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Philadelphia Eagles Season Wins Prediction, Betting Odds 2017

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Jul/17/2017

The Philadelphia Eagles season wins were expected to be UNDER 8.5 at -120

AthlonSports.com summed up their expectations for the Eagles in 2017:

Early in the offseason, (GM Howie) Roseman declared the Eagles not ready for real contention during 2017, and his assessment is right. Despite having what it believes is a franchise QB in Wentz, Philadelphia lacks proven playmakers. The defense is shaky throughout much of the back seven and must hope the front four can apply enough pressure to prevent rival passing attacks from thriving. Wentz will enjoy throwing to Jeffery and Smith, but with no proven ground game, he will face a parade of eager pass rushers. The Eagles finished 7–9 last year under first-year (and first-time) head coach Doug Pederson, and it’s hard to believe they will do much better than that in 2017.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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