Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds 2024: Latest Super Bowl 58 Odds

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds 2024

The current Philadelphia Eagles 2024 Super Bowl Odds are . The Eagles endured one of the most precipitous collapses in NFL history over the last six weeks of the regular season. After a 10-1 start, they lost five of their final six games and squandered their opportunities to win the NFC East and potentially earn the NFC’s No. 1 seed, or at least the No. 2 seed. They finished as the No. 5 seed, and while they still have a Super Bowl-caliber roster, it’s extremely difficult to consider them a legitimate Super Bowl contender after the way they played down the stretch.

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds & Futures

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Before the Eagles played the 49ers in week 13, their Super Bowl futures odds were +450, which was the 3rd best odds in the league. They were overwhelming favorites to win the NFC East at that point with odds at -1100, and they were the 2nd biggest favorites to win the NFC at +205. That seems like ages ago after they lost five of their final six games and finished as the No. 5 seed. As a result, their odds have plummeted to +1800 to win the Super Bowl and +800 just to make it there as the NFC conference champion.

Eagles Super Bowl 2024 Odds Analysis

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The Eagles have completely collapsed. Their three consecutive losses to the 49ers, Cowboys and even the Seahawks were all understandable, and could be explained by one or more legitimate reasons. But losing at home to the now-four-win Arizona Cardinals in week 17 was a complete embarrassment, and pretty much slammed the door on any chances for the Eagles to return to the Super Bowl this season.

Before that game, the Eagles still had control of the NFC’s No. 2 seed and maintained an outside chance of becoming the No. 1 seed. Even when they were still clinging to a sliver of hope that maybe the Commanders would give them new life by upsetting the Cowboys in week 18, the Eagles completely failed to show up against another league bottom-feeder in the New York Giants, falling behind 24-0 and pulling their starters before halftime.

There have been Wild Card teams that have made runs to the Super Bowl, but those have been teams that got hot at the end of the season as they were fighting for the playoffs, then carried that momentum into the postseason. The Eagles are doing the exact opposite – completely floundering and playing as badly as they’ve played all season right before the playoffs begin.

Not only are the Eagles playing their worst football of the Nick Sirianni era, but they have been one of the worst teams in the entire league. From weeks 11 through 18, they were 29th in the league in net EPA and had a point differential of -59. On the season they had a point differential of just +5, which is the second-lowest among playoff teams (Pittsburgh is -20). While they still have a Super Bowl-caliber roster, it’s darn near impossible to have any confidence in the Eagles as a Super Bowl contender right now. They have too many fatal flaws and they have shown no signs of correcting any of those issues.

Their biggest problem is that the defense simply is not a Super Bowl-caliber defense. They were one of the worst teams in the league in 3rd down defense (31st) and red zone defense (30th), not to mention being 30th scoring defense (25.2 points per game). Their elite defensive line has not been doing enough to make up for their weaknesses in the back seven, and several teams – especially San Francisco – have abused them over the middle of the field.

Things got so bad after blowout losses to the 49ers and Cowboys that they demoted defensive coordinator Sean Desai after just 13 games and replaced him with former Patriots DC and Lions HC Matt Patricia. That change felt like a panic move at the time, and it has completely backfired as the defense has somehow gotten worse under Patricia with terrible performances against the Seahawks, Cardinals and Giants to end the season.

They allowed a backup QB in Drew Lock to lead a 92-yard game-winning TD drive, then barely avoided another game-winning drive to another backup QB in Tyrod Taylor. The Cardinals are one of the worst teams in the league, and they completely dominated the Eagles to the tune of 221 rushing yards, 449 total yards, and four consecutive touchdown drives in the second half.

Even if you believe the Eagles can magically fix their issues and make another run to the Super Bowl, their current odds do not offer much value. They still have the 7th highest odds in the league, and there are teams like the Lions, Browns, and Rams that are playing much better right now and have lower Super Bowl odds.

The Eagles face the Buccaneers on the road in the Wild Card round and they are -3 favorites as of this writing. It is hard to believe they could be favored against anyone based on how they’ve been playing – especially on the road – but they are still the more talented roster and they beat the Bucs soundly way back in week 3. If they can manage to win that game and the Cowboys and Lions avoid an upset, then they will travel to face the vaunted 49ers in the Divisional Round.

They will be pretty big underdogs against any of those three teams and have provided zero reason to have any confidence they could pull off an upset in the playoffs. At this point, an early playoff exit seems far more likely for the Eagles than them getting a few playoff wins, let alone returning to the Super Bowl. Given their recent struggles, the Eagles simply are not a good choice for a Super Bowl futures bet right now.

 

Reasons Why Eagles Can Win the Super Bowl

  • Jalen Hurts is one of the best quarterbacks in the league
  • Dynamic skill players on offense including A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, Dallas Goedert and D’Andre Swift
  • Elite units on both sides of the line of scrimmage, with the best offensive line in the league and a deep and talented defensive front

Reason Why Eagles Can’t Win the Super Bowl

  • Pass defense has been an Achilles heel and could doom them against elite offenses in the playoffs
  • Offensive play calling has been questionable all season under new offensive coordinator Brian Johnson
  • Turnovers have been a big issue this season after they were one of the best teams in the league at protecting the ball last year
Noah hails from Philadelphia and is a diehard Philly sports fan. He graduated from Penn where he was a sports writer and editor for the student newspaper and also spent a summer covering the Baltimore Orioles for MLB.com. He has been playing fantasy sports since before live stats were a thing, and he has enjoyed learning the nuances of DFS in recent years. As a current resident of Florida, he is hoping the wave of sports betting legalization will eventually reach his home state.

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