- The Los Angeles Chargers have -110 odds to cover 2.0 points against the Philadelphia Eagles.
- All signs point towards the betting total of 49.5 points being right on the money.
PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles will host the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday in what is expected to be a close game.
The Los Angeles Chargers’ betting line on online sportsbooks might be surprising as Los Angeles is only favored by two points.
Eagles vs Chargers Spread Odds
- Los Angeles Chargers -2.0 -110
- Philadelphia Eagles +2.0 -110
The Chargers are coming off of back-to-back losses to the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots while the Eagles are fresh off of a 44-6 win over the Detroit Lions.
An Overreaction From Philly's Win?
None of the Eagles’ five losses have been by less than a field goal while all of the Chargers’ wins have been by a greater margin than the set line.
Plus, the matchup is favorable for Los Angeles. The Chargers’ biggest weakness, their last-ranked rush defense, will be facing the Eagles’ team whose quarterback leads their team in rushing yards.
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The Eagles' top running back, Miles Sanders, is on the IR as well.
Betting The Total: 49.5 Points
By all accounts, the total of the game is screaming to be stayed away from. The teams combine to average 50.0 points scored and 49.2 points allowed.
The average Los Angeles total is 49.9 points while Philadelphia averages 49.3 points. NFL betting sites have the total set right around all of the season averages.
Chargers vs Eagles Total Odds
- OVER 49.5 -110
- UNDER 49.5 -110
There’s practically nothing out there to indicate either side of the total has value and should probably be a line that all bettors stay away from. The game will begin at 4:05 p.m. EST and can be seen on CBS.
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