The Philadelphia Eagles slid down to second place in the NFC East division after losing to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night. They can get back to .500 if they take down the Buffalo Bills on the road in Week 8, though, that’s going to be easier said than done, especially with the missing pieces they have on defense. Then again, the Eagles have watched how Buffalo struggled against the Miami Dolphins, so Philly definitely knows they have a great chance of beating the Bills at New Era Field.
Betting Preview for the Philadelphia Eagles vs Buffalo Bills NFL Regular Season Week 8 Game on October 27, 2019
Where: New Era Field, Buffalo
When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Philadelphia Eagles (3-4)
The Eagles had their worst night in what was the most pivotal game for them so far this season. With a banged-up secondary, Philadelphia ate a 37-10 embarrassing road loss to their NFC East rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, on Sunday. Dallas feasted on the Eagles’ defense, while Philadelphia had a hard time putting together drives on offense. Carson Wentz went 16 for 26 for 191 passing yards and a touchdown with an interception. Now they will look to recover with a road game against a one-loss Bills team. The Bills, though, had to break more sweat than expected in their win over the winless Miami Dolphins in Week 7, which might have exposed Buffalo. If Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Fins could rattle Buffalo, why can’t Wentz and the Eagles?
The Eagles are 3-1 straight up (SU) in their last four games against the Bills.
Betting on the Buffalo Bills (-5-1)
Losing to Miami can be considered a cardinal season this season, and the Bills did just enough to avoid committing that last Sunday, beating the Dolphins, 31-21 for Buffalo’s second win in a row. Bills QB Josh Allen passed for 202 yards and two touchdowns with zero interceptions to lead Buffalo, but it took the team longer than what was comfortable before breaking away from the overmatched Dolphins. Maybe it was overcomplacency on the part of the Bills why Miami was able to even have the lead at halftime, but at least they woke up just in time to avoid a catastrophic loss. Allen had fun hooking up with wide receiver John Brown, who caught five passes for 83 yards and a touchdown. With the current form of the Eagles’ defense, particularly against the pass, Allen and Brown should be able to continue what they started in the Miami game.
The Bills are 3-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last four meetings with the Eagles, dating back to 1990.
The Bills win, 24-21.
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