Philadelphia Eagles Odds, Betting Lines and Full 2022 Schedule

Written By Katie Kohler on May 10, 2022 - Last Updated on May 20, 2022
Philadelphia Eagles 2022 scheudle and odds

The NFL released the full 2022 schedule and Pennsylvania sportsbooks followed with odds and lines for almost all games. You can bet on the Philadelphia Eagles games right now. The Eagles face the third-easiest schedule. However, the rest of the NFC East teams also face the weakest strength of schedule.

Last year, with a (basically) rookie quarterback in Jalen Hurts and new coach, Nick Sirianni, the Eagles were only favored in 3 games when oddsmakers released their opening lines. The Eagles proved doubters wrong and finished 9-8. This year, the sportsbooks set the Eagles’ win total at 8.5. Bettors believe the Eagles will go over that number as “Eagles over 8.5” is one of the most bet win total props at BetMGM.

Philadelphia Eagles betting lines Week 1 through Week 18

Some betting lines for the 2022 season are available at PA sports betting apps. See below for updated Eagles game spreads, moneylines and over/under totals.

Week 1, Sept 11: Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions

  • Opened at Eagles -4; Moneyline: Eagles (-190)/Lions (+160); Total points O/U 46.5

Week 2, Sept 19: Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at: Eagles -2.5; Moneyline: Vikings (+115)/Eagles (-135)

Week 3, Sept. 25: Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders

  • Opened at Eagles (pk); Moneyline: Eagles (-110)/Commanders (-110)

Week 4, Oct. 2: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles -6; Moneyline: Jaguars (+210)/Eagles (-260)

Week 5, Oct. 9: Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals

  • Opened at Eagles +2; Moneyline: Eagles (+110)/Cardinals (-130)

Week 6, Oct. 16: Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles (pk); Moneyline: Cowboys (-110)/Eagles (-110)

Week 7: BYE

Week 8, Oct. 30: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles -3; Moneyline: Steelers (+140)/Eagles (-160)

Week 9, Nov. 3: Philadelphia Eagles at Houston Texans

  • Opened at Eagles -4.5; Moneyline: Eagles (-210)/Texans (+175)

Week 10, Nov. 14: Washington Commanders vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles -3.5; Moneyline: Commanders (+150)/Eagles (-170)

Week 11, Nov. 20: Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts

  • Opened at Eagles +3; Moneyline: Eagles (+125)/Colts (-170)

Week 12, Nov. 27: Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles (pk); Moneyline: Eagles (-110)/Packers (-110)

Week 13, Dec. 4: Tennessee Titans vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles -1; Moneyline: Titans (+100)/Eagles (-120)

Week 14, Dec. 11: Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

  • Opened at Eagles -1.5; Moneyline: Giants (+100)/Eagles (-120)

Week 15, Dec. 18: Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears

  • Opened at Eagles -2.5; Moneyline: Bears (+115)/Eagles (-135)

Week 16, Dec. 24: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

  • Opened at Eagles +3.5; Moneyline: Eagles (+150)/Cowboys (-170)

Week 17, Jan. 1: New Orleans Saints vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles -3; Moneyline: Saints (+130)/Eagles (-150)

Week 18, Jan. 8: New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Opened at Eagles -5; Moneyline: Giants (+185)/Eagles (-225)

Eagles 2022 schedule dates and times

The @Eagles posted their full schedule on Twitter Thursday night. NFC East teams have the easiest schedules in the NFL based on opponents’ last season records.

2022 Philadelphia Eagles futures

Philadelphia Eagles line movement

The Philadelphia Eagles entered the offseason with three first-round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft. They shipped one of the picks to the New Orleans Saints for a future first-rounder in early April. Then on draft day, general manager Howie Roseman worked his magic. He traded for Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown for the No. 18 pick in the first round and a third-round pick. The Eagles also selected Georgia defensive lineman Jordan Davis with the No. 13 pick.

The Eagles saw their odds move right after the NFL draft.

(Odds via DraftKings PA)

  • Odds to win the Super Bowl: +4500 to +3500
  • NFC Winner: +2200 to +1800
  • NFC East winner from +300 to +225

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Katie Kohler is a Philadelphia-area based award-winning journalist and Managing Editor at PlayPennsylvania. Katie especially enjoys creating unique content and on-the-ground reporting in PA. She is focused on creating valuable, timely content about casinos and sports betting for readers. Katie has covered the legal Pennsylvania gambling industry for Catena Media since 2019.

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