Philadelphia Eagles Roster 2023 Philadelphia Eagles Roster

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Eagles football has officially entered a new era in 2022-2023 under Head Coach Nick Sirianni and GM Howie Roseman. Behind two dominant lines, a true dual threat QBin Jalen Hurts, one the deepest running back rooms in the NFL, and versatility at the wide receiver position, this Eagles organization is set up to make multiple deep playoff runs in the 2020s. The key to maintaining this roster will be health and money, both of which should work to their benefit as they have depth at key positions and ample draft capital. With a shot to win a Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs on February 12th, Eagles backers could not be in much of a better position both now and moving forward.

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl 57 Odds

Fresh off the winningest regular season in the history of their franchise, the Eagles find themselves just one win away from a Super Bowl title. All that stands in the way is a matchup with the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ on February 12, 2023.

The current Eagles Super Bowl Odds have the team listed as a 1.5 point favorite against the Chiefs with -125 odds on the moneyline. While the health of Jalen Hurts has been a concern for this team at points throughout the end of the regular season and into the postseason, the sportsbooks have taken a position on this Eagles team regardless — signaling their faith in their defense and the strength of their rushing attack.

The two keys to the Eagles rushing attack all season has been the strength of their offensive line and their depth at running back. The corps of Jason Kelce, Isaac Seumalo, and Landon Dickerson on the interior and Lane Johnson and Jordan Maliata at tackle, has been incredibly productive in both run and pass protection. Their ability to move the line of scrimmage has created ample opportunity for Running Backs Miles Sanders, Kenneth Gainwell, and Boston Scott (as well as Quarterback Jalen Hurts) to find holes and get up field.

Because of this, the matchup between the Eagles offensive line and the Chiefs defense front — which has big names of its own in players such as Chris Jones and Frank Clark — will be one to keep an eye on. Current Super Bowl Odds have the total in this game set at 49.5, which, if it holds, would be the 5th lowest/highest total of the last 10 years. This number signals faith in both defensive lines holding up while also respecting the firepower of each team’s offense.