The Eagles Super Bowl odds are the shortest they’ve been all season, and deservedly so.
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This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Philadelphia Eagles. Cleaning up the mess of the last two seasons, which saw just 12 wins combined, two disappointing drafts, and a bad taste in the mouth of every fan.
Chip Kelly is an offensive mastermind, but his affect on defense and fundamentals can’t be overlooked.
Despite their record, the Vikings have remained competitive throughout much of the season and Eagles Linebacker DeMeco Ryans says the players aren’t taking the Vikings lightly.
Sports Illustrated has a long history of cover stories that end in disaster for the players and teams being featured.
The stories of the Sports Illustrated Jinx are many. Players that find themselves on the cover of the legendary magazine have a habit of failure in the immediate future after the issue comes out.
If being on the cover of Sports Illustrated is still considered a jinx, the Eagles don’t have a quarterback who can escape it.
The Eagles are still an unproven team with a second-year quarterback and a first-year head coach leading the charge. That does not mean Nick Foles and Chip Kelly are necessarily incapable of turning the world upside down and sending a parade down Broad Street, but this is still very much an uphill battle. There is much work to be done this season.
The Eagles are alone in first place in the NFC East, but the players insist their focus is on Minnesota.