The NFL regular seasons kicks off next month. Today we’re focusing on betting on Philadelphia Eagles. Additionally, Eagles Superbowl 2020 odds.
After winning the first Super Bowl in franchise history, the Philadelphia Eagles went into last season thinking about repeating. This was as Super Bowl champions. However, the team finished with a 9-7 record. This was good for second place in the division and a playoff berth, but they were unable to make it back to the title game.
During the offseason, the Eagles have stayed busy trying to upgrade their roster. This of course for another Super Bowl run. The team brought back speedster DeSean Jackson, who remains one of the best deep threats in the league and finished with 774 yards and four touchdowns in 12 games last year. Thus, impacting betting on Philadelphia Eagles odds. The team also brought in Malik Jackson, who played for the Jacksonville Jaguars last season.
Even though Jackson was the biggest splash they made in free agency, the Eagles managed to keep their core players on the team for some time to come, extending the contracts of players like Jason Kelce, Brandon Graham, Jason Peters and Isaac Seumalo.
Eagles Superbowl 2020 Odds
The Eagles also lost a few players this offseason with defensive end Chris Long retiring. Also, former Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Despite losing arguably the best backup in team history and in the league, the Eagles are confident in their chances. Their odds next year without Foles because Carson Wentz, whose last two seasons were ended by injuries, is healthy again. The team also signed Cody Kessler to give them some depth at the position.
With the team adding running back Jordan Howard to their backfield, the Eagles will have a very good offense this season. Also, will be dangerous if their key players can stay healthy. However, the Cowboys seem to have more talent on their roster. This while making it difficult for the Eagles to win the Division. What will this change for betting on Philadelphia Eagles? But, since there hasn’t been a repeat NFC East winner in a long time, they have a realistic chance of winning the division. Their odds to win the Super Bowl is +1400.
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