Where do the Eagles stand after the start of free agency?
The start of the 2022 NFL offseason has been chaotic, with numerous big moves, including Deshaun Watson to Cleveland, Khalil Mack to Los Angeles, and Davante Adams to Las Vegas.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ offseason hasn’t been flashy outside the signing of Haason Reddick, but they still made some important moves. Some of those included bringing back and restructuring the deals of Fletcher Cox and Jason Kelce while signing a much-needed veteran wideout in Zach Pascal.
Like every season, the NFC East will be a tight race, and the Eagles are in a prime position to return to the playoffs next season.
Right now, Philadelphia’s odds of winning the NFC East are at +300, the second-best odds behind the Dallas Cowboys at -120. Washington has the third-best at +450 while the Giants sit in last at +700.
+300 for the Eagles is insane, especially when you consider no NFC East team has won the division two seasons in a row since 2004.
What’s even crazier is that even after making the playoffs and bringing back every key player, the Eagles are still projected to miss the playoffs.
According to BetMGM, the Eagles have +2000 odds to win the NFC, the 8th best in the conference, tied with the Minnesota Vikings. Meanwhile, their Super Bowl odds are at +4000, tied for the 19th-best.
I’m not saying the Eagles should be favorites, but they should definitely have higher odds than the New Orleans Saints and Vikings.
If you’re looking for some futures bets for the 2022 season, I’d highly recommend betting on the Eagles winning the NFC East. Between the growth of this team combined with the numerous key players the Cowboys have lost, +300 is a steal.
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March Madness picks up again on Thursday, so this is the perfect opportunity for you to bankroll your Sweet 16 bets when games return.
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