The 2019 Philadelphia Eagles season came to an end against the Seattle Seahawks that didn't really install much confidence that the team as currently constituted could win much of anything in the postseason.

But that's what Howie Roseman and the offseason is for. Apparently, oddsmakers have more confidence that Howie and his cohorts can improve the current squad and make them a title contender in 2020.

While Super Bowl LIV is still a few weeks away down in Miami, oddsmakers at The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas have released their opening lines for next year's Super Bowl champion. There are only 7 teams who the oddsmakers like more than the Birds to win Super Bowl LV, via CBS Sports' Will Brinson. The game will be played in Tampa, Florida.

Kansas City Chiefs: 7-1
San Francisco 49ers: 8-1
Baltimore Ravens: 8-1
New Orleans Saints: 10-1
New England Patriots: 12-1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 12-1
Dallas Cowboys: 16-1
Philadelphia Eagles: 20-1
Green Bay Packers: 20-1
Seattle Seahawks: 20-1
Tennessee Titans: 30-1
Los Angeles Rams: 30-1
Cleveland Browns: 30-1
Chicago Bears: 30-1
Los Angeles Chargers: 30-1
Indianapolis Colts: 30-1
Houston Texans: 30-1
Minnesota Vikings: 30-1
Buffalo Bills: 40-1
Atlanta Falcons: 40-1
Las Vegas Raiders: 40-1
Denver Broncos: 60-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 60-1
New York Jets: 60-1
Arizona Cardinals: 80-1
New York Giants: 80-1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 80-1
Detroit Lions: 80-1
Carolina Panthers: 100-1
Cincinnati Bengals: 100-1
Miami Dolphins: 100-1
Washington Redskins: 100-1


Philly fans will surely notice who is right above the Eagles in the list: the hated Dallas Cowboys at 16-1 to win the Super Bowl. That would lend me to believe these numbers are weighted a bit in terms of certain fanbases with bigger bases driving numbers shorter than they really should be based on talent alone.

The top of the list makes a lot of sense, however, with the Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, and Baltimore Ravens, and New Orleans Saints being pretty tight as the favorites to win it all next season.

There's also some delight in the odds given to the New York Giants and Washington Redskins, a hefty 80-1 and 100-1, respectively. It's always nice to count on the Redskins stinking.