Eagles vs. Ravens Line: Eagles Big Underdogs Again

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The Eagles return home following a tough loss, and things won’t get much easier against the Ravens in a critical Week 6 matchup. And the news that Lane Johnson, DeSean Jackson, and Alshon Jeffery will miss the game won’t help matters.

The Eagles vs. Ravens line for Week 6 is currently set at Ravens -9.5. The over-under is 47.5. The Ravens are now -455 on the moneyline, while the Eagles are +375.

Note: There has been substantial Friday movement on the Eagles-Ravens line in the wake of the Eagles’ Friday injury report.

While the Philadelphia offense showed promise in putting up 29 points, the Eagles defense was consistently shredded in big spots, so it’s not a surprise that the early Eagles vs. Ravens line shows Baltimore as a heavy-road favorite.

Interestingly, the Eagles are at least a touchdown underdog for the third straight week — not only has this not happened this century, the Eagles haven’t been a seven-point underdog (or greater) more than twice in any season this century. If the current line holds, the Eagles will be facing their biggest home underdog spot in at least the last 20 years.

Here are the current odds, spread and total for Eagles vs. Ravens on the PA online sports betting market as of October 25, 2020 12:53 AM.

 

Eagles vs. Ravens Week 6 Line

Best Available Odds By Sportsbook

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Ravens -9.5 (-110) -455 47.5 (-110)
Eagles +9.5 (-110) +375 47.5 (-110)

Spread

Despite being in the thick of the NFC East race, the Eagles are once again a substantial underdog for the third straight week. It’s not hard to see why. Baltimore enters this game as one of the NFL’s elite squads. Meanwhile, the Eagles continue to struggle with turnovers offensively. Defensively, they couldn’t get off the field on third down against Pittsburgh.

Baltimore has the league’s No. 1 scoring defense, the No. 1 rushing offense, and is outscoring its opponents by 14+ points per game through five weeks. They are arguably the best team in football, and the Eagles will most certainly have their hands full.

Still, despite early-season struggles, there is reason for optimism in Philadelphia. Wide receiver Travis Fulgham, in only his second game with the Eagles, hauled in 10 passes for 152 yards and a touchdown in Week 5. Carson Wentz tossed another two interceptions, but he turned in an otherwise encouraging performance, making some key throws in leading a banged-up Eagles offense to 29 points against an elite defense.

With Dak Prescott now out for the season, many believe the second-place Eagles are poised to win the division, flaws and all.

The Eagles are 1-4 ATS. The Ravens are 3-2 ATS.

 

Moneyline

The Eagles opened as a +280 moneyline underdog at DraftKings Sportsbook, while the Ravens are -360. Those numbers have ballooned to +375 and -455, respectively. As noted above, the market prices seem reasonable. The current odds are similar at FanDuel Sportsbook.

 

Total

The over-under for the Eagles vs. Ravens odds opened at 46.5 at DraftKings and FanDuel. It now sits at 47.5 points. Most of the money at local legal sportsbooks is backing the over, so it’s not a surprise to see the spread climbing a bit.

So far this season, the over is 3-2 in Eagles games. It is 1-4 in Ravens games.

 

Where Is the Money Going?

Who is the public backing early on following the initial release of Eagles vs. Ravens Week 6 odds?

Check out the latest betting splits — bettors are absolutely hammering the Ravens.

 

Eagles vs. Ravens Props

Typically, props are not released until later in the week, which is the case with this Week 6 game, so be sure to check back here later in the week for a comprehensive look the available Eagles vs. Ravens props. FOX Bet is outstanding when it comes to props and boosts, so bettors in Pennsylvania and New Jersey should be on the lookout for the release.

One prop I’ll be on this week: Travis Fulgham receiving yards

Give me the over.

 

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