2023 Philadelphia Eagles schedule, betting odds, and predictions


Eagles 2023 schedule looks manageable as team gears up for Super Bowl run

The Philadelphia Eagles lost a close game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII. The Eagles will now look to finish the job this season. Philadelphia locked Jalen Hurts up with a long-term extension, and the team also added quite a bit of talent in the offseason. The Eagles are the betting favorites to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LVIII heading into this summer, so expectations are high in The City of Brotherly Love. 


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Philadelphia Eagles betting odds

(odds from DraftKings as of May 11, 4:00 p.m. PT)

Season Win Total Odds: 10.5 (-150/+130)
Super Bowl Odds: +800
NFC Champion: +350
NFC East Champion: +105

Last season: 14-3, 1st in NFC East

Key additions: RB Rashaad Penny, RB D’Andre Swift, QB Marcus Mariota, S Terrell Edmunds, CB Greedy Williams, DT Jalen Carter*, LB Nolan Smith*, OL Tyler Steen*, S Sydney Brown*

Key losses: DL Jason Hargrave, S Marcus Epps, S C.J. Gardner-Johnson, RB Miles Sanders, LB Kyzir White, LB T.J Edwards, OT Andre Dillard, OG Isaac Seumalo

* – drafted

2023 Philadelphia Eagles schedule

  • Week 1: @ New England Patriots (PHI -3.5, Total: 46) 
  • Week 2: vs. Minnesota Vikings (PHI -5)
  • Week 3: @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (PHI -6)
  • Week 4: vs. Washington Commanders (PHI -7)
  • Week 5: @ Los Angeles Rams (PHI -4.5)
  • Week 6: @ New York Jets (NYJ -1)
  • Week 7: vs. Miami Dolphins (PHI -2.5)
  • Week 8: @ Washington Commanders (PHI -4)
  • Week 9: vs. Dallas Cowboys (PHI -3)
  • Week 10: BYE WEEK
  • Week 11: @ Kansas City Chiefs (KC -3)
  • Week 12: vs. Buffalo Bills (PHI -1.5)
  • Week 13: vs. San Francisco 49ers (PHI -2.5)
  • Week 14: @ Dallas Cowboys (DAL -1)
  • Week 15: @ Seattle Seahawks (PHI -2)
  • Week 16: vs. New York Giants (PHI -7)
  • Week 17: vs. Arizona Cardinals (PHI -10)
  • Week 18: @ New York Giants (PHI -2.5)

(odds from DraftKings Sportsbook)

Philadelphia Eagles schedule this year

Road games against the Chiefs, Jets, Seahawks and Patriots could trip up the Eagles this year, but they’re going to feel like they should win a few of those games. And the rest of their road games are also winnable, although it’s never easy beating NFC East opponents away from home. But Philadelphia is going to feel good about its chances of winning at least five of its home games this year. Overall, this isn’t the easiest schedule in the world, but it’s also not the hardest. The way it’s laid out also happens to really help the Eagles. They have a real shot at starting the year with a 5-0 record. They also get a bye week before having to face the Chiefs. So, while that’s a tough opponent, Philadelphia will have extra time to prepare. 

Philadelphia Eagles schedule analysis

For more on the Eagles schedule, here’s what Matt Youmans and Wes Reynolds had to say on VSiN Tonight following the NFL’s official release: