Eagles Super Bowl 52 Odds Now at 12-1

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Following their 5-point home victory against the Atlanta Falcons to advance into the NFC Championship game, Philadelphia was listed with 12-1 odds to win Super Bowl 52.  These odds are subject to change and should be locked in quickly.

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Philadelphia moved into the NFC championship game with a 15-10 victory over the Falcons on Saturday.

Falcons Matt Ryan's final pass sailed over Julio Jones' head in the end zone and Philadelphia got the ball back with just over a minute to play.  Once the Eagles made a first down conversion, it was game over.

The Eagles had been among the favorites to win Super Bowl 52 heading into Week 14.  Then it happened: Quarterback Carson Wentz went down and many pundits, oddsmakers included, assumed Philadelphia had little chance of reaching the big game.

The 12-1 odds are some of the longest we have seen all season.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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