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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (11) making a one-handed catch to score a touchdown against Washington Commanders cornerback Benjamin St-Juste (25) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 29, 2023, in Landover, Md. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Cowboys v. Eagles: in what some may say is the biggest game of both the Eagles and Cowboys season, we kick off in Philadelphia at 4:25p EST with some early-November NFC East action.

The Cowboys boast the 3rd fewest yards allowed per game, 287.4. However, they’ve faced just one team with a winning record, the San Francisco 49ers, on their way to a 5-2 start.

In a game that could give Philadelphia a lead in the division they hope to retain for the remainder of 2023, the Dallas Cowboys won’t be holding back. It’s America’s team and America’s game of the week. Let’s make some money as we all rewind our clocks.

Cowboys v. Eagles: Week 9 info

Date: Sunday | November 5th
Time: 4:25p EST
Location: Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia, PA
TV channel: FOX

NFL Week 9 odds: Cowboys v. Eagles

Spread: Dallas Cowboys +3 | Philadelphia Eagles -3
Moneyline: Dallas Cowboys +138 | Philadelphia Eagles -164
Total: Over/Under 46.5

Cowboys v. Eagles | Parlay +711

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Over 46.5 | -115

For better or worse, the Eagles and Cowboys have gone 8-7 against their point totals this season. While 46.5 total points are by no means a low number, the chance this game turns into a defensive clinic isn’t high.

Over the last three weeks, the Cowboys have allowed an average of 26.3 points to opposing teams. Meanwhile, the Eagles have allowed 22.6, including 31 points surrendered to the frisky Washington Commanders offense.

Simple math puts those averages at a predictive 49 points between these two defenses. Today, we like the Over.

Deandre Swift | 80+ Rushing Yards |+220

While the Cowboys passing defense has been stout, albeit against lesser opponents, they’ve still surrendered almost 109 yards rushing per game.

Now, Swift hasn’t eclipsed 80 yards rushing since Week 3 in Philadelphia’s victory over Tampa Bay, but with LB Leighton Vander Esch on the IR for the Cowboys, I like these odds. Vander Esch owns a 70 grade in run defense, according to PFF, with zero missed tackles.

Swift has been responsible for 22 forced missed tackles, and with 14 runs of 10+ yards or more on the season, I think he can get it done this afternoon as the Eagles take advantage of all the focus that’s shifted to their passing attack & AJ Brown. Somewhat notably, Boston Scott will also be inactive, so that’s one less mouth to feed.

AJ Brown | Anytime Touchdown | +100

This one’s a true vibe pick. Brown has been on an MVP-worthy tear (if that was an award, receivers could win…). While I believe we see heavy activity on the ground this afternoon, I don’t think that stops Brown from feasting.

Brown leads the NFL in Contested Targets and Catches, with a 57.9% conversion rate. With three touchdowns in the last two weeks and the second-most receiving yards in the NFL, he’ll continue to be the favorite target of Jalen Hurts.

The cherry on top – Brown has 24 more targets than Devonta Smith, who has drawn the second most targets of any Philadelphia wideout. They’ll continue that trend today.

+711 – TOTAL

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