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Philadelphia Eagles NFL Betting Online

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The Philadelphia Eagles have enjoyed considerable success since GM Howie Roseman ended his five-year partnership with Doug Pederson and appointed Nick Sirianni as the franchise's 24th head coach. While the team has yet to secure a Super Bowl under Sirianni's leadership, they have reached one big game and qualified for the playoffs in both of his other seasons at the helm. Although the Eagles couldn't replicate the success of the 2023-24 season, which concluded with a gut-wrenching 38-35 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII, their window to return to the Super Bowl remains wide open with Jalen Hurts back under center. Recognizing this opportunity, upper management has consistently sought to bolster the roster, continuing this trend in the latest offseason after a campaign plagued by injuries that turned a dominant defense into one of the leagues weakest.

Despite the injury setbacks, the Eagles still managed to win 11 games and fiercely competed with the Dallas Cowboys for NFC East supremacy. Although they couldn't reclaim the division title, Philadelphia's impressive 10-1 start and a 6-2-3 record against the spread in those games highlighted their potential. However, a late-season collapse saw them lose five of their final six games and miss out on covering a single point spread, forcing them to play on the road in the Wild Card round, where they suffered a disappointing 32-9 defeat to a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team they had previously dominated when healthy. With strategic offseason moves carried out and the hope that the injury bug will steer clear of Lincoln Financial Field this season, oddsmakers are once again optimistic about the Eagles' prospects. They are favored to win the NFC East, considered strong contenders for the NFC title, and boast the sixth-shortest odds to win Super Bowl LIX.

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2024 Philadelphia Eagles Futures Odds
ODDS TO WIN 2024 NFC +600

Though D’Andre Swift performed admirably as the Eagles' RB1, accumulating nearly 1300 scrimmage yards and six touchdowns (with Hurts likely snaking 10 more), the front office felt the need to make a significant backfield upgrade this offseason. They made a major move by bringing in Saquon Barkley from the division rival New York Giants. With Barkley, the Eagles now have one of the best running backs in the league. Even though Jason Kelce retired, Philadelphia has prioritized maintaining a strong offensive line, so little decline is expected from the unit due to his departure. Many preseason rankings still place Lane Johnson and company among the top-3 offensive lines. Consequently, 2024-25 could be the season Barkley surpasses 2000+ scrimmage yards for the first time since his 2018 rookie year when he achieved 2028 yards and 15 touchdowns. The Eagles had the league’s No. 8 ranked rushing attack last season, and with a duo of Hurts and Barkley, it would be surprising if their running game didn’t rank out among the league’s best, assuming key players stay healthy.

The passing game is also set to thrive again with A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert all returning. However, it’s the defense that was problematic last year, prompting Roseman to make several offseason moves to improve the league’s No. 26 and No. 30 ranked total and scoring defenses. Vic Fangio was brought in to lead the defense after revitalizing the Dolphins' unit last season. Additionally, the Eagles added S C.J. Gardner Johnson, EDGE Bryce Huff, and LB Devin White through trades and free agency. The most impactful changes came from the NFL Draft, where the Eagles, needing to improve their No. 31 ranked pass defense that was ripped for nearly 253 yards per game, selected Toledo CB Quinyon Mitchell in the first round and Iowa CB Cooper DeJean with the No. 8 pick in the second round. Roseman also bolstered depth at running back, wide receiver, and both lines, earning “A” grades from draft analysts across the board.

Finishing second in the NFC East and exiting in the Wild Card round gives the Eagles the advantage of facing the easiest schedule strength among their division rivals. Sharp Football Analysis ranks the Eagles’ schedule as the seventh easiest in the league, with games locked in against the NFC South, AFC North, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Los Angeles Rams. They also benefit from nine home games and only eight on the road, with just three road opponents currently favored to make the playoffs at the online sportsbook. Philadelphia failed to exceed its 11.5-game win total last season, ending a streak of two straight overs. Consequently, the win total has been adjusted to 10.5, with the market divided on the Eagles' prospects for 2024-25. Regardless of how it all plays out, the Eagles will be in the thick of the madness throughout the entirety of the regular season then likely find itself in the second season with hoisting the Lombardi the team’s sole goal.

Philadelphia Eagles Schedule & Results

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Founded in 1933, the Philadelphia Eagles have only four NFL championships in their history, including one Super Bowl title. Since the formation of the Super Bowl for the 1966 season, the Eagles have three appearances. Of course, the 2017 season will go down as the most historic in Eagles’ history. That year, behind backup quarterback Nick Foles, the Eagles went on an improbable run that ended with a Super Bowl upset win over the New England Patriots.

Until the late 1970s, the Eagles were out more than in. But head coach Dick Vermeil changed that with Ron Jaworski, Harold Carmichael, and a tough Eagles team. The 1980 Eagles won the NFC title but were dominated in a Super Bowl loss against the Oakland Raiders. Head coach Buddy Ryan led the Eagles to three consecutive playoff seasons from 1988 to 1990 but could never reach the Super Bowl. Those Eagles teams were known for bone-cracking defenses and quarterback Randall Cunningham.

Since 2000 the Eagles have been one of the NFL’s most consistent winners. Philadelphia has missed the NFL Playoffs just eight times. Head coach Andy Reid was the man that began this era of success. Reid led the Eagles to the 2004 NFC title, but Philadelphia lost the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots. Doug Pederson was the head coach who finally got the Eagles their elusive Super Bowl championship in 2017 with a 13-3 campaign. Nick Sirianni is still looking to mimic that feat with the team losing Super Bowl LVII to the Chiefs and bowing out twice in the Wild Card Round since taking over the reins back in 2021.

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Philadelphia Eagles Past Seasons (2000)

2023 11-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2022 14-3 Lost Super Bowl
2021 9-8 Lost Wild Card Round
2020 4-11-1 None
2019 9-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2018 9-7 Lost Divisional Round
2017 13-3 Won Super Bowl
2016 7-9 None
2015 7-9 None
2014 10-6 None
2013 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2012 4-12 None
2011 8-8 None
2010 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2009 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2008 9-6-1 Lost Conference Championship
2007 8-8 None
2006 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2005 6-10 None
2004 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2003 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2002 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2001 11-5 Lost Conference Championship
2000 11-5 Lost Divisional Round

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