Philadelphia Eagles at Miami Dolphins

Philadelphia Eagles Odds

While Carson Wentz and the offense have struggled recently, the Philadelphia
Eagles’ defense has given up 17 or fewer points in four straight games, their longest
streak since doing so in five straight in 2009. Defensive end Brandon Graham has
continued his strong play, with 1.5 sacks against the Seahawks bringing him to 7.5
on the season. He has at least one sack in five of the last seven games. Elsewhere,
tight end Zach Ertz, who is battling a hamstring injury, had a season-high 12
receptions against Seattle and joined Harold Carmichael (589) as the only players
with 500 catches in Eagles history. On special teams, kicker Jake Elliott has
converted 18 straight field goals, dating to last season, and was rewarded with a
five-year extension on Wednesday.,

Miami Dolphins Odds

The banged-up Miami Dolphins became even thinner during Sunday’s loss in
Cleveland, as wideouts Albert Watson and Jakeem Grant left with injuries. Watson
hopes to play through a rib issue, while Grant (ankle) was placed on injured reserve.
Cornerback Ken Crawley, who has started the last two games, is battling a shoulder
injury after leaving Sunday’s game in the second quarter. The Dolphins have been
equally banged up and ineffective in the trenches, having used eight different
offensive line combinations in their first 11 games. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has
been sacked 28 times, although he threw his 200th touchdown pass last week to
become the 44th player in NFL history to reach the milestone.