|11/27/08 Cardinals at Eagles By the Numbers|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Thursday, 27 November 2008 07:52|
The Arizona Cardinals take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the nightcap of the three Thanksgiving Day games. Let’s take a look at the odds, point spread, over under total, trends injuries and hand out a prediction for tonight’s matchup.
Odds: Oddsmakers from online sports book SBG Global have made the Eagles 3-point favorite.
Over/Under Total: 47.5
Public Betting Information:
Public betting information shows that 64% of bettors favor the Cardinals +3 tonight.
Top Betting Trends:
All games in this series since 1992
ARIZONA is 11-10 against the spread versus PHILADELPHIA since 1992
PHILADELPHIA is 12-10 straight up against ARIZONA since 1992
13 of 21 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL since 1992
Games over the last 3 seasons
There were no past matchups in this series during this time period
All games played at PHILADELPHIA since 1992
PHILADELPHIA is 5-5 against the spread versus ARIZONA since 1992
PHILADELPHIA is 8-3 straight up against ARIZONA since 1992
6 of 10 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL since 1992
[TE] Ben Patrick missed last game, "?" - Knee - 11/16/08
[DB] Roderick Hood injured last game, "?" - Ribs - 11/17/08
[LB] Ali Highsmith IR - Knee - 11/03/08
[OG] Shawn Andrews is out at least 6 weeks. - Back - 10/22/08
[S] Brian Dawkins injured last game, "?" - Leg - 11/18/08
[CB] Jack Ikegwuonu IR - Knee - 08/27/08
TheSpread.com betting matchup advantage:
The betting matchup advantage has the Eagles as a 2-point favorite, although we think Philly is a great cover tonight. The Cardinals are a different team than they are on the road and the Eagles have been in embarrassed the last two weeks. Andy Reid will have his team prepared tonight and we like the matchup of the Eagles’ secondary vs. the Cards’ high-powered passing attack. We predict the Eagles over the Cardinals 24-20 and suggest taking the under 47.5.
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Posted: 11/27/08 12:55 PM ET