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Bet The Eagles To Win The Super Bowl And Earn 10 to 1

NFL News - August 26th, 2009 - Written by Jimmy

The Philadelphia Eagles charge into the 2009 NFL season looking to build upon the success of last year's team. Reaching the NFC Championship just wasn't enough for Andy Reid and crew, and the Eagles plans for the 2010 NFL postseason are sure to be grandiose. Had the Eagles not run into Arizona, who was the hottest league at the time, they would have more than likely made it to the big game.

Last year was last year, and this year is this year. Before the Eagles embark on their journey to land in Miami come February, sports bettors are making the most of their time, and getting into online sports betting sites and placing wagers. The Philadelphia Eagles is among the most bet teams in the NFL, and it really is no wonder when looking at their roster, along with the 10 to 1 odds they're getting to win Super Bowl XLIV. Bodog has had lines posted on the 2009 Eagles season for months, as they have with the other 31 NFL teams, but now we're reaching crunch time. The time to make these bets is before the season begins, roughly 8 days from now.

Back to lead the Eagles are Head Coach, Andy Reid, and Quarterback Donovan McNabb. The Eagles also get Brian Westbrook back from injury and continue to build upon the young talent in LeSean McCoy, DeSean Jackson, and rookie WR Jeremy Maclin. There is no question that the Eagles could be Super Bowl contenders but the question of "Where does Michael Vick fit into this team?" still hangs in the air.

Gone this year are ex-defensive coordinator, Jim Johnson, who passed away during the off-season from cancer. If losing their defensive mastermind wasn't enough, the Eagles also saw veteran safety, and defensive leader Brian Dawkins go to Denver. If the Eagles have a weak spot, it may very well be their defense, which is shocking. The secondary should still be fairly solid with players such as Asante Samuel and Ellis Hobbs guarding the corners.

The Eagles open up Week 1 at Carolina which could be a major test for them. Unfortunately, the Eagles early schedule doesn't help them much, nor does their divisional schedule versus the rest of the NFC East. Regardless if they win their division or not, the Eagles will most likely be looking at a Wild Card berth at the worst. Don't miss the season opener against the Panthers on Sunday, September 13th, 2009.

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