Eagles vs. Broncos, NFL odds 2013: Denver the heavy favorites at home

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The Denver Broncos are heavy favorites over the Philadelphia Eagles for their Week 4 matchup.

The unbeaten Denver Broncos will take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday for their Week 4 match. Denver has scored more than 35 points in each of their first three games, and have comfortably won all three games. They bested the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1, the New York Giants in Week 2 and most recently, dealt with the Oakland Raiders in Week 3.

Denver has the No. 1 passing offense in the NFL at 374.7 yards per game with Peyton Manning at the helm. Philadelphia, unfortunately, has the No. 29 pass defense, as they've allowed 323.0 yards per game. In other words, things could go really, really poorly for the Eagles.

Philadelphia won their season opener against the Washington Redskins, but have dropped close games to the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs since then.

Philadelphia's recent losses haven't done anything to help the odds. According to OddsShark, the Broncos opened as 7.5-point favorites, but the line has moved significantly throughout the week. Denver can be had for as much as 12-point favorites on some books. Having the home-field advantage certainly doesn't hurt.

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