Washington vs Eagles Odds, Trends & Lines

Washington vs. Eagles Odds

The Washington-Eagles rivalry is one of the most heated feuds in NFL history. With three Super Bowl titles under their belt, the Washington Football Team has earned bragging rights. However, those wins were long ago.

The Philadelphia Eagles proved that they’re one of the teams to beat when they won their first Super Bowl in 2018. They have never disappointed their fans since.

We also include their 2020 NFC East title showdown and betting trends.

Washington vs. Eagles: All-Time Series

The Washington-Philadelphia rivalry began in 1934 when WFT played in Boston. The two football teams have met each other 172 times, including one postseason game.

The Eagles have won 79 games, while Washington has won 88. WFT had three Super Bowl championships in 1983, 1988, and 1992. On the other hand, the Eagles had one Super Bowl win in 2018.

The BodyBag Game

The BodyBag Game that happened on November 12, 1990, was an extraordinary moment for Eagles fans. Philly’s defense was so ferocious that they injured nine Washington players that night.

The nine injured players included two WFT quarterbacks on the active roster. The incident resulted in running back Brian Mitchell doing QB duties for the entire fourth quarter.

Aside from the Eagles’ strong defense, the team also scored two defensive touchdowns. Philly’s William Frizzell returned an interception, while his teammate Clyde Simmons returned a fumble.

The fumble led to a touchdown and also an injury to WFT QB Jeff Rutledge. Philadelphia won the game, 24-14.

Carson Wentz’s Amazing Performance

In October 2017, Philly’s Carson Wentz solidified his status as the 2017 MVP front-runner. Philadelphia quickly took the lead in the second half of their matchup with WFT.

Wentz took the NFL by storm and led the Eagles to their 34-24 win against the Washington Football Team. Wentz recorded 17-25, 268 passing yards, four touchdowns, and 63 rushing yards.

Washington vs. Eagles: Stats Last Season

WFT: The 2020 NFC East Champs

The Washington Football Team clinched the 2020 NFC East title after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles, 20-14.

Washington advanced to the NFL playoffs for the first time since 2015. WFT finished the season with a 7-9 record.

Washington started the matchup hot, going up 10-0 in the first quarter because of Terry McLaurin’s five-yard touchdown reception from teammate Alex Smith. Fellow WFT player Dustin Hopkins also made a 42-yard field goal.

The Eagles went up 14-10 before WFT’s Logan Thomas made the offensive play of the game, 17-14, with only 20 seconds left in the first half.

Philly’s head coach Doug Peterson decided to bench starting QB Jalen Hurts to favor Nate Sudfeld.

Washington’s Hopkins made a fourth-quarter 42 YDS try with 7:48 remaining in the matchup. It was all the scoring Washington needed to seal the victory.

Washington vs. Eagles: Betting Trends Last Season

The NFC East Title Showdown: Washington vs. Eagles Betting Lines, Odds, and Spread

  • Moneyline: WFT -300, Philadelphia +250 (Washington was favored to win, while the Eagles were the underdog team)
  • Against the Spread (ATS): WFT -6.5, Philadelphia +6.5
  • Over/Under:42.5 (O: -115 | U: -105)

Key Injuries

Washington Football Team

  1. Thomas Davis (knee)
  2. Antonio Gibson (toe)
  3. Terry McLaurin (ankle)
  4. Kevin Pierre-Louis (ankle)
  5. Alex Smith (calf)

Philadelphia Eagles

  1. Derek Barnett (calf)
  2. Fletcher Cox (neck)
  3. Dallas Goedert (calf)
  4. DeSean Jackson (ankle)
  5. Michael Jacquet (calf)
  6. Jordan Mailata (concussion)
  7. Jalen Mills (COVID-19)
  8. Duke Riley (biceps)
  9. Miles Sanders (knee)
  10. Richard Rodgers (ankle)
  11. Shaun Bradley (neck)


WFT would score 21 points, while Philly would score 20 points.

How to Bet on the Washington-Eagles Matchups

Point Spread

The point spread is a stake on the margin of victory in a game. A certain number of points will favor the stronger football team, depending on the perceived gap in ability between the two squads.

A minus sign (-) represents the favorite team, while a plus (+) sign represents the underdog.


Bettors predict the football team that will win the matchup outright. If you prefer betting on the game’s winner, go for the moneyline bets.


Over/under or totals bets allow you to predict whether the combined or total scores of both teams will go “under” or “over” the number set by the oddsmaker.

Prop Bet

Prop or novelty bets are stakes based on occurrences during a sporting event. These bets can deal with an individual player’s performance or a team’s milestone.

For example, if you’re rooting forTaylor Heinicke,Chase Young, and Dwayne Haskins of the Washington Football Team, bet on player props.

Parlay and Teaser

If you want to win big, this is where parlays and teasers come into play. A parlay is betting on a combination of results wherein each “leg” has to win for you to receive a payout.

On the other hand, a teaser lets you play two or more games by changing the NFL lines. It allows you to change the point spread to six points.

When betting on the NFL, you must know how to read the lines and how bets work.

Where to Watch

The NFL offers free live streaming of different matchups on mobile devices. The league also provides podcast episodes to football fans so they can enjoy watching their favorite teams.

Most networks in the U.S., such as ESPN, FOX, CBS, and NBC, also cover the league’s sporting events.

Visit the official NFL page if you want the latest updates on other football teams listed below.

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