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What Are The Betting Odds For Washington’s New Name?

Earlier this week Washington announced that they would be revealing the new team name on 2-2-22. How exciting. Said almost nobody at this point, as it has dragged on far too long already.

The team did announce via Team President Jason Wright that the name would not be Red Wolves due to copyright issues. Red Wolves was considered to be the odds on favorite, and seemingly the fan-favorite as well.

So if not Red Wolves, what are the other names in play?

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WFT Vs Philadelphia: Odds, How To Watch, Stream Or Listen

The Washington Football Team (6-9) are holding on to the hope that they can still grab the last spot in the playoffs. But the Philadelphia Eagles (8-7) are already holding down the No. 7 seed, and have no intention of letting it go. When the two teams met less than two weeks ago, Philadelphia beat Washington convincingly 27-17.

On top of that, Washington is coming off of an embarrassing 56-14 loss to the Cowboys, and the Eagles have won five of their last six.

Can Washington fare better now that it has a “healthier” lineup?

They do have both quarterbacks back, but running back Antonio Gibson being on the Covid list is a big miss for the WFT.

What time does the game start?

Kickoff is Sunday at 1 pm from Fed Ex Field in Landover, Maryland.

What TV channel is the game on?

The game will be shown on FOX.

Adam Amin handles play-by-play duty, and former Hog Mark Schlereth looks after the color commentary.

Live stream

The game can be streamed on Fox Sports live and the Fox Sports app. The game can also be streamed live via FuboTV.

How to listen on the radio

Stations: The Team 980, WMAL 105.9 FM

Odds

The Eagles are 6-point favorites with the over/under at 45 points.

The Eagles opened as 3-point favorites.

 

Categories Posted In Game Day | Washington Commanders

First Look: WFT Vs Eagles – Head-To-Head, Odds, And More

The Washington Football Team (6-9) head in to their Week 17 match-up coming off of a demoralizing 56-14 thrashing from the Dallas Cowboys, and their third straight loss. The Philadelphia Eagles (8-7) beat up the New York Giants for their third straight victory – a 34-10 win at home. Washington will be looking to avenge the beat down that the Eagles gave them two weeks ago.

It is Washington’s last home game of 2021.

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Bookies Don’t Like Washington’s Odds Of Beating The Eagles

It has been a chaotic week for bookmakers. A rash of Covid-19 positives amongst NFL players and coaches, forced the league to postpone three games – including the Washington versus Philadelphia game. Obviously these same injuries can also have a drastic outcome on the effect of games, and therefore, drastically effect a game’s odds.

The Football Team now has twenty-three Covid cases, including both of their quarterbacks. That earned them a two-day postponement until Tuesday. The two-day postponement is designed to allow time for the team’s players to produce negative tests ahead of their Week 15 matchup.

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First Look: WFT Vs Eagles – Head-To-Head, Odds, And More

The Washington Football Team will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 15. The two teams share records of 6-7 and are tied for second place in the NFC East. Washington are coming off of a bitter 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The Eagles are coming off their bye week.

Both teams are looking for a Wild Card spot.

Neither team can afford to lose the game.

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WFT Vs Las Vegas: How To Watch, Injuries and Odds

Two teams in the thick of a playoff hunt will square off at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday. The Las Vegas Raiders and the Washington Football Team both look to further their 2021 playoff aspirations with a critical win in Week 13.

Can Washington overcome a rash of injuries of late, that are forcing them deeper and deeper at positions?

The Raiders were also hit with bad injury news on Saturday night, when Darren Waller was downgraded to unavailable.

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Week 10: WFT Vs Tampa Bay – Odds, Injuries And Picks

Both the Washington Football Team and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter this Week 10 match-up coming off of their bye week. Both teams also lost the last game they played. That’s about the sum total of their similarities – these two teams are going in opposite directions.

The 6-2 Bucs will be looking to rebound from a tough upset loss to their division rival New Orleans Saints.

Washington will be just looking to get back on track after losing four straight. At 2-6, their playoff hopes are dwindling quickly.

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First Look: WFT Vs Tampa Bay – Head To Head, Opening Line And More

The Washington Football Team will face the defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Both teams are coming off a Week 9 bye. Washington have to find a way to end a four-game losing streak that has already dashed almost any hope of anything coming out of the 2021 season.

Head-To-Head

These two teams have faced each other 24 times in their histories. The series is tied with each team having won 12 games.

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Week 8: WFT Vs Denver – Odds, Injuries and Picks

The Washington Football Team have dropped three games in a row, and head to Empower Field in Denver on Halloween Day looking for a win. The Broncos have been idle for ten days after a 17-14 loss to the Browns in last week’s Thursday Night game.

Washington have a bye next week and can ill afford to drop to 2-6. Both teams need to get back on the winning side of the equation if they expect to have any 2021 playoff opportunities.

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First Look: WFT vs Denver – Opening Line, Head-To-Head And More

The Washington Football Team lost their third consecutive game on Sunday. The Denver Broncos lost their fourth in a row against the Cleveland Browns. The two sliding teams will square off at Empower Field on Halloween Day at 4:25pm.

One of the two teams will get back on the winning side of the ledger. Both teams need a win to keep the playoffs in sight.

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