Make no mistake about it MyBookie football betting faithful. Even after winning the first Super Bowl in franchise history last season, the Philadelphia Eagles look like a team that is now built for long-term success. The Birds will enter the 2018 campaign looking for nothing less than a double-digit-winning season and a return to the Super Bowl.
Now, if you’re looking to cash in on Philadelphia’s 2018 win total odds and you’re in need of some expert betting assistance, you can consider your ticket punched! Thanks to my expert analysis and predictions on each and every game on the Eagles’ 2018 schedule, you’re going to be able to maximize your chances of nailing your season-long futures odds wager on Philly’s 2018 win total odds.
Philadelphia Eagles 2018 NFL Win/Loss Odds Prediction
Philadelphia Eagles Regular Season Win Total Odds – 10
Week 1: Sept. 6 vs. Atlanta Falcons, 8:20 PM ET.
You had best believe the The Eagles are going to be emotionally fired up for their home opener and rematch of their divisional round matchup against Atlanta and just like that playoff affair from a year ago, Philly gets the narrow win! 1-0.
Week 2: Sept. 16 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 PM ET
Jameis Winston will be out of the lineup for Tampa Bay as part of his league-imposed three-game suspension for violating the personal conduct policy, not that it would matter if he did start. Win. 2-0.
Week 3: Sept. 23 vs. Indianapolis Colts, 1 PM ET
Carson Wentz and the Eagles’ explosive offense are going to have their way against a Colts defense that has issues at all three levels. Win. 3-0.
Week 4: Sept. 30 at Tennessee Titans, 1 PM ET
The Titans will be at home, but Philly gets the win as Mike Vrabel gets out-coached by Doug Pederson. Win. 4-0.
Week 5: Oct. 7 vs. Minnesota Vikings, 4:25 PM ET
The Eagles overwhelmed Minnesota in their stunning NFC Championship game win a year ago, but they won’t repeat that kind of victory in this Week 5 matchup, even though I’ve still got the Birds getting the narrow win. 5-0.
Week 6: Oct. 11 at NY Giants, 8:20 PM ET
The Giants will definitely be a lot better than they were a year ago, but they certainly won’t be ready to keep up with a legitimate Super Bowl favorite. Win. 6-0.
Week 7: Oct. 21 vs. Carolina Panthers, 1 PM ET
The Eagles’ beat the Panthers 28-23 in Carolina in Week 6 last season and I’m expecting a virtually identical result in this Week 7 meeting of Super Bowl hopefuls. Win. 7-0.
Week 8: Oct. 28 at Jacksonville Jaguars, 9:30 a.m. ET
The Jaguars have won three straight at Wembley Stadium and I think they should be able to handle Philly in a street brawl in this one. Loss. 7-1.
Week 9: BYE
Week 10: Nov. 11 vs. Dallas Cowboys, 8:20 PM ET
The Eagles smacked the Cowboys senseless in their 37-9 Week 11 road win a year ago and I believe the Birds are the easy pick to win again, even if it isn’t as big of a rout. Win. 8-1.
Week 11: Nov. 18 at New Orleans Saints, 1 PM ET
The Eagles are going to be very, very good again in 2018, but they’ve got to lose a few close games. I’m going with drew Brees and company to get the home win in a shootout. Loss. 8-2.
Week 12: Nov. 25 vs. NY Giants, 1 p.m. ET
The Eagles will get the regular season sweep in this one, but Eli Manning, Saquon Barkley and an improved Giants offense will at least make it interesting. Win. 9-2.
Week 13: Dec. 3 vs. Washington Redskins, 8:15 p.m. ET
The Eagles are the better team in all three phases, plus Jay Gruden doesn’t come close to being the kind of coach that Doug Pederson is. Win. 10-2.
Week 14: Dec. 9 at Dallas Cowboys, 4:25 PM ET
Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott can play for my team any day. The Boys will make this Week 14 NFC East battle interesting because they’re at home, but the eagles will get the road ‘upset’ because of Dallas’ awful pass defense. Win. 11-2.
Week 15: Dec. 16 at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 PM ET
I initially ad the Eagles winning a close road contest in this Week 14 matchup, but I’m going with L.A. to extract a small measure of revenge for their 43-35 home loss to Philly in Week 14 a year ago. Loss. 11-3.
Week 16: Dec. 23 vs. Houston Texans, 1 PM ET
Philly wins this late season matchup because they’re playing at home and will want to get some momentum prior to the playoffs, although I’ll admit that this Week 15 matchup has the look and feel of one of those Game of the Year kind of matchups. Win. 12-3
Week 17: Dec. 30 at Washington Redskins, 1 p.m. ET
Washington will be desperate in this contest and Philly might not have anything left to play for with their postseason berth already secured. How about a narrow road loss for the Birds in this one? Loss. 12-4.
I’m a bit surprised that Philadelphia’s win total odds aren’t a game higher than the 10 it currently is, but I think that makes the defending Super Bowl champs a virtual lock to top their 10-win figure. Play the Over MyBookie football betting faithful and you’ll end up one happy camper by the time the regular season closes! Over 10 Wins.