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Eagles Odds to Win Super Bowl Will Go From 4-1 to 10-1 With Wentz Injury

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Dec/11/2017

Prior to Week 14, the Philadelphia Eagles were favorites (+200) to win the NFC and carried the second-lowest odds (+500) to win Super Bowl LII at BookMaker.eu. 

If Wentz suffered a season-ending knee injury Sunday, oddsmakers at BookMaker.eu said they would adjust the Eagles’ chances to win the NFC to +400 and the Super Bowl to +1000At 12:30 pm EST Monday, the Eagles confirmed it is indeed a torn ACL and he will miss the remainder of this season.

Regarding the weekly odds for Philadelphia, there would be a 3- to 4-point dropoff in terms of value to the spread between Wentz and Nick Foles.

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Since 1998, the Patriots are 11-3 against Pittsburgh.

Over the last four years, New England is 4-0 straight up and 3-0-1 against the spread against the Steelers, averaging 36.5 points during that stretch.

With the Pats still to play Monday night, the Week 15 matchup is off the board. If there are no major injuries Monday, BookMaker.eu will open the Patriots as 2- to 3-point favorites.

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The Rams opened as 1.5-point favorites at Seattle in Week 15.

This marks just the second time since 1985 that the Rams have been favored on the road against the Seahawks (1/2/11, 9/10/00). Early action on the home team has moved the spread to a pick ‘em.

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Prior to Week 15, San Francisco had not been favored all season. The 49ers opened as 1-point favorites at home against the Titans, and became the last NFL team to be favored in a game this year.

Early action has come on the Niners, moving the spread to -2.

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The surging Jaguars were tagged with their largest spread in the last 10 years. On December 23, 2007, they were 14-point chalk against the Oakland Raiders.

Jacksonville is favored by 13 points hosting Houston this week. Early action is on Houston, moving the spread to -12.

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NFL Week 15 Opening Odds

Broncos at Colts (+1.5, 41.5)

Bears at Lions (-7, 44)

Chargers at Chiefs (-1, 46)

Eagles at Giants (OFF)

Packers at Panthers (OFF)

Bengals at Vikings (-10, 41)

Dolphins at Bills (OFF)

Texans at Jaguars (-13, 40)

Jets at Saints (OFF)

Cardinals at Redskins (-6, 44)

Ravens at Browns (OFF)

Rams at Seahawks (+1.5, 48)

Patriots at Steelers (OFF)

Titans at 49ers (PK, 44.5)

Cowboys at Raiders (+1, 45)

Falcons at Buccaneers (+5, 47.5)

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