The Seattle Seahawks odds of winning the Super Bowl got shorter, even though they didn’t play last weekend.
Nick Foles has been lights out for the Eagles this season. He’s got a 4-1 record, and thrown 16 touchdowns without an interception since taking over for Michael Vick, while leading the NFL in passer rating.
For the first time in a long time, people are not expecting much from the Philadelphia Phillies.
Rebuilding is the kind word for it, tanking is the word most people use, but they’re both words that indicate one specific thing about this year’s Sixers: they’re going to lose, a lot.
Many have said that the quarterback of the future for the Eagles is not currently on the roster. Nick Foles’ performance against the Cowboys may have driven that point home even further. The official odds agree with the public sentiment.
The NHL season hasn’t even started yet, and Peter Laviolette is on the hot seat.
Chip Kelly mania has swept Philadelphia. An Eagles team who was once considered a success if they went 8-8 and showed improvement, is now a team who fans consider to be the best team in the NFC East. And the change in how the team is viewed is not just a local one.
The final odds are in, and the two favorites to win the Super Bowl couldn’t be led by two more different quarterbacks.
Though the Eagles are expected to be improved under head coach Chip Kelly, they’re still not title contenders, and the odds reflect that.
Online gambling site lists George as the most likely name of the royal baby, at 5/2 odds.
Lebron James said at Wednesday’s media availability that he plans to start Game 7 with the headband, but isn’t sure if he’ll put it back on if it falls off.
Tebow is a favorite to make the Patriots, but unlikely to score more than one touchdown, odds say.
Tiger Woods is the decided favorite to win the US Open, at 9/2 odds.
Spike Eskin takes a crack at what the Las Vegas odds should be for the 2013 Phillies.
Domonic Brown is an 18/1 shot to win the National League MVP award.