Philadelphia executed the largest ATS upset in 23 years over the L.A. Rams. The Eagles will try and keep their playoffs hopes alive by beating Houston
For anyone still remaining in a Survivor Pool and had somehow managed to avoid taking the Los Angeles Rams until last week, that looked like the easiest victory of the season. Taking the Rams against Philadelphia without Carson Wentz, all anyone in that position could have thought was they were on to the next week until they were not.
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After watching how Nick Foles played in the early season, everyone assumed and probably rightly so that Foles had a great run at the end of last year and returned to who he was, a border-line NFL starting quarterback. Funny how life works, Foles goes into the huddle, he’s comfortable having been in this same spot a year ago and so are his teammates. The defense steps up and Philly pulls off a monumental upset and Eagles playoff chances remain intact.
There have been two running narratives on the Houston Texans, one, in spite of winning nine in a row, five wins were by a touchdown or less, which left enough people looking for more. Two, anybody else won nine straight (6-2-1 ATS)?
Houston does not beat itself, as in eight of their last nine contests, they have not committed a turnover and they have a turnover margin of +12.