Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are heading to Philly this weekend to battle a reinvigorated Eagles team looking to get back into the playoff picture in the NFC East.
The New England Patriots (7-3) will march into "The City of Brotherly Love" this Sunday (Nov. 27, 2011) to challenge the Philadelphia Eagles (4-6) at 4:15 p.m. ET at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Pats are currently favored at -165 in the money line and giving the Eagles (+145) three points in the spread with an over/under of 50.
Our fiscal friends over at Odds Shark break down this weekend's match-up:
This game pits Philadelphia's No. 10-ranked offense, averaging 23.7 PPG, against a Patriots defense that ranks No. 10 this week at 20.3 PPG. The Eagles aerial game is averaging 247.5 yards per game, less than the Patriots secondary allows through the air, 299.5 YPG per game. Defensively, the Patriots feature the league's No. 14-rated road run defense, allowing 109 yards per game. Philadelphia, meanwhile, ranks No. 5 in rushing offense at home.
New England is coming off a 34-3 blowout over the Kansas City Chiefs while Philadelphia upset the Giants in Week 11 by a score of 17-10.
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