You may be an avid fan of any NFL team, however when it comes to backing any teams to win their upcoming matches or even having a bet on any of them winning the very next Superbowl, you should always bet with your head and not your heart!
In this guide I am going to be looking at some background information and looking at some betting opportunities that are surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles, who if you are blissfully unaware are a team that plays in the East Division of the National Football Conference.
They are based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and their current home field is the Lincoln Financial Field, which when full can comfortably hold some 69,176 fans of the sport.
As for the date that the Philadelphia Eagles were founded, well that was on the 8th of July 1933, and with a unique set of team colours those being midnight green, silver, black and white, they are very easy to spot when out on the field playing.
Their fight song is Fly, Eagles Fly and their mascot is Swoop with the owner being Jeffrey Lurie who has entrusted Doug Pederson as the head coach of the team. As for the nickname of the Philadelphia Eagles there are two of them those being The Birds and The Iggles.
With several home fields having been used over the years, allow me to quickly run through each of them.
The first one they used in 1933 until 1935 was the Baker Bowl, they then played at the Philadelphia Municipal Stadium before moving onto play their home matches at the Connie Mack Stadium which then became the Franklin Field then they moved to the Veterans Stadium and it was in 2003 that they moved to their current home field that being the Lincoln Financial Field.
Philadelphia Eagles NFC Championship Betting
I do know that plenty of sports bettors and especially fans of the Philadelphia Eagles are going to fancy that teams chance of being crowned the champion team in the NFC this season, and if that is something you are convinced they are going to be then you should be checking out the futures betting markets.
When you do make use of those futures betting markets on the NFC Championship long before the season starts, you are going to be offered some above average odds on all the sixteen teams that could win the championship.
Those odds though are going to start to fluctuate wildly as the first few games of the season are played off, and by placing your bets early you could lock in the best value and the highest odds possible, which could end up being way higher than the odds offered once the season begins.
As for just what odds are being offered on teams such as the Philadelphia Eagles to win the NFC Championship this upcoming season, well if you do make use of the futures betting markets you are going to find plenty of betting sites are offering odds of around 7/1 on them doing so.
One betting site that I do feel is worth checking out if you haven’t yet signed up to any such site is BetOnline, for make no mistake about it they are going to be offering you some of the very highest odds available on all teams that could win the NFC Championship this coming season!
Philadelphia Eagles I LIV Odds
By making use of the futures betting markets you are going to be able to place a bet on any NFL team to win the Superbowl LIV and will find the odds being offered to you on those betting markets quite tempting to say the least.
I always do advice our website visitors to check out the futures betting markets at any of our featured and approved online and mobile sportsbooks, for those betting sites and their mobile betting apps are famed for offering higher than average odds on all team in the NFL to win the Superbowl.
The odds you are going to find being offered to you right now at this very early stage of the betting on the Superbowl LIV will of course vary and often vary quite noticeably dependent on just which betting site you check out, however most such sites are offering odds on the Philadelphia Eagles of around 14/1 to win the next Superbowl in 2020.
You can also back any team you fancy each-way too and that will see you getting a winning pay-out if the team you select either wins the Superbowl or makes it to that final game.