Eagles Super Bowl 58 Odds: December 1, 2023
The Eagles Super Bowl odds are +450 to win Super Bowl 58, per DraftKings Sportsbook, representing an 18.2% chance at winning the second Lombardi Trophy in team history. This is a number we will continue to track here as the season progresses. Here is the Eagles' playoff outlook as a whole:
|👑 Odds to Win SBLVIII||+450|
|🏆 Odds to Win NFC||+205|
|⭐ Odds to Win NFC East||-1100|
|🔥 Odds to Make Playoffs||Off the Board|
|⛔ Odds to Miss Playoffs||Off the Board|
The Eagles' playoff chances above are calculated using implied probability based on odds from DraftKings Sportsbook. The numbers you see when betting on these different outcomes (such as -20000 for Philly to make the playoffs, -1100 to win the NFC East, or +450 for them to win Super Bowl XLVIII) are written in the American-style "moneyline." Using those numbers, you can calculate the implied probability by dividing the odds by 1 plus the odds. So, for a bet with the odds of +900 on the moneyline, the implied probability would be 10%.
While the oddsmakers and pundits appear bullish on the Eagles to win the NFC again this season, they have never won back-to-back NFC titles in their 91-year history.
Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds vs. NFC East
If you're looking at the Eagles' Super Bowl odds compared to their division, there isn't much comparison to make outside of their main rival: the Dallas Cowboys. Even the Cowboys are a distant second behind the Birds as far as the NFC East is concerned.
The Eagles odds currently sit at +450, representing an 18.2% chance of winning the Super Bowl.
The Dallas Cowboys are currently +900 to win the Super Bowl, representing an 10% chance.
Way down the list, you'll find the Washington Commanders and New York Giants sitting at +50000. Both teams have a 0.2% chance of winning the Super Bowl.
Regarding where they're projected to finish in the NFC East, the Philadelphia Eagles are first at -1100 to win the division, a 91.7% implied probability. The Dallas Cowboys sit at +700, a 12.5% chance.
Both the New York Giants and Washington Commanders are not even on the odds board at DraftKings Sportsbook.
It should be noted, however, that no team has won the NFC East title back to back since the Philadelphia Eagles did so from 2001-2004.
Philadelphia Eagles Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds
Heading into week 10, the Eagles sit atop the NFL with a league-leading 8-1 record.
- Week 1: +650
- Week 2: +700
- Week 3: +750
- Week 4: +700
- Week 5: +750
- Week 6: +800
- Week 7: +800
- Week 8: +600
- Week 9: +600
- Week 10: +550
- Week 11: +550
- Week 12: +450
- Week 13: +450
Latest Updates Impacting Eagles Odds to Win SB LVIII
Here is the best resource for timely news that could affect the Eagles' Super Bowl odds, including transactions, injuries and more. This section will serve as update central for key moves regarding the Philadelphia Eagles as it pertains to their Super Bowl odds.
- 📅 November 26: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Buffalo Bills 37-34 in OT, moving to 10-1 on the year.
- 📅 November 21: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 21-17, moving to 9-1 on the year.
- 📅 November 14: The Philadelphia Eagles opened the 21-day practice window for S Justin Evans.
- 📅 November 5: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Dallas Cowboys 28-23 at Lincoln Financial Field, moving to 8-1 on the year
- 📅 October 30: The Eagles acquire a 2024 sixth-round pick from the Atlanta Falcons in exchange for DT Kentavius Street and a 2025 seventh-round pick.
- 📅 October 29: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Washington Commanders 38-31, moving to 7-1 on the year.
- 📅 October 23: The Philadelphia Eagles acquire S Kevin Byard from the Titans in exchange for S Terrell Edmunds, a 2024 5th-round draft pick, and a 2024 6th-round draft pick.
- 📅 October 22: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Miami Dolphins 31-17 at Lincoln Financial Field, moving to 6-1 on the year.
- 📅 October 17: The Philadelphia Eagles sign WR Julio Jones to a 1-year contract.
- 📅 October 15: The New York Jets defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 20-14 at Metlife Stadium, handing the Eagles their first loss.
- 📅 October 8: Th e Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Los Angeles Rams 23-14 at SoFi Stadium, moving to 5-0.
- 📅 October 4: The Philadelphia Eagles sign CB Bradley Roby to the practice squad.
- 📅 October 1: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Washington Commanders 34-31 in overtime at Lincoln Financial Field, moving to 4-0.
- 📅 September 25: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25-11 at Raymond James Stadium, moving to 3-0 on the year.
- 📅 September 18: Adam Schefter reports CB Avonte Maddox will need surgery on a torn pectoral muscle, he will likely miss the rest of the season.
- 📅 September 18: The Philadelphia Eagles released P Arryn Siposs and sign P Braden Mann.
- 📅 September 14: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Minnesota Vikings 34-28 moving to 2-0 on the year.
- 📅 September 12: The Philadelphia Eagles place LB Nakobe Dean on the IR. They also signed LB Nicholas Morrow to the Active Roster.
- 📅 September 10: The Philadelphia Eagles defeat the New England Patriots 25-20 at Gillette Stadium to begin the 2023-24 NFL Season 1-0.
- 📅 September 9: The Philadelphia Eagles announce LB Nakobe Dean will be out multiple weeks with a foot injury.
- 📅 August 29: The Philadelphia Eagles acquired TE Albert Okwuegbunam and a 2025 7th-round pick from the Denver Broncos in exchange for a 2025 6th-round pick.
- 📅 August 17: The Philadelphia Eagles tied the Cleveland Browns at Lincoln Financial Field, 18-18, to move to 0-1-1 in the 2023 NFL preseason.
- 📅 August 17: The Philadelphia Eagles announce LB Haason Reddick will get thumb surgery due to an injury sustained in practice. He is expected to be back in time for The Eagles Week 1 game vs the New England Patriots.
- 📅 August 12: The Philadelphia Eagles lost 20-19 to the Baltimore Ravens to kick off their 2023 NFL preseason campaign.
- 📅 July 26: The Philadelphia Eagles report for 2023 Training Camp.
- 📅 April 29: The Philadelphia Eagles trade with the Detroit Lions for RB D'Andre Swift.
- 📅 April 27: The Philadelphia Eagles draft DT Jalen Carter and LB Nolan Smith, both out of Georgia, in the first round of the NFL Draft.
- 📅 April 17: The Philadelphia Eagles agree to terms on a 5-year extension with QB Jalen Hurts through 2028.
- 📅 March 24: T Lane Johnson is extended through 2026.
- 📅 March 20: DB C.J. Gardner-Johnson leaves the Eagles in free agency, signing with the Detroit Lions.
- 📅 March 16: The Eagles sign CB Darius Slay and Fletcher Cox to new deals.
- 📅 March 15: The Philadelphia Eagles sign RB Rashaad Penny to a one-year deal, as Miles Sanders leaves for the Panthers in free agency.
- 📅 March 13: The Eagles reach an agreement with C Jason Kelce for $14.25 million, making him the NFL’s third-highest-paid center.
- 📅 Feb. 28: Sean Desai becomes the Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator, and Brian Johnson is promoted from QB coach to Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator.
- 📅 Feb. 14: Johnathan Gannon (Eagles DC) becomes the Arizona Cardinals head coach, and Shane Steichen (Eagles OC) becomes the Indianapolis Colts head coach.
Make sure to bookmark this page and continue checking back for more news updates as the season progresses.
Philadelphia Eagles Schedule and Betting Lines
Week 1 at New England Patriots | Eagles -4, ML - 198 - EAGLES WIN + COVER
Week 2 vs Minnesota Vikings | Eagles -6.5, ML -298
Week 3 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Eagles -5, ML -218
Week 4 vs Washington Commanders | Eagles -7.5, ML -375
Week 5 @ Los Angeles Rams | Eagles -4, ML -218
Week 6 @ New York Jets | Eagles -7, ML -285 - EAGLES LOSE + DO NOT COVER
Week 7 vs Miami Dolphins | Eagles -2, ML -125 - EAGLES WIN + COVER
Week 8 @ Washington Commanders | Eagles -6.5, ML -298
Week 9 vs Dallas Cowboys | Eagles -3, ML -166
Week 10 BYE | N/A
Week 11 @ Kansas City Chiefs | Eagles +2.5, ML +124
Week 12 vs Buffalo Bills | Eagles -3.5, ML -172
Week 13 vs San Francisco 49ers | Eagles +3, ML +130
Week 14 @ Dallas Cowboys | Eagles +2.5, ML +125
Week 15 @ Seattle Seahawks | Eagles -2, ML -125
Week 16 vs New York Giants | Eagles -7, ML -298
Week 17 vs Arizona Cardinals | Eagles -11, ML -535
Week 18 @ New York Giants | Eagles -3, ML -155
For the critics of the Philadelphia Eagles 2022 campaign that saw them cruise to a first-round bye, this schedule is a sight for sore eyes. Many pundits referred to last year's playoff run as fraudulent with a "cupcake schedule" due to their last-place finish in the season prior. Philly gets no such luxury this year. They already bested the team that eliminated them in the Super Bowl. They then defeated the Buffalo Bills despite giving up over 500 yards of offense. Despite continuing to rack up wins, the Eagles are underdogs against both the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys.
Before the 2023-2024 season, the Philadelphia Eagles were ranked as having the toughest strength of schedule in the entire NFL, sitting at .566. They are one of just two teams in the NFL with a strength of schedule above .500, the other being the Miami Dolphins, a team they defeated 31-17 in Week 7.
Key Contributors Toward Eagles Super Bowl Odds
After a ho-hum start to the 2023-24 season, QB Jalen Hurts has returned to his former MVP-level form. The odds reflect it as well. He is currently the odds-on favorite to win MVP at +130. He sits ahead of former MVP winners Patrick Mahomes (+350) and Lamar Jackson (+400). Hurts has now won 28 of these last 31 starts.
Where Can I Bet on the Philadelphia Eagles to Win the Super Bowl?
You can bet on the Eagles to win the Super Bowl at any major PA sportsbook app including BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, DraftKings and more.
Popular Types of Sports Betting on Eagles Odds
An always popular bet is the over/under regular season wins. Last year, the Eagles flew over their posted 9.5 total wins. Their in-season over/under win total this season is up to 14.5 at DraftKings Sportsbook. The Eagles are just five wins away from cashing the over 14.5, which sits at +155.
However, the most popular bet week-to-week will be on or against the Eagles, either on the spread or the moneyline. This week, the Eagles are at +3 underdogs on the spread. They are +130 on the moneyline. Overall, the Eagles are 7-3-1 against the spread this season.
Super Bowl Futures
With this type of bet, you are trying to predict the winner of the Super Bowl. You can also place bets like "Will the NFC or AFC Win the Super Bowl?" at much lower odds than selecting an outright winner. To place a Super Bowl future bet, go to your Sportsbook app, click NFL -> Futures -> select the team you wish to bet on, choose your wager amount and click submit. Alternatively, go to a brick-and-mortar sportsbook, go to the counter and tell the clerk which team you'd like to bet on to win the Super Bowl.
Prop bets are quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to bet, not only on the Super Bowl but every week. Every year, the coin toss is one of the most popular bets to make on the Super Bowl. Bettors simply chose heads or tails; whatever the outcome, that side of the bet cashes. You can also bet on which player will be the Super Bowl MVP; typically the QBs are the most likely winners. You can also "bet the field," meaning any other player other than the listed favorites will win. Like other weeks, you can bet on players' yardage totals, amount of TDs and more.
The point spread is known as the ultimate equalizer in sports betting. While it may seem simple to say Team A will beat Team B, the point spread asks how much Team A will win by. For example, if the Philadelphia Eagles win by 3 points when they are -3.5 favorites against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Eagles have failed to "cover the spread." Even though the Eagles won the game, they failed to do so by 4 or more points, so the bettors who placed a bet on the Chiefs at +3.5 would win their bet.
In a real-life example, last season in the Super Bowl, the Eagles closed as -1 favorites. Since the Chiefs won the game not only did they win outright, but the Chiefs also covered the spread of 1 point.
Since the overturning of PASPA in 2018, live betting has taken the sports betting marketplace by storm. Every second of the game bettors can watch the odds change depending on what they are seeing. This allows for great value wagers to be placed when betting in-game. For instance, say the Eagles are -6.5 favorites in the Super Bowl before the game kicks off, but they start losing early in said game. You could see their odds drop to -4.5 or even potentially see them become underdogs getting points if they go down by enough points. If a bettor thought the Eagles would come back and win the game, betting them at a lower point spread would be an advantageous wager if Philly were to come back and win.
Everybody loves anything "free" right? The same is especially true for sports bettors who have the opportunity to use bonus bets throughout the NFL offseason through the Super Bowl. Bonus bets are typically awarded when a bettor signs up for a new sportsbook offering a sign-up bonus. They allow bettors to place bets with longer odds than they typically wouldn't bet with their own money. It also allows bettors to build up a portfolio of multiple teams for a similar outcome such as a team to win the NFC Title.
For instance, let's say before the 2023-24 season you made a $100 wager on the Eagles to win the NFC Championship at +250 and you are rewarded with $100 in Bonus Bets. You could then place $25 on the San Francisco 49ers at +400, $25 on the Dallas Cowboys at +600, $25 on the Detroit Lions at +1100 and $25 on the New Orleans Saints at +1200. You would now have positioned the top 5 teams to win the NFC title, locking in a profit if any of those teams other than the 49ers win. Take note that bonus bets seem to be risk-free wagers, but they are not. Almost always, you need to make a deposit or another bet to be awarded bonus bets. For instance, if you lose a traditional bet and then lose the bonus bet that you were "awarded," then you've lost money.
Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The Eagles postseason outlook has never looked better in the 2023-24 season. They're now heavy favorites to win the division so the best numbers on that bet are long gone.
Even so, the Eagles are now slated to be underdogs in two straight games. If they finally lose a game, especially to the San Francisco 49ers or Dallas Cowboys, expect their odds to win the NFC and Super Bowl to balloon.
Eagles Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The Eagles Super Bowl odds are currently +650, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. That's the lowest the Eagles' odds have been since they faced off against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX back in 2005. Here's a look at the Eagles' preseason odds from past years.
Eagles Super Bowl History
The Philadelphia Eagles were founded in 1933 as a replacement for the defunct Frankford Yellow Jackets. Throughout their 91-year history, they've amassed 4 league championships, one of which was during the Super Bowl Era. They won the NFL Championship in 1948, 1949 and 1960 before the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Their lone Super Bowl victory was in 2017-18 when they defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII. Their other Super Bowl Appearances came in 1980-81 when Dick Vermeil and the Eagles lost to the Oakland Raiders 27-10 in Super Bowl XV, in 2004-05 when Andy Reid and the Eagles lost to the New England Patriots 24-21 in Super Bowl XXXIX and last season in 2022-23 when Nick Sirianni and the Eagles fell to Andy Reid and the Chiefs 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII.
The Eagles' most "successful" stretch was during Andy Reid's tenure when the Eagles made it to 4 consecutive NFC Championship Games from 2001-2005. They only made it to one Super Bowl however, causing fans to sour on the future Hall of Fame coach who has now won two Super Bowls with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Have the Philadelphia Eagles Ever Won the Super Bowl?
The Philadelphia Eagles have won the Super Bowl once throughout their team history. Head Coach Doug Pederson & back-up quarterback-turned Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII for their first and only Super Bowl victory.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Philadelphia Eagles Won?
The Philadelphia Eagles have won one Super Bowl in their history. It was in Super Bowl LII when they defeated Tom Brady and the Patriots 41-33 in 2017.
Which Years Did the Philadelphia Eagles Go to the Super Bowl?
The Philadelphia Eagles have gone to the Super Bowl 4 times throughout their 90-year history.
- The 1st was in 1980-81, Super Bowl XV, when they lost 27-10 to the Oakland Raiders.
- The 2nd was in 2004-05, Super Bowl XXXIX, when they lost to the New England Patriots 24-21.
- The 3rd was in 2017-18, Super Bowl LII, when they won their first Super Bowl 41-33 over the New England Patriots.
- The 4th was in 2022-23, Super Bowl LVII, when they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 38-35.
The Eagles' first appearance was with Ron Jaworski at QB in Super Bowl XV against the Oakland Raiders. Thanks to Head Coach Dick Vermeil turning around the Eagles, it was their first League Championship since 1960, before the Super Bowl Era. The Eagles' only TD in the game was an 8-yard TD reception from TE Keith Krepfle from QB Ron Jaworski. The MVP of the game was Oakland QB Jim Plunkett who threw for 261 yards and 3 TDs. The Eagles lost outright despite being -3 favorites and the game total went UNDER 37.5 by the hook.
The 2nd appearance was a loss to Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots 24-21. Deion Branch was the game's MVP thanks to his 11 catches for 133 yards. Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb threw 3 TD passes but matched it with 3 INTs as well.
Their 3rd appearance will forever be remembered by Eagles fans as they finally got the job done, getting revenge against the New England Patriots with a 41-33 shootout victory. Backup QB Nick Foles out-dueled arguably the greatest QB of all time in Tom Brady, despite him throwing for 505 yards and 3 TDs. The famous "Philly Special" came out of this game when HC Doug Pederson called a trick play with 34 seconds left in the first half that resulted in Foles catching a TD pass from TE Trey Burton. Foles went on to win Super Bowl MVP thanks to his 373 yards passing 3 TDs and a receiving TD. The Eagles won and beat the spread outright despite being +4.5 underdogs. The game also flew over the posted over/under total of 48.5.
Finally, last season, the Eagles made it back to the Super Bowl to face off against their former HC Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs won a high-scoring affair 38-35. The Eagles squandered a 24-14 first-half lead thanks to a 17-point 4th quarter by MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. The Eagles lost outright despite closing as a -1 favorite; the game soared over the posted over/under total of 51.
How Many Times Have the Philadelphia Eagles Been to the NFC Championship Game?
The Philadelphia Eagles have been to the NFC Championship Game eight times throughout their history, winning four of them. The Eagles have also hosted the NFC Championship game sic times, just four times less than the San Francisco 49ers who have hosted the most at 10.
Their first appearance in the NFC Championship game was during the 1980-81 season when the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 20-7. It was a bitterly cold day in South Philadelphia with temperatures in single digits. That didn't bother the Birds however, who scored two TDs on the ground, one by Wilbert Montgomery in the first quarter and the other by Leroy Harris in the third quarter. Tony Franklin added 2 field goals to send the Eagles to their first-ever Super Bowl appearance.
Their 2nd NFC Championship game appearance wasn't until over 2 decades later when they fell to Kurt Warner's St. Louis Rams in 2001-02. The final score was Rams 29, Eagles 24. Head Coach Andy Reid and the Philadelphia Eagles then made it to four consecutive NFC Championship games from the 2001-02 season through 2004-05.
Their 3rd overall appearance in the NFC Championship Game was a loss to a Jon Gruden-coached Tampa Bay Buccaneers team in 2002-03 when the Bucs marched into Philadelphia on a freezing day and took down the Eagles 27-10. That was the final game played at Veterans Stadium before the Eagles moved into their new and current home, Lincoln Financial Field.
Their fourth appearance was during the 2003-04 when the Carolina Panthers and Quarterback Jake Delhomme took down the Eagles 14-3. The Eagles' only points came on a 41-yard Field Goal by David Akers late in the 2nd quarter.
Their fifth NFC Championship game appearance was when they finally broke through beating Michael Vick's Atlanta Falcons in the 2004-05 season by a score of 27-10. The Falcons' 10 points were all scored in the 2nd quarter, and the Eagles defense shut them out the other three. The Eagles' defense sacked Vick four times for 33 yards and held him to 136 yards passing and 0 TDs with 1 INT. They then appeared in their 2nd Super Bowl, eventually losing to the New England Patriots.
Their 6th NFC Championship Game appearance was 4 years later during the 2008-09 season. Kurt Warner, now on the Arizona Cardinals, defeated the Eagles again in another high-scoring affair, winning 32-25 at home in Arizona. Warner threw for 279 yards and threw 4 touchdowns, three of those TDs going to likely future Hall-of-Fame WR Larry Fitzgerald. Donovan McNabb threw for 375 yards, 3 TD and 1 INT.
The Eagles wouldn't go back to the NFC Championship game until 2017-18; however that year was surely the sweetest for Eagles fans. Head Coach Doug Pederson and the Eagles routed the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 at Lincoln Financial Field. Backup quarterback Nick Foles threw for 352 yards and 3 touchdowns en route to the Eagles' first Super Bowl appearance since 2004-05. The Philadelphia Eagles would go on to defeat Tom Brady and the Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII.
Finally, the Eagles most recent appearance in the NFC Championship came last season with new Head Coach Nick Sirianni. They dismantled the San Francisco 49ers 31 -7. It was all about the ground game, despite the 49ers being lauded as having one of the best rush defenses in the league. The Eagles had their way with them on the ground, scoring all four of their TDs on the ground. The Eagles would go on to lose to the Kansas city Chiefs 38-35.
Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl FAQs
The Philadelphia Eagles are currently +205 to win the NFC Championship. Their 32.8% chance to win the NFC Championship is the 2nd best in the Conference. They trail the San Francisco 49ers who sit at +190. They will face each other in week 13 of the NFL season. The Dallas Cowboys round out the top three with +380 odds, a 12.5% chance.
The Philadelphia Eagles are currently +30.8 to win the NFC Championship. Their 28.6% chance to win the NFC Championship is the best in the NFC. The San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions round out the top three. Their odds are +275 and +400 respectively.
Investors interested in betting on the Philadelphia Eagles have numerous nationally recognized, reputable, legal sportsbooks from which to choose in each state where sports gambling is permitted. Operators like FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM and Caesars are available to name a few.
The Philadelphia Eagles have won one Super Bowl. It was Super Bowl LII when Nick Foles led the Eagles to a 41-33 win over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
The Philadelphia Eagles have appeared in four Super Bowls. The first was in 1981, Super Bowl XV, when they lost 27-10 to the Oakland Raiders. The second was in 2005, Super Bowl XXXIX, when they lost to the New England Patriots 24-21. The third was in 2018, Super Bowl LII, when they won their first Super Bowl 41-33 over the Patriots. The fourth was in 2023, Super Bowl LVII, when they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 38-35.
Yes. You can bet on the Philadelphia Eagles to win the Super Bowl in Pennsylvania at DraftKings Sportsbook, BetMGM, FanDuel, Caesars, Barstool Sportsbook and more. They all list the odds for the Eagles and all 32 NFL teams to win the Super Bowl. Sports betting is legal in Pennsylvania for those 21 and older.
Dan Alexander is an NFL betting expert for PennStakes.com, focusing on the Eagles playoff chances and Super Bowl odds. He hosts and directs two sports betting podcasts, has a background in pro lacrosse betting, and is a longtime Philadelphia sports fanatic. He'll bring his knowledge base to NFL bettors in Pennsylvania.