According to OddsShark.com:
The Washington Football Team underwent a full-scale regime change this offseason as they brought in longtime Panthers coach Ron Rivera to replace incumbent Jay Gruden.
Franchise left tackle Trent Williams was shipped to San Francisco in the team’s biggest roster move of the offseason, and plenty of questions remain across the rest of the roster entering the season.
Maybe the biggest question surrounds starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins, who will have to prove himself to a regime that did not draft him in order to keep his job. A fearsome defensive front led by second overall pick Chase Young is promising, but this team lacks talent in several key areas across the roster.
Washington has the eighth-toughest schedule according to opponent win total projections this season and breaking in new staff and schemes on both sides of the ball in a COVID-shortened offseason is not ideal.
Betting Pick: Eagles -6
Six points is a lot to give up in a divisional matchup in Week 1, especially without teams getting the benefit of preseason tune-up games. But we really don’t see Washington keeping up with the Eagles’ far superior roster.