Eagles Ready To Soar

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Nick Foles has started the season off with a bang. Image courtesy of bleacherreport.com/Rich Schultz/Getty Images

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Colts v Eagles


Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

Tuesday September 16 – 10:35 AM (AEST)

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Philadelphia has all the momentum heading into Tuesday’s (AEST) clash against the Colts in Indianapolis.

After producing one of the great comebacks last week against the Jaguars, Philadelphia head into the match with confidence at a sky-high level. The 17-point comeback was the more impressive given they lost two offensive linemen, Evan Mathis (knee) and Allen Barbre (ankle), early in the second half. Off the back of that, the Eagles have jumped from $26 to , eighth overall in the Super Bowl betting market. Following up from his 21 carries for 74 yards, running back LeSean McCoy will help the Eagles attempt to secure its third 2-0 start to a season since 1993.

Last week, the Colts defence failed to generate any real pressure, allowing Denver to gain a total 360 yards. With linebacker Robert Mathis missing through suspension, rookie Bjorn Werner couldn’t rise to the occasion, finishing the game with no quarterback pressures and only three tackles. If it wasn’t for quarterback Andrew Luck, who is second in the league for passing yards (370), Indianapolis would have been taken to the cleaners. Dwayne Allen scored the Colts' first touchdown last week, and if given the opportunity, he may just do it again .

Over triple the amount of bets are coming into TattsBets for the Eagles over the Colts, but with Andrew Luck behind the line of scrimmage, you can never write off the home side. Given these two teams haven’t faced off in over four years, who knows what to expect?

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