Buffalo Bills vs. Philadelphia Eagles NFL Picks for Week 14

David Lawrence

Saturday, December 12, 2015 2:05 AM GMT

Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015 2:05 AM GMT

Buffalo heads to Philadelphia with a 6-6 record after halting a two-game skid, while the Eagles are 5-7 after upsetting New England. LeSean McCoy returns to the City Of Brotherly Love.

Opening Odds & Line Movement
Open: -2 -105 at Pinnacle

This NFL odds has swung a lot since opening up at -2 for the Eagles at home. It moved to a pick 'em before landing at -1 for the Bills on the road, but these are two unpredictable teams and this line could move again. The Bills beat the Texans 30-21 as McCoy had his third 100-yard game in the last five weeks, and his trade from Philadelphia has been one of the biggest topics of the season as RB DeMarco Murray continues to struggle. Even a 35-28 upset of the Patriots wasn't enough to keep it quiet in Philadelphia as Murray is complaining about how he is being used, and he probably isn't wrong in his criticisms. But the Eagles are still in the hunt in the NFC East, where 8-8 might win you the division, so the team has to pull it together in December. McCoy's return to Philadelphia will dominate the week's storylines. 

 

Bills vs. Eagles Spread

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Bills vs. Eagles Totals

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Bills vs. Eagles Money Line

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Injuries
RB Karlos Williams is still bothered by a shoulder injury and considered unlikely to play on Sunday for the Bills. LB Nigel Bradham joined him on the sidelines at practice on Wednesday, but he is probable despite an ailing ankle. CB Stephen Gilmore probably won't play due to a shoulder injury, but it doesn't look like it needs surgery, which is encouraging.

RB Ryan Mathews returned to practice on Tuesday after a concussion, which probably means fewer touches for Murray in the backfield. NT Bennie Logan hurt his knee against the Patriots, and he is questionable for Sunday's game.

 

Trends
The Bills are 6-5-1 ATS so far this season, going 3-2-1 ATS on the road, while Philadelphia is 5-7 ATS overall and 2-3 ATS at home. The total for this game is set for 47 and the Eagles have gone under seven times, while the Bills have gone over seven times.

The two have split their last 10 meetings SU since 1984, with the Bills covering seven times. The Bills are also 2-3 ATS in five trips to Philadelphia, but they have covered in four of those games.

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