Philadelphia Eagles will look to continue their impressive form against NFC East rivals the New York Giants when the two teams go head to head on Sunday.
The Eagles make the journey to the Big Apple on the back of a bye week and they should be feeling fresh as they face an inconsistent Giants outfit.
Eagles Can Take Control Of The East
Philly currently sit top of the NFC East with a 3-4-1 record after what was a comprehensive 23-9 win over the Dallas Cowboys last time out.
Pressure has been mounting on Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz after a tough start to the season but he has been able to steer Philadelphia to back-to-back wins.
Before that success against Dallas, it was Wentz who managed to drag the Eagles over the line against the Giants at Lincoln Financial Field with a 22-21 in October.
New York managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in that encounter against Philadelphia, to extend their losing run to their rivals to eight matches.
All signs suggest that it could be nine defeats on the spin against Philadelphia for the Giants, with the Eagles at
25/26 to win with -3.5 on the points spread.
Bills To Continue The Charge
The Buffalo Bills are enjoying an impressive season in the AFC East with a 7-2 record going into Sunday’s encounter at the Arizona Cardinals.
Buffalo have put together some really impressive results in recent weeks, with a 44-34 win over the high-flying Seattle Seahawks last week catching the eye.
The Bills managed to beat the struggling New York Jets and the New England Patriots in the build-up to that victory over the Seahawks and now they have some real winning momentum.
Josh Allen continues to go from strength to strength at quarterback and has a head coach in Sean McDermott who believes in his abilities.
The Cardinals have had a mixed start to the season and sit on a 5-3 record after a 34-31 defeat to the Miami Dolphins last time out.
This should be a game the Bills can edge and Buffalo are
5/4 to pick up the win on the road this weekend.
Saints To Add To 49ers Woes
It looks set to be a tough end to the season for the injury-plagued San Francisco 49ers as they prepare to take on the Saints in New Orleans.
San Fran’s injury woes have been well documented with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo being the biggest loss as he’s out indefinitely with an ankle injury.
The 49ers were on the end of a 34-17 defeat at the hands of the Green Bay Packers last time out and it looks like it could be another tough afternoon, against a Saints side that trashed Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-3 in their last outing.
New Orleans should win this one comfortably, with the Saints at
51/50 to win with -10 on the points spread.
*All odds correct at time of writing.