Don’t look now, but the Philadelphia Eagles are surging into the playoff picture as the season enters the stretch run. After a sluggish start in September and October, they enter Week 12 at 5-6, a half-game out of a wild card spot, and (somehow) only 2.5 games back of the Dallas Cowboys for the NFC East lead.
The Eagles will face NFC East opponents for five of the final six games of the season, starting with Week 12 at MetLife Stadium against the New York Giants. For this game, Unibet Sports PA has a great odds boost for the pre-game moneyline, bumping the Birds from -175 to +200.
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Eagles vs Giants NFL Week 12 Match Up
The Giants are coming off a shorter week after losing in Tampa on Monday night. They also fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett on Tuesday.
The Eagles have won three of the past four games with a shift to running the ball and controlling the game flow. Instead of opposing quarterbacks dominating the game and picking the defense apart with high-accuracy attacks, the defense has been able to get stops, force turnovers, and limit their time on the field.
Right now the Eagles and Giants appear to be going in different directions. The G-Men are in last place of the NFC East at 3-7 but have won their last two home games over the Panthers and Raiders.
However, they don’t match up well against the Eagles’ run-first approach. While Daniel Jones has gashed the Eagles with his feet (if he can stay on them), his decision-making hasn’t improved, and remains prone to turnovers. This will be the first time they face Jalen Hurts, who rode the bench last year behind Carson Wentz in the two meetings, in which each home team won.
Sunday afternoon is a big game for Philadelphia and their playoff hopes. Currently, in 9th place in the NFC, the Eagles have a 40 percent chance to make the postseason on ESPN’s 538 ELO Model. A win bumps those odds to 54 percent, while a loss cuts them to 21 percent.