The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-1) and Philadelphia Eagles (2-3) will face each other in Week 6. The Buccaneers, listed at on the spread, hit the road on October 14, 2021 at 8:20 PM ET on FOX against the Eagles, moneyline odds to win. The point total for the game is set at points.
The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 14, 2021, 7:48 PM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Buccaneers Vs Eagles Odds
|ATS pick||Over/Under pick|
|Eagles (+7)||Under (53)|
Predictions are calculated by a data-driven algorithm (raw power score) that ranks head-to-head matchup results within a closed network of games. Prediction confidence is determined by the delta between each team’s raw power score.
Team Stat Rankings
|Off. Points per Game (Rank)||33.4 (3)||23.0 (16)|
|Def. Points per Game (Rank)||24.4 (19)||24.8 (21)|
|Off. Yards per Play (Rank)||6.3 (6)||6.1 (9)|
|Def. Yards per Play (Rank)||5.7 (15)||5.0 (3)|
|Turnovers Allowed (Rank)||5 (9)||4 (2)|
|Turnovers Forced (Rank)||8 (6)||5 (17)|
Buccaneers Betting Insights
- Tampa Bay has two wins against the spread this year.
- As a 7-point favorite or greater, the Buccaneers have two wins ATS (2-1).
- Tampa Bay has seen four of its five games hit the over.
- Tampa Bay games have finished with more than 53 points four times so far this season.
- Buccaneers games this season have posted an average total of 51.4, which is 1.6 points fewer than the total for this matchup.
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Eagles Betting Insights
- Philadelphia has posted two wins against the spread this year.
- The Eagles are winless ATS (0-1) when playing as at least 7-point favorites this year.
- Philadelphia has had two games (out of five) go over the total this season.
- Philadelphia games have finished with over 53 points two times this season.
- The over/under for this game is 3.3 points higher than the average scoring total for Eagles games (49.7).
Buccaneers Players to Watch
- Tom Brady has thrown for 1,767 yards (353.4 ypg) to lead Tampa Bay, completing 66.2% of his passes and tossing 15 touchdown passes compared to two interceptions this season.
- The team’s top rusher, Leonard Fournette, has carried the ball 56 times for 251 yards (50.2 per game), scoring one time. He’s also caught 19 passes for 167 yards.
- Ronald Jones II has piled up 98 yards on 26 carries, scoring one time.
- Mike Evans’ 393 yards as a receiver lead the team. He’s been targeted 45 times and has collected 29 catches and four touchdowns.
- Chris Godwin has caught 29 passes while averaging 73.2 yards per game and scoring two touchdowns.
- Antonio Brown’s 20 catches have turned into 325 yards and three touchdowns.
- Shaquil Barrett has 3.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has 3.0 TFL, 18 tackles, and one interception.
- Devin White, Tampa Bay’s top tackler, has 36 tackles this year.
- Mike Edwards has a team-high two interceptions to go along with 19 tackles and three passes defended.
Eagles Players to Watch
- Jalen Hurts has done it all for Philadelphia with 1,365 yards on 118-of-182 passing with seven touchdowns and three interceptions this season. He also leads the team in rushing with 256 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.
- Miles Sanders has collected 214 yards (on 48 attempts), while also catching 16 passes for 111 yards.
- Devonta Smith has registered 25 receptions this season and his team-high yardage total sits at 314 (62.8 yards per game). He’s been targeted 39 times and has and one touchdown.
- Quez Watkins has 13 receptions (on 17 targets) for a total of 267 yards (53.4 yards per game) this year.
- Zach Ertz’s 14 catches (on 25 targets) have netted him 160 yards (32.0 ypg) and one touchdown.
- Javon Hargrave has racked up 6.0 sacks to pace the team, while also picking up 7.0 TFL and 27 tackles.
- Alex Singleton, Philadelphia’s tackle leader, has 52 tackles this year.
- Darius Slay has picked off a team-high two passes. He also has 21 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and three passes defended to his name.
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