Pennsylvania online sportsbooks listed the Philadelphia Eagles as 7.5-point underdogs against the Baltimore Ravens early in the week. By kickoff on Sunday, the Ravens were 10-point favorites against the banged-up Birds.
Early indications pointed to a blowout. The Eagles offense averaged negative .44 yards per play through their first 16 snaps. The Ravens led 17-0 at halftime. Carson Wentz turned in a gutsy performance and an Eagles’ two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter was stopped which sealed the 30-28 win for the Ravens.
By the end of the game, Wentz and center Jason Kelce were the only Week 1 starters still standing. Additional members added to the Eagles M.A.S.H. unit after Week 6 were:
- Miles Sanders (knee, out 1-2 weeks)
- Zach Ertz (ankle, out 3-4 weeks)
- Malik Jackson (quad, out 1-2 weeks)
- Jack Driscoll (ankle, out 1-2 weeks)
The Birds have little time to lick their wounds. They host the New York Giants on Thursday night. PA sportsbook apps have the Eagles as 3.5-point favorites.
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A 22-point fourth quarter by the Eagles dashed over-confident Ravens spread bettors hopes. A breakdown of the public betting splits at FanDuel:
- 70% of the money on the Ravens (-10) to cover the Spread
- 68% of the money on the Ravens on the ML
- 88% of the money on the OVER (46.5)
Eagles’ depth chart decimated
Starters remaining on the #Eagles offense:
• Carson Wentz
• Jason Kelce
— Victor Williams (@ThePhillyPod) October 18, 2020
If any other team says they are dealing with injuries, show them the Eagles current depth chart. I’ve never seen anything like it. 9/11 starters out. Even the backups are hurt! And this is just on the offense. pic.twitter.com/ogYWt5Amzr
— Patrick (@EaglesPMC) October 19, 2020
Current state of the Eagles offense: pic.twitter.com/OOKMICFNKH
— Sports Are Philly (@SportsArePhilly) October 19, 2020
It’s Week 7 and the Eagles have two remaining offensive starters pic.twitter.com/rzypML1kyk
— Eagles Fan Problems (@EagleFanProbs) October 19, 2020
Wentz wrecked but fights on
Wentz was sacked seven times and got hit 17 times. Eagles Twitter feared his Wentz’s life.
Carson Wentz at the line of scrimmage waiting for the snap pic.twitter.com/etPiuSM8Ml
— Liam Jenkins (@LiamJenkinsPSN) October 19, 2020
He was even sacked by a teammate.
Remember when RG Jamon Brown sacked his own QB??? Poor Wentz it’s not fair 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/BG0BDW89hk
— another suffering eagles fan (@britttlifts) October 19, 2020
Philadelphia Eagles Week 7 injury report
— Shane (@shane_murphy3) October 19, 2020
Fans return to Lincoln Financial Field
The Philadelphia Eagles hosted about 6,000 fans on Sunday for the first time this season.
For those who “can’t wait until things get back to normal…”
Sproles was REALLY getting after it with the sucker punches. S/o to Reed for playing peacemaker. Along those lines, C-minus effort by whoever was trying to hold Wentz back at the start.
Also, fight song really adds to the overall scene. pic.twitter.com/wxaTjb3oxL
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 19, 2020