The 10-2 Philadelphia Eagles face the 9-3 Los Angeles Rams in the L.A. Memorial Coliseum on Sunday. The Rams are favored by 2.5, above one open.
The over-low, or the total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is 48, three less from the first game.
Before making any choice or bet at Eagles-Rams, you must see what the sports expert, Josh Nagel, has to say.
Last week on "Sunday Night Football," Nagel told readers to vanish before the public and play Seattle as a five-point home against the Eagles. The result: Seahawks 24, Eagles 1
The great triumph improved Nagel with an impressive selection of 8-1 for or against the Eagles. He goes 9-1 on Sunday.
Part of his success: He has worked in the sports disability industry for almost two decades. He knows when the lines are dead and when they are off. And for Eagles-Rams, see the extreme value on one side.
Nagel knows that the Eagles were planted against the Seahawks last week. QB Carson Wentz threw for almost 350 yards, but the Eagles only put 10 points. He took an epic exit from WR Nelson Agholor (7-141-1) to keep Philly in it.
And Philadelphia may be without TE Zach Ertz (concussion), who has seven touchdowns, tied for sixth in the NFL. His absence would be a hard blow for Wentz and company.
But the fact that the Eagles sizzled in their last game does not mean they can not stay within range or beat the Rams completely.
The Eagles stayed on the west coast, so there is no travel factor across the country.
And although the Rams scored 32 points against the Cardinals last week, they only scored two offensive touchdowns. In contrast, kicker Greg Zuerlein had four field goals and Alec Ogletree had a pick-six.
Despite last week's hiccup, the Eagles still have the sixth-best scoring defense in the NFL (17.9 ppg) and Wentz leads the league in touchdown passes (29) by three over Tom Brady and Russell Wilson .
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