense nor defense can be feeling good about what happened in that game, and having to now face the Eagles isn’t exactly an ideal bounce-back opportunity. Crazy things do happen in the NFL though, and the Commanders managed to split their series with the Eagles last season. Can they do it again this year?

Eagles vs. Commanders Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Odds Week 8

Moneyline: Philadelphia Eagles -300, Washington Commanders +240
Spread: Eagles -6.5 (-120), Commanders +6.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 43.5 points

Eagles at Commanders Preview

This NFL Week 8 matchup features two teams coming off very different results last weekend. The Eagles defeated the high-flying Dolphins, while the Commanders were left reeling after a dismal road loss to the New York Giants. It wasn’t pretty for Washington, which only managed to score seven points and allowed New York quarterback Tyrod Taylor to throw for 279 yards and two touchdowns.

That game’s most concerning stat for Washington must be that quarterback Sam Howell was sacked six times. The Giants had only five total sacks going into that game, but they had no trouble getting to Washington’s quarterback last Sunday. The NFL record for sacks allowed in a single season is 76. Howell is on pace to take a whopping 97. Since the Eagles currently rank third in the NFL for both sacks and quarterback hits, this one could be a bloodbath.

Philadelphia rookie defensive tackle Jalen Carter has been dominant to start the season. He already has 3.5 sacks and is looking very much at home as he powers past veteran NFL offensive linemen. The Eagles lost Javon Hargrave to free agency in the offseason, but Carter has filled in admirably and already might be playing at a higher level.

When it comes to playing at a high level, let’s not forget how Philly wide receiver A.J. Brown has been tearing up NFL defenses in 2023. Brown already has 809 receiving yards this year, which is more than the output of the entire Tennessee Titans team. He exploded for 175 yards and two touchdowns when he faced Washington at home earlier in the season, and there is no reason to think he can’t do it again. Brown has caught passes for more than 120 yards each time out since Week 3. He is a true game-changer.

There is no such game-breaker on the Washington roster. The Commanders defense has been giving up an average of 27.1 points per game, which ranks 29th in the league, and there is no A.J. Brown-level weapon to help claw back points in a hurry. Terry McLaurin is the Commanders best wideout -- a very talented receiver who makes the most of opportunities that come his way -- but offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy seems to prefer spreading the ball around rather than heavily relying on his most talented pass-catcher.

The Commanders’ backfield is similarly underwhelming. Running back Brian Robinson has shown flashes of excellence this year, but he only averages 3.8 yards per carry and has done very little outside of his two-touchdown performance against the Denver Broncos in Week 2. He will find life very difficult this weekend against an Eagles defense that gives up fewer than 50 rushing yards per game.

Recognizing that it will be tough for them to gain yards on the ground, the Commanders will end up relying on QB Howell’s arm to have any chance at a win on Sunday. Howell threw for 290 yards and a touchdown when these teams played on Oct. 1, but he is coming off two poor games in which his quarterback rating hasn’t broken 40.

His counterpart, Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts, comes into this game with much greater momentum. In the Eagles' win over Miami last week, Hurts completed 74.2 percent of his passes -- throwing two touchdowns and notching another via the Eagles’ famous “tush push.” The Commanders are conceding an average of 263 passing yards per game, and with so many offensive weapons at his disposal, Hurts should have no problem picking apart this Washington defense. 

Eagles vs. Commanders Predictions and NFL Picks Week 8

Interdivisional NFL games can often serve up surprise performances, but I think the Commanders already had -- and missed -- their chance at defeating the Eagles this season. Washington’s great Week 4 showing in Philadelphia, which forced the Eagles into overtime, surprised everyone, but it won’t be happening again. Even though the Commanders have the home-field advantage, I think the Eagles come in and stomp on Washington this week.

Philadelphia has to be feeling very confident after its Week 7 win over the high-scoring Dolphins, and this Commanders team comes nowhere close to the threat posed by Miami. The Eagles defense should have no problem getting to quarterback Sam Howell, and Philadelphia’s passing attack has already proven it can explode against these Commanders’ corners. I expect Philadelphia to have no problem building a hefty lead this week, and a 6.5-point spread is too generous to Washington. I’ll be taking the Eagles to blow past that line.

The Pick: Philadelphia Eagles -6.5 (-120)

As you can tell from my previous pick, I am bullish on the Eagles this week. Their confidence is sky-high, and this Commanders defense is outmatched. I can see Philly racking up a lot of points on Sunday.

While the Commanders' offense should also be outmatched in this game, injuries in the Philadelphia secondary and quarterback Sam Howell’s willingness to throw the ball suggests that Washington will be able to make at least a couple of TDs at home. Throw in the potential for garbage-time points, and I think the over is a fairly safe bet in this game.

The Pick: Over 43.5 points (-120)

Best NFL Player-Prop Bets: Eagles vs. Commanders

A.J. Brown

This is a very simple bet. Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown has gone over 120 receiving yards in every game since Week 3. That includes his 175-yard explosion against this same Washington secondary four weeks ago. A line of 88.5 yards is great news for bettors, and I will happily be taking it.

The Pick: A.J. Brown over 88.5 receiving yards (-115)

Terry McLaurin

Washington wide receiver Terry McLaurin also has a very generous betting line this week with an over/under of 56.5 receiving yards. That’s a number McLaurin has surpassed in three of his last four games. He caught passes for 86 yards the last time these two teams played, and the script for this game is almost guaranteed to require the Commanders to throw the ball.

Even if the Commanders manage to keep this game close, the Eagles' stingy run defense means that Washington QB Sam Howell will be dropping back to pass a lot. On the rare occasion that he can stay on his feet, I expect McLaurin to be his most productive receiver. “Scary Terry” topping 56.5 yards is a very confident bet for me.

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