Bears vs. Eagles 2013 odds: Philadelphia favored at home on Sunday Night Football

The Sunday night matchup has huge playoff implications for both teams.

The Eagles will host the Bears on Sunday Night Football in Week 16. Philadelphia is coming off a loss on the road against the Vikings, but was a five-game winning streak prior to the defeat. The Bears beat the Browns in Week 15 and are 3-2 in their last five. The Eagles are considered a 3.5-point favorite at home entering the matchup against the Bears, according to OddsShark.

Philadelphia is averaging 26 points per game, while surrendering a score of 24.93 to opponents. The Eagles are 7-6-1 against the spread this season and are just 2-4-1 at home with the line. However, the Eagles are 8-6 with the over/under this season and 5-2 at home with total points.

Chicago is scoring 29 points per game, while allowing 27.93 points to opposing teams. The Bears are 4-9-1 against the spread this season, while just having a record of 3-4 on the road with the line. The Bears are 10-4 with the over/under and are 5-2 on the road with total points.

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