Philadelphia Eagles Odds
There aren’t too many league championships to highlight over the past 87 years of the Philadelphia Eagles’ existence but there is a passionate nationwide fanbase, and a good bunch of them reside in New Jersey.
Many of them are likely talking about how Philly is going back to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2017 season. They finished the 2022 regular season with a NFC best 14-3 record. The Kansas City Chiefs, who are representing the AFC in the Big Game, also went 14-3. Those who took the over 9.5 wins cashed winning tickets.
This Philadelphia Eagles betting page provides a rundown of what to expect this NFL season, including:
- This week’s best Eagles odds
- Eagles Super Bowl odds and player props
- Eagles schedule, key games, starters, betting trends and more
Best Eagles Odds: Spread, Super Bowl, Props
Want the best odds for this week’s Eagles’ game? Below you’ll find the best available betting lines direct from NJ online sportsbooks including this week’s spread, current Super Bowl odds and selected Eagles player props. Click on any odds to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and start making your bets.
This Week’s Eagles Spread
Eagles Super Bowl, NFC Odds
Jalen Hurts MVP, Prop Odds
Eagles Betting Lines
In the days leading up to Eagles games, there will be plenty of chatter about which the way the game is likely to swing. Sportsbooks enter the debate by releasing odds for each game early in the week and adjust as the money comes in. Here’s an example of an Eagles betting line you may see:
- New York Giants +155 +3.5 (-110) O 50.5 (-110)
- Philadelphia Eagles -175 -3.5 (-110) U 50.5 (-110)
From left to right next to the Eagles and Giants are the odds and lines for the following: moneyline, spread, and totals. All three bets will be heavily bet for each NFL game all season long. Let’s take a closer look at what you need to know about these ways to wager.
Moneyline betting is very straightforward as it’s all about winners and losers. Just click on the odds for which side you think will win, add in your wager amount, and click submit.
- New York Giants +155
- Philadelphia Eagles -175
While simple to place, that doesn’t mean that it’s easy to win on the moneyline as anything can happen in the NFL. Over the course of a season, favorites and dogs will both win their fair share.
Eagles Point Spread
For spread betting, you can pick the favorite minus the points or the underdog plus the number. In order to win the wager, the side you select has to cover the spread.
- New York Giants +3.5 (-110)
- Philadelphia Eagles -3.5 (-110)
In this fictitious matchup, the Eagles would have to win by four points or more to cover, while the Giants can do so by keeping the margin to a field goal or less or by winning the game outright.
Eagles Over/Under (Totals)
Also known as totals betting, oddsmakers set the bar with an estimated number of points scored in the game. Bettors then get to make the call on Over or Under that amount.
- Over 50.5 (-110)
- Under 50.5 (-110)
When scrolling through the weekly slate, totals odds give you a quick glimpse into what kind of game oddsmakers are expecting: defensive, offensive, or somewhere in between.
How to bet on Eagles props and futures
NFL betting is about much more than whether or not the Philadelphia Eagles come out on the winning side of the moneyline or covering the over. These are the basics.
Props and futures add an extra layer of excitement to the NJ sports betting experience.
Eagles futures odds
Sure, Eagles’ bettors will likely immediately jump to the Super Bowl market (or futures). The odds will shift throughout the season, so finding the best value is key. For example, the Birds +2000 will result in a bigger payout than say +800.
And the options expand far beyond which team will win the Big Game. Wagers linked to the outcome of a future sporting event fall under the futures category. Here are some of the NFL futures available at NJ sportsbooks:
- Eagles’ total wins
- Will Philadelphia make the playoffs?
- NFC champion
Another option is putting some cash down on what a particular player will do in a specific game or season. These are known as player props, and sportsbooks roll out extensive offerings.
For instance, let’s say you sign into your DraftKings Sportsbook account. As the season gets closer, the NFL menu will include a page of options, from team futures to player futures and props and beyond.
Here are a few examples of player props:
- Jalen Hurts passing yards
- DeVonta Smith receiving yards
- Regular season MVP
Eagles 2022-23 schedule
|Sunday, Sep. 11||at Detroit Lions||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Monday, Sep. 19||vs. Minnesota Vikings||8:30 p.m.||ABC|
|Sunday, Sep. 25||at Washington Commanders||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 2||vs. Jacksonville Jaguars||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Oct. 9||at Arizona Cardinals||4:25 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Oct. 16||vs. Dallas Cowboys||8:20 p.m.||NBC|
|Sunday, Oct. 30||vs. Pittsburgh Steelers||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Thursday, Nov. 3||at Houston Texans||8:15 p.m.||Amazon Prime Video|
|Monday, Nov. 14||vs. Washington Commanders||8:15 p.m.||ESPN|
|Sunday, Nov. 20||at Indianapolis Colts||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sunday, Nov. 27||vs. Green Bay Packers||8:20 p.m.||NBC|
|Sunday, Dec. 4||vs. Tennessee Titans||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Dec. 11||at New York Giants||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Dec. 18||at Chicago Bears||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Saturday, Dec. 24||at Dallas Cowboys||4:25 p.m.||FOX|
|Sunday, Jan. 1||vs. New Orleans Saints||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Saturday, Jan. 8||at New York Giants||1 p.m.||FOX|
Philadelphia Eagles starters 2023
Some winds of change have blown through Philadelphia, and there remain additional questions to be answered. Below are the projected starters for the Eagles on both offense and defense.
|97||Javon Hargrave ||DT|
|96||Derek Barnett ||DE|
Eagles 2022 Draft Picks
One of the great things about a new season is seeing how quickly the latest NFL Draft picks adjust to the pro game. Here is a look at the 2021 class:
- Round 1, pick 13 – Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
- Round 2, pick 51 – Cam Jurgens, C, Nebraska
- Round 3, pick 83 – Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
- Round 6, pick 181 – Kyron Johnson, LB, Kansas
- Round 6, pick 198 – Grant Calcaterra, TE, SMU
Top 5 memorable Eagles head coaches
1. Doug Pederson, 2016-2021
- Coached the Eagles to a Super Bowl 52 victory (first in franchise history).
- Seventh head coach in NFL history to win Super Bowl in his first playoff appearance.
- Three postseason appearances in five seasons.
- Has a 42-37-1 record as Eagles coach.
2. Chip Kelly, 2013-2015
- Led the Eagles to back-to-back 10-win seasons.
- Compiled a 28-35 record.
- Second head coach to win a division title in first NFL season.
- Named Maxwell Club NFL Coach of the Year.
3. Andy Reid, 1999-2012
- Winningest coach in Eagles history with a 130-93-1 record.
- Led the Eagles to nine playoff appearances in 14 seasons.
- Four straight NFC Championship game appearances.
- Coached Philadelphia in Super Bowl 39, a 24-21 loss to the Patriots.
4. Buddy Ryan, 1986-1990
- Coached the Eagles to a 43-35-1 record.
- Led the Birds to the 1988 NFC East title.
- Was the head coach in the infamous fog bowl.
- Coached one of the greatest defenses in Eagles’ history.
5. Dick Vermeil, 1976-1982
- Led Eagles to first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history.
- Compiled a 54-47 record as Eagles coach.
- 1980 squad compiled a 12-4 record; lost to the Raiders in Super Bowl 15.
- Coached the 1978 team to franchise’s first playoff appearance in 18 seasons.
Eagles vs. Cowboys rivalry
The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys is one of the greatest rivalries in all of pro sports. It’s such a big deal whenever these two teams meet that South Jersey and the Philadelphia area refer to it as Dallas Week.
And for good reason. Check out this list of top 10 memorable moments in the Eagles-Cowboys rivalry.
The two franchises are constantly battling it out for NFC East bragging rights. Over four of the last five seasons alone, the two teams have alternated as division champs, with the Eagles claiming the most recent crown in 2019-20.
The teams split the two meetings in 2020.
Overall, this is a rivalry that dates back to the 1960 season. For the trivia buffs out there, the Birds won that meeting 27-25. Philly went on to win the NFL championship that season (before the Super Bowl was a thing).
In total, the Eagles and Cowboys have played each other 124 times, with Dallas holding a 70-54 advantage.
The television networks are well aware of the nationwide following these two storied franchises have, as at least one meeting every season makes the primetime TV schedule. This year it’s Monday Night Football on Sep. 27th.
Eagles stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
The Philadelphia Eagles have called Lincoln Financial Field, or The Linc for short, home since the 2003 season.
It’s located in the South Philadelphia Sports Complex and is walking distance from Citizens Bank Park (Phillies) and the Wells Fargo Center (Sixers and Flyers). And this year, it has a new neighbor in Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia (with a retail sportsbook).
- Name: Lincoln Financial Field
- Address: One Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, PA
- Capacity: 69,594
- Construction cost: $512 million
- Owner: City of Philadelphia
- Operator: Philadelphia Eagles
- Opening date: Aug. 3, 2003
- Eagles’ average attendance: 69,796 fans during the 2021 season
Major events at The Linc
- Three NFC championship games.
- 2019 NHL Winter Classic between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins.
- Location for the annual Army/Navy football games.
Where to stream or listen to Eagles games in NJ
Thanks to the NFL’s national TV contracts, it’s hard to miss a Philadelphia Eagles game. And for Birds fans that’s a pretty big deal, as the team is currently booked for two primetime appearances. CBS, FOX, and NBC are the top over-the-air channels followed by cable bigwigs ESPN, the NFL Network, and Amazon Prime Video.
Fans can listen to the games on the Eagles Radio Network, which includes SportsRadio 94 WIP on he FM dial. Merrill Reese and Mike Quick are back in the booth. Howard Eskin will handle the sideline reporting.
Streaming services are another way to watch. Those apps include:
- Eagles App (in-market only)
- PhiladelphiaEagles.com (in-market only)
- NFL Game Pass
- NFL and Yahoos Sports apps
Where to watch the games live in New Jersey
Want to grab a table at a South Jersey sports bar? Well, after months of waiting and waiting, indoor drinking and dining is back. For those skipping the trip to your Atlantic City casino sportsbook of choice, there are several other options.
Here are four places to consider grabbing a table at this season:
1. Chickie’s and Pete’s Marlton offers a great viewing experience for all NFL football fans. We’re talking 60-plus large-screen TVs (60-inches is the smallest) to enjoy every Eagles (or dare we say Cowboys) game.
- Address: 25 Route 73 (it’s one of several locations around New Jersey)
- Telephone: 856-452-5126
2. Landmark Americana Glassboro is a popular spot to catch the NFL games with more than 40 TVs.
- Address: 1 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro
- Telephone: 856-863-6600
3. PJ Whelihan’s Pub + Restaurant offers an enjoyable game day experience with more than 60 large screen TVs, including some on the covered outdoor patio.
- Address: 1854 E. Marlton Pike, Cherry Hill (there are several other locations around South Jersey)
- Telephone: 856-424-8844
4. Philly Diner and Sport Bar has expanded outdoor seating with a covered patio and rooftop deck along with an outdoor tent area. As far as the Eagles viewing experience goes, there are 40-plus plasma and HDTVs.
- Address: 31 S. Black Horse Pike, Runnemede
- Telephone: 856-939-4322
Philadelphia Eagles FAQ
One. The Birds have made three appearances, but Super Bowl 52 in 2018 marks the one-and-only time the franchise raised the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Let’s just say it was a Philly Special in more ways than one.
Before the Super Bowl, however, the Philadelphia Eagles won three NFL championships in 1948, 1949, and 1960.
Jalen Hurts is once again expected to be the starting QB.
Hurts was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2020 NFL draft. In 19 career starts, he’s 9-10, throwing for 4,205 passing yards with 22 touchdowns to 13 interceptions. He also has 1,138 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns.
Wide receiver Vince Papale made the Eagles roster after new head coach Dick Vermeil held an open tryout in 1976. He went on to play from 1976 to 1978 as wide receiver and special teams.
In 2006, the Disney movie Invincible was released and based loosely on Papale’s story. Mark Wahlberg played the role of Papale while Greg Kinnear played the role of Vermeil.