Philadelphia Eagles Jamaal Jackson Out, Could Hurt Odds

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Don Shapiro
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Philadelphia Eagles Jamaal Jackson Out

The Philadelphia Eagles odds of winning any titles in the post season just got a little grimmer with the announcement that starting center Jamaal Jackson will be out for the season with a torn left ACL.  They enter next week's game against Dallas on the road as a +3 underdog and that one probably has some good value at  Their odds of winning the Super Bowl were at +825 coming into this week with an updated number to be posted later on Tuesday.

Jackson suffered the injury in yesterday's 30-27 victory over the Denver Broncos - the Eagles failed to cover as 7-point favorites.

O-lineman Nick Cole was shifted over from the right guard position to take over for Jackson and although there were some miscues, head coach Andy Reid was satisfied with Cole's play.

"We're fortunate that we have Nick [Cole] here who is a center," Reid told the

"He's on the same page as Donovan [McNabb] with the snap counts and everything."

Philadelphia can clinch the division with a win over Dallas on Sunday in what should be a heavily bet on game. 

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