The Eagles (3-0) continue to show why they're the team in the NFC you should have the most confidence in, especially with the rest of the contenders having inconsistent starts through the first three weeks.
Philly easily won at Washington 24-8, while the Jags, so sit at 2-1, are coming off a 38-10 blowout win over the Chargers.
Head coach Doug Peterson sees his former team in the Eagles for the first time as the Jags' coach, and early returns have been just what they were hoping for in Jacksonville.
At 2-1, they sit at the top of the AFC South and are well on their way to hitting the over on their preseason win total of 6.5. Trevor Lawrence had three touchdown passes Sunday against the Chargers, while James Robinson added 100 yards rushing and a touchdown of his own.
The Jags also converted 8-of-15 third downs in the win, while Pederson is 12 - 3 against the first-half spread coming off an upset win as an underdog over his career.
The Eagles are tops in the NFL in total yards, fifth in points per game, and continue to show their growth under Nick Siriani.
Jalen Hurts (+700 to win MVP on FanDuel) comes into the week with a 106.5 QB rating, while throwing for 305.3 yards per game with four touchdowns.
Jacksonville has shown a ton of growth under Peterson, but Philly is playing as good of football as anyone in the NFL right now, and it's hard to bet against this team until they show otherwise. Give me Eagles -6.5.