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Only two NFC teams have shorter 2021 Super Bowl odds than the Eagles

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Never too early to look ahead.

NFL: Super Bowl LII-Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Super Bowl LIV is over and that means it’s a perfect time to look ahead to next season. DraftKings Sportsbook has already posted odds for the winner of Super Bowl LV in 2021.

The Philadelphia Eagles have the sixth shortest odds at 17/1. If you’re feeling confident enough to put $10 on the Eagles right now, you’d net $170 if you end up being right.

Of course, the 2021 Eagles will look different than the team as it’s currently constructed. There figures to be a lot of change this offseason with key veterans leaving and plenty of new faces being added in free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft. The pressure is on Howie Roseman to improve this roster.

Two big constants working in the Eagles’ favor: Doug Pederson and Carson Wentz. There’s ample reason to feel like that duo is one of the top head coach and quarterback tandems in the league. Their combined presence should give the Eagles a chance to compete for their second Super Bowl win since February 2018.

Only two of the teams with shorter odds than Philadelphia reside in the NFC and none of them are division rivals. The Eagles struggled to handle big expectations for a good chunk of 2019; they’ll have to do better in that regard this time around because the hype isn’t suddenly going away.

Odds to win the 2021 Super Bowl (Super Bowl LV)

Here’s the complete list of odds below:

Kansas City Chiefs — 6/1
Baltimore Ravens — 7/1
San Francisco 49ers — 10/1
New Orleans Saints — 12/1
New England Patriots — 14/1
Philadelphia Eagles — 17/1
Green Bay Packers — 18/1
Dallas Cowboys — 20/1
Minnesota Vikings — 20/1
Seattle Seahawks — 20/1
Los Angeles Rams — 22/1
Pittsburgh Steelers — 22/1
Tennessee Titans — 22/1
Atlanta Falcons — 33/1
Cleveland Browns — 33/1
Houston Texans — 33/1
Buffalo Bills — 35/1
Chicago Bears — 35/1
Indianapolis Colts — 40/1
Denver Broncos — 50/1
Las Vegas Raiders — 50/1
Los Angeles Chargers — 50/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 50/1
Arizona Cardinals —66/1
Carolina Panthers — 66/1
Detroit Lions — 66/1
New York Giants — 66/1
New York Jets — 70/1
Jacksonville Jaguars — 80/1
Cincinnati Bengals — 100/1
Miami Dolphins — 100/1
Washington — 100/1