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

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds 2024

The current Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds are . After entering last season as a trendy Super Bowl sleeper pick, the Eagles nearly made it all the way in what was a dominant season for the franchise. Falling just short of winning it all by losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in the big game, the Eagles are now looking to make their return as the favorite to win the NFC.

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds & Futures

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Being pegged as the favorite to win the relatively weak NFC comes as no surprise as the Eagles bring back a bulk of their production on both sides of the ball. Jalen Hurts has emerged as one of the best dual threat quarterbacks in the league and is surrounded by elite talent on the outside as well as protected by one of the best offensive lines in the league.

The defense is a different story, as the Eagles lost five starters on that side of the ball including defensive tackle Javon Hargrave (11 sacks) and safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson (6 interceptions, t-1st in NFL). They were able to retain star cornerback duo Darius Slay and James Bradberry, and they bolstered their front seven in the draft by selecting Jalen Carter and Nolan Smith – two stars of the vaunted Georgia Bulldogs defense – in the first round. The NFC lacks firepower, giving the Eagles a chance to be dominant once again.

Eagles Super Bowl 2024 Odds Analysis

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If you want to get some action on the Eagles making it back to the Super Bowl this season, then the sooner the better to make those bets as their odds likely will only decline as the season goes along. They have a pretty clear path to repeat as conference champions, as the NFC remains the much weaker conference compared to the AFC.

San Francisco and Dallas are the only other NFC teams considered true contenders, while the Lions are a trendy sleeper to ascend to the NFC elite. The 49ers and Cowboys are 2-0, while the Eagles are also 2-0 but have not looked as impressive in their victories at New England and home against Minnesota.

Philadelphia has a favorable schedule over the next few weeks of the season, with matchups at the Bucs, home against the Commanders, at the Rams and at the Jets without Aaron Rodgers. They will likely be favored in all those games – in some cases by a touchdown or more– and if they start out 6-0 or 5-1, then their Super Bowl futures odds will drop significantly.

The biggest issue facing this Eagles team right now is actually in the coaching staff, as they lost both offensive coordinator Shane Steichen (Colts) and defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon (Cardinals) to head coaching jobs. They replaced Steichen internally with former quarterbacks coach Brian Johnson, who is still trying to find his chemistry with Jalen Hurts when it comes to calling plays, especially in the passing game.

The Eagles replaced Gannon with Sean Desai, who spent 1 year as the DC for the Bears and most recently was an assistant head coach under Pete Carroll in Seattle. Like Gannon, Desai comes from the Vic Fangio school of defense and runs a similar system, but he is expected to be more aggressive with blitzes and less zone-heavy than his predecessor was.

After just 2 games, it’s too soon to judge these new coordinators, but the early indicators have not been great. The Eagles struggled to move the ball at times in week 1 against New England’s admittedly strong and well-coached defense. They had four straight three-and-outs early in that game, which didn’t happen to them all last season. They struggled at times again in week 2 against Minnesota, especially in the passing game, but capitalized on multiple turnovers and got the running game going with D’Andre Swift (175 yards).

Defensively they have struggled against the pass, particularly over the middle of the field, though the performance of their young defensive linemen has been encouraging. Jalen Carter had a league-high 8 pressures against New England, the most by a rookie defensive tackle in any game in the last 5 years. Second-year defensive tackle Jordan Davis also registered half a sack – the first of his career – and forced a fumble in that game, and both players continued to be a force in week 2.

The Eagles are fortunate that they have a few easier matchups early in the season to allow both coordinators to work out any issues and get into a groove before the tough stretch of their schedule. Starting in week 9 they have a brutal stretch against the Cowboys, Chiefs (on the road), Bills, 49ers and then Cowboys again (on the road). That will be a critical stretch that could make or break their chances of winning the NFC and making a return trip to the Super Bowl.

Reasons Why Eagles Can Win the Super Bowl

  • Jalen Hurts has turned into one of the best quarterbacks in the league
  • Dynamic skill players on offense with A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, Dallas Goedert and a revamped running back group
  • 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

  • Two new coordinators who need to prove they can achieve the same success as their predecessors
  • Lack of depth on offense makes injury a serious risk, especially at offensive tackle and wide receiver
  • Heavily reliant on rookies, second-year players and cheap veterans on defense, especially at linebacker and safety
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 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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