By the (Sports)Book: Predicting the 2010 Philadelphia Eagles' Season

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By the (Sports)Book: Predicting the 2010 Philadelphia Eagles' Season

Andy, I'm not sure who you're lookin at.

But all eyes are on you and what you can do with this young team that we are led to believe has plenty of talent.

With training camp underway, Eagles fans have gone nuts trying to figure out how many wins this team will have and if they will make the playoffs.

I put out predictions before the draft claiming the Eagles would go 6-10 and I wasn't going to budge off that number.

Well things have changed, but I won't reveal how much or if it is even for the better.

The following predictions are the ones I will go down in flames with and they are complimented by odds, which are out on the Internet for your consumption.

The lines are from an online sports book called sportsbetting.com.

The legality of the site is definitely in question, and its practices are kind of sketchy, but hey, they produce lines that are on par with those posted in Vegas.

These lines are considered future wagers so whatever number you get today you are stuck with it. And the lines won't stay like this either. Once the season starts they will be adjusted.

It is certainly a risk to place a bet this far in advance, but you could look like a genius if things fall in your favor.

The predictions are followed by a running record. The first record is the team’s overall record, the second record is their mark against the spread. The home team is listed second at the title of each slide.

Most of the predictions are based on trends or where games fall on the schedule and not entirely based on matchups or who is supposed to win the game, but that’s how the NFL works.

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