By Skip Charles in Vegas

The Eagles performance has been maddening to their fans and to those who place bets on them.

On Monday night, the majority of betting public backed the Seahawks (-6.5).

At FanDuel, 92% of the money was on the Seahawks (-6.5) to cover.

At BetRivers, 88% of the money was on the Seahawks (-6.5) to cover.

Will the Eagles make the playoffs?

(Odds via FOX Bet as of 12/1)

Yes (-333)

No (+235)

Eagles win totals

Odds via FanDuel as of 12/1)

Over 4.5 (-200)

Under 4.5 (+170)

Against the Seahawks, the Eagles started slow and punted on their first five drives. They didn’t get a first down until their final drive of the first half. The 15-play, 75-yard scoring drive cut the score to 14-6. It was the best sequence in a terrible night of football for the Eagles. Carson Wentz got sacked six times.

Through 11 games, Wentz has been sacked 46 times. (David Carr was sacked a record 76 times in 2002). Injuries to the offensive line, wide receivers who can’t get separation, and Pederson’s questionable play-calling makes it hard to tell to if Wentz has regressed or is simply not surrounded with any support.

During Week 12, the Green Bay Packers tightened their grip on a second straight NFC North title. Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes to lead the Packers to a 41-25 win over the Chicago Bears. The Pack have a three-game lead over the slumping Bears (5-6).

EAGLES vs. Green Bay Packers betting stats and info from DraftKings:

The Eagles are 4-7 ATS, the Packers are 7-4.

Four of the Eagles’ 11 games have hit the over; seven for the Packers.

31.7 ppg puts the Packers at the top, just barely above the Chiefs 31.

(Odds via FanDuel Sportsbook)