One of the most wide open playoffs in the history of the NFL is about ready to rock after 17 weeks of arguably the league’s most memorable regular season.
The Philadelphia Eagles will hold the dubiously rare honor of a defending champion being Vegas’ biggest longshot among the field at 33-1 despite Super Bowl 52 hero, Nick Foles, back commandeering an Eagles team who won five out of their final six games to steal the NFC’s final playoff spot.
Directly Preceding the Eagles in the pecking order of Super Bowl longshots are the Colts at 30-1, Seattle 28-1, Dallas 28-1, and Houston at 25-1.
The Los Angeles Chargers are 15-1 and will have to start their long journey to Atlanta on the road in Baltimore, as the 12-4 Chargers will try to become only the seventh Wildcard team in NFL history to win the Super Bowl.
Rookie sensation Lamar Jackson has Baltimore at 13-1, preceded by the Bears at 10-0, New England 6-1, Rams 5-1, Chiefs 9/2, and the Saints a +240 bet at 13/5.