Where do the Eagles stand after their big offseason additions?
The perception around the Philadelphia Eagles has changed massively following their big moves this offseason.
Bringing in A.J. Brown, Haason Reddick, and James Bradberry has helped this team go from a fringe playoff team to an expected contender in the NFC.
According to BetMGM, the Eagles’ odds to win the Super Bowl now sit at +2800, the 15th highest odds in the NFL. Currently, the Eagles are just behind the Indianapolis Colts (+2500) and ahead of the Miami Dolphins (+3000).
Somehow, the Dallas Cowboys have the 7th best at +750, ahead of the Los Angeles Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals. My guess on that is a massive amount of delusional Cowboys fans have bet large sums of money on them winning it all.
The Eagles’ odds are at +200 to win the NFC East, behind the Cowboys at +110.
Over the last month, Jalen Hurts had received the most money and tickets to win the 2022 MVP. According to Caesars Sportsbook. Most sportsbooks had Hurts at +4000 to win at that time, and MGM has now raised those odds to +2500.
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Mandatory Credit: Philadelphia Inquirer