Tonight's Los Angeles Rams-Philadelphia Eagles game wasn't expected to be close, with Nick Foles starting behind center for the injured Carson Wentz.
The NFL is anything but predictable, though, so no one should be too surprised with the Eagles-Rams score heading into the second half.
Philadelphia and Los Angeles are tied, 13-13, after two quarters of play.
The Eagles need a win to remain in the NFC East division hunt. Can Philadelphia pull off the upset in the second half?
ESPN has made its prediction.
ESPN's Football Power Index is giving the Los Angeles Rams a 60.8 percent chance of winning this game, giving the Philadelphia Eagles a 39.2 percent chance of an upset.
The Eagles and the Rams should begin the second half soon.
The game is on NBC.