After a beatdown of the Cowboys Sunday night, the Eagles remain the most likely team in the NFL to win the Super B... wait, what? The evil empire has taken over? OK, Vegas.
The Patriots (11/4) have passed the Eagles (15/4) and now have the best odds to win the Super Bowl, according to Bovada. However, the Eagles' odds actually improved from the previous week (5/1).
The Patriots (8-2) are riding a six-game winning streak and seem to be back on track after a 2-2 start.
However, Bovada did hilariously troll the rest of the NFC East by taking the divisional odds off the boards.
"Odds for this division are off the board due to the enormous lead of the Eagles," reads the site.
The Eagles' odds to win the NFC also improved from 12/5 to 19/10. That puts them atop the NFC, ahead of the Saints (15/4) and the Vikings (11/2).
Unfortunately, you can't bet on the Jerry Jones vs. Roger Goodell saga. At least not yet.
A week where Villanova barely had to break a sweat has Jay Wright and his Wildcats holding steady in the latest AP poll.
After making quick work of Nicholls St. on Tuesday and then Lafayette Friday evening in Allentown, the 'Cats are the No. 5 team in the land for the second straight week. They moved up from No. 6 last week after leapfrogging now-No.8 Kentucky.
There's an excellent chance things are going to get much trickier for the Wildcats this week as they head to the Bahamas for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament, which starts Wednesday vs. Western Kentucky. But a potential second-round matchup with No. 18 Purdue looms Thursday, as does a potential championship showdown of titanic proportions with No. 2 Arizona on Friday.
But the 'Cats aren't the only team with some AP poll notoriety this week.
Fran Dunphy's 3-0 Temple team received four votes this week after capturing the Charleston Classic crown. The Owls earned the honors with victories over Old Dominion, Auburn and Clemson.
The Owls next game is their first of the season in the Big 5 as they'll travel to Olney to face La Salle on Sunday. The Owls and Wildcats will meet in North Philly on Dec. 13.
Duke was again No. 1 in this week's poll. Arizona leaped to No. 2, Kansas held its ground at No. 3 and Michigan State slipped to No. 4 before Villanova rounded out the top 5.