It's truly amazing how one poor performance can change a team's Super Bowl odds in just a manner of hours.
That's exactly what happened to the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl odds after Nick Foles laid an egg in his squad's meaningless season-ending defeat to the Dallas Cowboys over the weekend. In the 6-0 loss, Foles was a very underwhelming 4 of 11 for just 39 yards and an interception before being yanked for Nate Sudfeld in the first half.
The lackluster performance dropped Philly from 8/1 favorites to win Super Bowl LII just a few days ago to 15/1 today.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars, who haven't made the postseason since 2007, are surprisingly high at 20/1, which is exactly the same odds for last year's NFC champs (Atlanta) and this year's AFC West champions (Kansas City).
Super Bowl Odds Entering Wild Card Weekend
If you're looking for the ultimate long shot to hoist the Lombardi Trophy next month, then look no further than the Titans and Bills who are clocking in at a whopping 100-1 odds.
If conservative is more your style this year, the Patriots remain the biggest odds-on favorite at just 2/1.
You can expect these odds to shift later in the week and on Saturday before the Titans and Chiefs get the playoffs started at 4:20 PM PT on ESPN.
Here are the full Super Bowl odds according to Westgate SuperBook as we enter Wild Card weekend.
|New England Patriots||2/1|
|New Orleans Saints||5/1|
|Los Angeles Rams||12/1|
|Kansas City Chiefs||20/1|