A team's success in any given season is determined by their straight-up win/loss record, but if you are the type of person that enjoys wagering on the games you are much more concerned about a team's record against the spread.
Last season the Eagles won as many as the lost both SU and ATS to end up 8-8 both ways. Going back to the 2009 season, the Birds finished-up 11-5 SU but were less successful ATS with a 9-7 record. In 2010 the gap was even wider with a 10-6 SU record to go along with a 7-9 record ATS.
The following is a link to a detailed look at which teams have provided the best return on investment over the past three seasons in terms of covering the spread in their games. This article was originally posted on Bang the Book.
NFL’s Top ATS Money Makers since 2009