Eagles Game Tonight: Eagles vs Patriots Odds, Injury Report, Prediction, Schedule, Live Stream and TV for Preseason Game

Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports)
Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Philadelphia Eagles meet the New England Patriots in Week 2 of the preseason on Saturday. We’ve got a prediction plus the odds, injury report, live stream, and TV info for you.

Though it seems like it’s been ten years since the Philadelphia Eagles beat the greatest dynasty in the history of sports to win their first Super Bowl, it really hasn’t been that long since it’s happened. Still, you have to admit. There’s never going to be a game played versus the New England Patriots again in which lovers of Birds football don’t think about that night.

Philadelphia meets the Pats for Week 2 of the NFL preseason, and even though this one won’t help the Eagles win the NFC East from a wins and losses standpoint, this game should serve as an excellent litmus test for how much better this team has gotten over the past week.

Here are a few of the specifics. Let’s talk numbers.

Eagles vs. Patriots odds for Preseason Week 2

According to WynnBET, the Eagles are 2.5-point underdogs in this one with a money line of +105. In other words, you’d need to wager $105 dollars to win an additional $100 which would make the total payout $205.

Conversely, if you’re betting on the Patriots, their money line is -130, meaning you’d need to wager $130 to win an additional $100. That would make your payout $230. The over-under is 38.5 at -116 for the Patriots and -108  for the Eagles, meaning you’d need to wager $116 or $108 depending on which team you’re betting on to ensure payouts of $216 for the Pats or $208 for the Eagles.

Eagles Injury Report vs. Patriots Preseason Week 2

On Monday, the following players were listed as ‘limited’: Grayland Arnold (hamstring), Genard Avery (groin) Le’Raven Clark, Jason Croom (knee), DeVonta Smith (knee), John Hightower (groin), Issac Seumalo (hamstring), K’Von Wallace (groin)

Jason Huntley (ribs), Craig James (foot), Ryan Kerrigan (thumb), Joe Ostman (concussion) were listed as day-to-day.

On Tuesday, Javon Hargrave and Derek Barnett sat out. On Wednesday, we learned of fan-favorite Tyree Jackson’s back injury. He’s out 8+10 weeks now but won’t require surgery. DeVonta Smith, according to a report by NBC Sports’ John Clark, should see some snaps for the Eagles in Week 2 of the preseason. Continue to check back here for updates.

Eagles vs Patriots Prediction Preseason Week 2

Even Philadelphia’s fans want to see the Birds win every game (even the ones that don’t count), taking the Patriots and the money line is the way to go. There are question marks about both teams’ first-team units, but as we learned last week, Philly’s second and third-team units aren’t good enough to come from behind if need be or hold a lead if Philadelphia carries a lead into the second half.

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Eagles next game & schedule

After this one, the Eagles meet the NY Jets in the third and final week of the preseason at MetLife Stadium before they travel to Georgia to face the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1 of the 2021 regular season.

What channel is the Eagles game on this week?

Catch this one on NBC10 in Philadelphia or listen on 94 WIP-FM. For those living outside of the coverage area, NFL Game Pass is another option. Just remember that if the game is being broadcast in your area locally blackout rules apply.

Eagles vs Patriots live stream

This one can also be streamed on fuboTV, which is the best option for those who are looking for streaming options.

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